Skinny Kitty Farms pops up for the Queen Anne Farmers Market this Thursday

From our friends at the Queen Anne Farmers Market:

qafm-skinny-kitty-farmsIf you are counting down the days until the 2017 market season, we have a treat for you: Skinny Kitty Farms will be setting up shop on Queen Anne this Thursday, November 3rd, from 3pm-6pm to fill your pantry.

They will be bringing:

  • Winter Squash
  • Onions
  • Potatoes
  • Kale — Red Russian, Spigariello, Green and Scarlet Curly
  • Mustard Greens
  • Cabbage
  • Dry Beans — Black and Pinto
  • Apples — Kings, Crispins (early and late crops too), Akane, Shazuka, and a fall medley
  • EGGS (limited supply, 1st come, 1st served; sorry no reservations)
  • Heritage Chickens
  • Whole Ducks

It’s about time for holiday parties, so they also have some great farm-made gifts for your hosts or guests:

  • Apple Sauce
  • Apple Cider
  • Plum Conserve
  • Apple Jam

They will be parked in the same area as the market, but will not have a tent up. Look for their bright yellow and white van. David and Bonnie will be there to help you find just what you need.

If this first pop-up is a success, they will continue to come down the first Thursday of every month until the market opens. You should never be without access to your farm-fresh produce and goods, so let’s help them as they support us.

Last market day of the season: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendors

qafm-orange-beetsIt’s the last market day of the season! Although it is soggy outside, the Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7pm to fill your market needs one last time this season.

Even if you can’t make today’s market, be sure to fill out the QAFM survey, so the team behind the market can plan ahead for next year.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

Every Thursday: farm & food vendors can be found here

Event Tent: Queen Bee Cafe, in partnership with Aegis Living, will be serving up delicious crumpets and coffee (perfect for a rainy October day). It all starts around 3:00pm.

Coat Drive:  The Coat Drive for the Queen Anne Helpline is in its 3rd year. Last year it collected over 160 coats and are hoping to break that record this year. A collection bin will also be at the Queen Anne Farmers Market today from 3:00pm-7:00pm.

Musical Guest: Seattle-based Billy Brandt w/the Thing & the Stuff Band is the latest top contender in the groove tradition. His music seems unconcerned with popular trends, just committed to excellence in musical execution. Billy’s lyrics adroitly use simple stories to tell tales of desire and daily spiritual truths, his songs bringing back a jazzy authenticity to modern songs about city living.

New & Rotating Food Trucks: Girls Gone BBQ, Buns, Mangia Me, Grilled Cheese Experience, Bean Fish Taiyaki

Winery: Cinq Cellars

Make your plans now. The last Queen Anne Farmers Market of the season is today, Thursday, October 14th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s market day: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendor

qafm-orange-beetsIt’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7pm to fill your market needs.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

Every Thursday: farm & food vendors can be found here

Event Tent: Canlis Executive Chef Brady Williams hosts a chef demo starting around 5:30pm.

Musical Guest: Clallam County, 5pm-7pm, “Seattle’s Slowest Rising Folk Group” has been performing together throughout Washington for 36 years, playing a unique blend of original, traditional and sometimes delusional folk/roots/American acoustic music.

Community Tent: Voter Registration – register to vote or update your address.

New & Rotating Food Trucks: Girls Gone BBQ, Lazarus Naturals, Toste Sandwiches

Winery: Wilridge Winery

Make your plans now. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, September 29th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s market day: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendors

QAFM instagram 073015It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. What better way to greet Fall than a sunny afternoon at the Queen Anne Farmers Market? Remember, Fall hours are in effect, which means you need to get to QAFM between 3pm and 7pm to fill your market needs.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

Every Thursday: farm & food vendors can be found here

Musical Guest: Blues & folk from busker PK Dwyer, 5pm-7pm

Event Tent:  Kids’ Extravaganza featuring coloring sheets, scavenger hunt, stickers, and much more, the fun starts at 5pm

New & Rotating Food Trucks: Girls Gone BBQ, Got Soup?, Toste 

Winery: Stomani Cellars

Make your plans now. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, September 22nd, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s market day: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendors

QAFM Tomatoes cropIt’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market has new Fall hours, so it’ll be open for business at 3pm and closing up shop a little earlier at 7pm.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

Every Thursday: farm & food vendors can be found here

Event Tent:  How To Cook A Wolf returns for another cooking demonstration. At 5pm Chef David Glass demos a tomato bruschetta with ricotta.

New & Rotating Food Trucks: BUNS, Mangia Me,  Got Soup?, Toste 

Winery: Lopez Island Winery

Make your plans now. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, September 15th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s market day: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendors

qafm-orange-beetsIt’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7pm to fill your market needs.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

Every Thursday: farm & food vendors can be found here

Event Tent: Canlis Executive Chef Brady Williams hosts a chef demo starting around 5:30pm.

Musical Guest: Clallam County, 5pm-7pm, “Seattle’s Slowest Rising Folk Group” has been performing together throughout Washington for 36 years, playing a unique blend of original, traditional and sometimes delusional folk/roots/American acoustic music.

Community Tent: Voter Registration – register to vote or update your address.

New & Rotating Food Trucks: Girls Gone BBQ, Lazarus Naturals, Toste Sandwiches

Winery: Wilridge Winery

Make your plans now. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, September 29th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.