SUNDAY: Pathfinder K-8’s famous handmade wreaths return

If you’re going to The Junction tomorrow for the Farmers’ Market and/or other shopping – look for the return of some of West Seattle’s most popular handmade decorations! If you haven’t already seen it in our Holiday Guide, here’s the announcement:

Pathfinder K-8 PTSA is holding our 27th annual wreath fundraiser to benefit outdoor education at Pathfinder K-8 School. After a 2-year hiatus we’re so excited to announce we’re back selling Door Decor – wreaths and other holiday swag – at The Junction (next to Wells Fargo) during Farmers Market days December 4th, 11th, and 18th. Everything is 100% unique and made from foraged materials from our yards and tree lots (thank you, Trees by the Sea on Alki!). This year’s selection will be some of our best! For more info:

Have a hot lead on fallen branches or other supplies we can use in our creations? Email and

Thank you for supporting the kids at Pathfinder School!

1 Reply to "SUNDAY: Pathfinder K-8's famous handmade wreaths return"

  • Kathleen December 4, 2022 (9:29 pm)

    Hi Everyone, It’s Kathleen from Pathfinder K-8 PTSA! Just wanted to say THANK YOU to the community for coming out and supporting us at the Farmers Market today. All the proceeds from out program go to the Pathfinder Outdoor Education program, we want kids active and outdoors. We had so much today and are so grateful for the opportunity to connect with the community. If you didn’t make it by, we’ll be back next week. Also, just a quick note. Someone today said she heard the wreaths and swag were made by the kids and I misspoke and said, “They’re made by the parents,” which isn’t 100% true. My daughter made 2 wreaths that were sold at the market today. She was super proud. 

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