Thursday, May 17, 2018

Shopping our local farmers markets and the bags to bring it all home in


I'm loving our warmer weather, and am looking forward to shopping at our local farmers markets this summer. I'm also loving all the unique and pretty straw tote bags that are so popular now. These make great farmers market shopping bags - they are super cute and functional, as well as being eco friendly, which is perfect, as I am making a big effort on cutting down on our plastic consumption this year.

French Baskets on Etsy

The Woven Basketry on Etsy



Amazon

I think it’s so important to support small business owners because I know how much of their heart and soul they pour into their products, that's why I try to shop locally whenever I can. Even on the mega site Amazon, you can find products sold by small business owners. 

Whatever you use for your market shopping, I hope you enjoy the best our local farmers have to offer at one of these farmers market. 





SATURDAY
MAGNOLIA 10 - 2 JUNE - OCTOBER
33rd Avenue W and W McGraw Street 
UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 9 - 2 YEAR-ROUND
NE 50th and University Way

SUNDAY
BALLARD 10 - 3 YEAR-ROUND
Ballard Avenue NW - between 20th NW and 22nd NW
CAPITOL HILL 11 - 3 YEAR-ROUND
Seattle Central Community College - Broadway and Pine

WEDNESDAY
COLUMBIA CITY 3 - 7 MAY - OCTOBER
37th Ave S and S Edmunds Street
WALLINGFORD 3:30 - 7 MAY - SEPTEMBER
Meridian Avenue and N 50th Street

THURSDAY
LAKE CITY 3 - 7 JUNE - OCTOBER
NE 125th Street and 28th Avenue NE
QUEEN ANNE 3 - 7:30 JUNE - OCTOBER
W Crockett Street and Queen Anne Avenue N

FRIDAY
MADRONA 3 - 7 MAY - SEPTEMBER
Martin Luther King Blvd and E Union Street
PHINNEY 3:30 - 7:30 JUNE - SEPTEMBER
N 67th Street and Phinney Avenue N 





Until next time,

la chasse au bonheur (and bon app├ętit)





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