DUVALL FARMERS MARKET RETURNS MAY 5TH
Duvall Farmers Market returns for the 2016 season on Thursday May 5 from 3-7 PM. The market runs each Thursday from 3-7 PM through October 12, on Brown St. between Ring and Richardson. Several new vendors will join our familiar vendors who return year after year. Cherry Valley Elementary Band and Choir will perform on opening day at 4:15 PM.
Local seasonal produce vendors include Cha New Life from the Snoqualmie Valley just north of Duvall, and River Willow Farm from the valley south of Duvall. Ayala Family Farm brings fruits and vegetables from the Yakima Valley, and Rainy Sunday Farm will be joining us from the Skykomish Valley in June. Martin Family Orchards provides a broad variety of orchard fruits from Orondo, WA, and Hayton Berry Farm will come from the Skagit Valley when the strawberries are ripe, and bring a full variety of berries throughout the season.
Arlyn's Floral Design will offer fresh flower bouquets grown in Carnation. We are pleased to have Hex Honey back this season with fresh raw honey and distilled lavender essential oil and lavender water from their farm in Monroe. Cherry Valley Dairy will return with butter and award winning cheeses from their dairy herd on Cherry Valley Rd. Marzolf Meats will be bringing steaks and other fresh meats, along with Porterâ€™s Pride raw diet pet food.
Joe and Kathy will return with old fashioned traditional bakery goods from Georgia's Bakery. A new addition to the market is Flourless Goodies, gluten free treats for the sweet tooth. Wine tasting will be available from Cedar Ridge Winery and Piccola Cellars, who will alternate weeks with finely crafted local wines. Cremazen Coffee Roasters will provide fresh roasted coffee by the pound.
For a hot meal, 314 Pie offers tasty traditional Australian style meat and vegetable pot pies. We warmly welcome Pompeii Pizza with wood fired pizza made fresh on site.
Regular artisan vendors with unique handcrafts include handmade soaps and bath items from Heavenly Soaps, beaded jewelry and knit hats from Martin Robinson Productions, hand thrown pottery from Debbie BB Art, woven baskets from Yarn Mountain Designs, and hand spun wool and hand crafted wool items from CH Wool. Also featured intermittently during the season will be beaded jewelry from Mt. Forest Beadery, and fine hand crafted furniture from local woods and appliqued pillows from Married Merchants Folkart.