Farmers Market Begins Wed 5/7

Next Wednesday marks the start of the 2014 Columbia City Farmers Market. Held every Wednesday from May through October (3-7pm on Edmunds, next to Columbia Park), this year’s Farmers Market offers a number of new vendors, food, and special events:

On opening day farmers’ tables will be piled high with spring greens, bouquets, plcolumbia-city-farmers-market-e1370454623166ant starts for your garden, asparagus,  cow and goat cheese, fresh eggs, wild-caught salmon, pastured meats, baked goods, delicious prepared foods, and much more.  Columbia City’s favorites will be back: Whistling Train Farm, Columbia City Bakery, Rockridge Orchards, Alvarez Organic Farm, Loki Fish, Tieton Farm and Creamery and Tonnemaker Orchards.

Special Events 2014:

New Vendors:

  •  Lowercase Brewing with beer out of South Park on the last Wednesday of the month
  • Southpaw Bakery- a Beacon Hill start-up with sourdough bread
  • Seattle Pops with delicious artisan popsicles
  • That Brown Girl Cooks with black-eyed pea hummus
  • Starvation Alley with organic cranberry juice and cranberries
  • Meloui Moroccan Street Food
  • Kiss My Grits with southern classics like shrimp and grits

The Columbia City Farmers Market is every Wednesday, 3 pm- 7 pm, starting May 7, at the corner of Edmunds and 37th.   Chef Hour 2-3 PM before the public market- chefs please check in with Manager before you start shopping. The Columbia City Farmers Market accepts SNAP, WIC, and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Coupons. This year we will also have Fresh Bucks bonus for shoppers using EBT at the starting on May 7th!

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