Steilacoom Farmers Market
This is a snapshot of some things happening at the Steilacoom Farmer's Market this week.|
This week (July 16), we will have our second cat adoption day. The Lakewood Cat Rescue group will have kitties there for people to see and they will be available for adoption. There is a pet food company sponsoring them and the company will be handing out samples and discussing their products for dogs and cats.
It looks like the heat will preclude several of our very important "sweets" vendors from participating. Unfortunately, their products tend to melt when it gets real hot! They will be back when the weather cools somewhat. However, Mama's Bakery with her baked goods; Oh, Fudge, with her delicious pies and other goodies; Wanna Cupcake with their gourmet cupcakes in an air conditioned van, will be there as usual.
This week, the Pierce County Public Works department will be discussing recycling and other county concerns.
If you are interested in information about being a vendor or volunteering to help with the market operations, please Contact Mike Guerber via email, Click Here or by telephone at 253.581.1912.
The 2014 Market Guidelines and Application has been posted. Please click on the links to the left.
"There's nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer." ~ Col. James Doolittle.
Wednesdays 3:00 - 7:00 p.m., 11 June - 27 August 2014|
Located on the Multi-Purpose tennis courts next to Steilacoom Town Hall
We will be accepting Senior and WIC FMNP coupons at the market this year.
We are partnering with the Bread of Life Food Bank.
Come enjoy the market from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Stay for the Summer Concert beginning at 6:30 p.m.
2014 STEILACOOM SUMMER CONCERT SERIES|
Pioneer Park, 1700 Commercial Street, Steilacoom, WAm 98388
Michael Powers (Smooth Jazz)|
Darren Motamedy (Smooth Jazz)
Joey Jewel & The Swinging Orchestra (Sinatra In The Sands)
Randy Linder (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Just Hook Me Up Band (Variety Jazz Quartet)
The market committee has worked hard on meeting a vendor ratio goal of at least 50% of total vendors being Washington State farm products. There will certainly be other vendors (crafts, processed goods, flowers) as well as Steilacoom based community groups, but the main focus will remain on the farm products.