Queen Anne Farmers Market looking for input

Posted on February 29th, 2012 by Editor


The Queen Anne Farmers Market is looking for input from the community.

An Advisory Committee has been working for the past 6 months on the issue of helping make the Queen Anne Farmers Market economically sustainable for the long term. Please come and hear about polling results, how the market has grown, future projections, and ideas to make our community market even better! This will be an opportunity for you to give feedback to the proposed plan and share your own ideas.

The community meeting is Tuesday, March 13th from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Seattle Church of Christ community room (2555 8th Ave W).

For more information about this meeting, please contact Scott Smith, Heather Trim or Karen Selander.


  • Arossman

    Is there a way to send feedback if you are not able to attend the meeting?

  • Arossman

    Is there a way to send feedback if you are not able to attend the meeting?

  • Geeky Swedes

    I’m sure you could email your feedback to the three individuals listed above.

  • Geeky Swedes

    I’m sure you could email your feedback to the three individuals listed above.

  • Bob

    Has anyone else seen any notification to the community of the times and locations of Advisory Committee meetings?

    Because of the participation and support of the City, the Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public but, so far as I know, there hasn’t been any attempt to inform the community so people could attend and see what the Market’s challenges are and how they were being addressed.

    Have there been any progress reports up to now?

  • Bob

    Has anyone else seen any notification to the community of the times and locations of Advisory Committee meetings?

    Because of the participation and support of the City, the Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public but, so far as I know, there hasn’t been any attempt to inform the community so people could attend and see what the Market’s challenges are and how they were being addressed.

    Have there been any progress reports up to now?


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