This Week’s Activities Include:
Live music: David Johnson (Rock) from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Will Frantz (Rock/Alt) from 5-7 p.m.
Feature Sponsor: Swedish/Edmonds Hospital
Health Education Booth: Swedish/Edmonds Nutrition Department featuring Cherries: They’re the talk of the market and a favorite summer treat. Do you ever wonder what the benefits of consuming cherries are? Swedish/Edmonds nutrition department dietitians will be on-hand providing food samples and discussing the nutritional value of cherries.
Featured Non-Profit: Solarize South County – Have you ever thought about putting solar panels on your rooftop? With support from Snohomish PUD and local non-profit Northwest SEED, your neighbors are preparing to launch a solar group purchase campaign for homeowners in Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace. The campaign features a group-buy program that provides a streamlined process for residents and small businesses to purchase solar systems for a discounted price. Participants learn how solar works in South Snohomish County, how it is installed, what tax and production incentives are available to bring the price down, and how low-interest financing can spread out the cost.
Citizen Engagement hosted Councilmember Ian Cotton, 5-6:45 p.m.
Free WIFI provided by Frontier Communications
The Market will feature 30 vendors including farmers (fresh fruits, vegetables, and berries), food processors (ice cream, pasta), Specialty items (honey, organic meats), artisan crafters and ready-to-eat food vendors. For a full schedule and description of vendors, visit the Farmers Market Vendor webpage.
Shoppers are encouraged to walk, bike, bus or carpool to Wilcox Park. It’s an easy walk from the Lynnwood Transit Center, Recreation Center or Cedar Valley Elementary School. For drivers, there is free parking in the north parking lot at Wilcox Park and at Cedar Valley Elementary School. The main parking lot of Wilcox Park off 196th St SW is reserved for ADA parking from 3-5 p.m. and open to general shoppers after 5 p.m.. The main lot driveway will be a controlled access point; drivers with ADA placards are encouraged to have them prominently displayed in their windshields as they arrive. View Area Parking Map.
For more information on the Lynnwood Farmers Market and upcoming weekly special activities, visit” www.LynnwoodFarmersMarket.com.