Another weekly produce stand launching in West Seattle: Delridge Grocery’s Friday Farmstand

Starting next Friday, another farmstand plans weekly sales of fresh produce in West Seattle – this one, announced today by the future Delridge Grocery:

Exciting news! Our Friday Farmstand launches this week! Finally – fresh, local, sustainable fruits and vegetables in Delridge!

Come by every Friday all summer:
5435 Delridge Way SW
Two doors south of the library, across the street from our future full-service grocery location

Celebrate our launch this Friday, July 18th, with free lemonade at the farmstand, and a fun comedy event afterward from 8-12 at the Skylark!

Want to be more involved?

Volunteer and take home free produce! Help run the produce stand and take home some leftovers! It’s easy and fun, and we’ll provide training. Sign up for volunteer shifts online.

Join the Canning Club!
Do you like canning pickles and jams to save for the winter? Join Friday Farmstand Canning Club and get first crack and discount prices on bulk quantities of leftover produce! To sign up, e-mail Farmstand Manager Ariana at with your name and phone number. You must be available to pickup produce after the farmstand, at 7:30 on Fridays.

Delridge Grocery, which has its roots in the Delridge Produce Cooperative effort launched five years ago, is working toward opening a co-op grocery store in the commercial space of the Cottage Grove Commons building at 5444 Delridge Way SW.

2 Replies to "Another weekly produce stand launching in West Seattle: Delridge Grocery's Friday Farmstand"

  • chas redmond July 12, 2014 (8:49 pm)

    Delridge Grocery Coop also has a booth at the entrance to the GreenLife area of Summerfest – the parking lot at the end of the block next to Sleepless in Seattle right on California Ave. They are answering questions, providing a good look at their coop model and signing up new members and taking names of those who want to be kept informed. Drop by Sunday to speak to Delridge Grocery Coop folks in person.

  • Fishmonster5 July 12, 2014 (10:14 pm)

    Where will the produce for the farmstand come from? Will it be sourced from local producers and be similar to the farmers market?

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