West Seattle Farmers’ Market tomorrow: Music; new farmer; sewing

February 19, 2011 at 5:51 pm | In West Seattle Farmers' Market, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Every time we stop by the West Seattle Farmers’ Market on Sunday and see live music, we’ve wished it had been announced ahead of time so we could have mentioned it here. Tonight – there’s advance notice! Great news for an expected-to-be-sunny Sunday market – market manager Catherine Burke sends word that tomorrow they’ll have “folksy MOZO music, a Tool Library demo and a new farmer, Silver Springs Creamery (fresh cow and goat milk!)” A tweet from the West Seattle Tool Library itself elaborates on the demonstration: Sewing machines making produce bags. As always, year-round, the WS Farmers’ Market is at 44th/Alaska.

2 Comments

  1. I love Rockridge’s hot apple cider. Yum.

    Comment by kate — 7:26 pm February 19, 2011 #

  2. I know some tools!

    Comment by Irukandji — 8:50 pm February 19, 2011 #

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