Arts and Crafts coming to the MLT Farmer's Market

The Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market offers locally grown farm fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, honey, vinegars, ice cream, kettle corn, plants and other local farm products on Thursdays from 3-7 p.m.

Market organizers are planning two Arts and Crafts events during the season to add to the fun on market day. The first is scheduled for Thursday, August 19 and the other will be held Thursday, September 30 leading into the Arts of the Terrace Juried Arts Show held at the Mountlake Terrace Library on October 1, 2 and 3.

Sponsored by the Mountlake Terrace Business Association, the market is located on 58th Avenue between the corner of 232nd Street SW and the entrance to the Civic Campus. There is plenty of nearby parking.

Shoppers can enjoy the enticing aroma of fresh berries, kettle corn, and the Red Onion grill as they select the best ears of fresh corn, beans, summer squash, and fresh basil. One vendor from Yakima says they will be bringing in nearly 100 varieties of colorful peppers.

Shop the Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market on Thursdays, and enjoy the atmosphere, stated Don Andrews, MLTBA President. Visitors can run by after work, grab a quick bite to eat and shop for their fresh garden produce, flowers, and farm products for the week.

You can find more information about the Mountlake Terrace Farmer’s Market here.

  1. Last night was my idea of a perfect evening in Terrace. I got home early and walked the puppy over to Veteran’s park. We waited for my partner at the Park and Ride and walked back through that lovely park and over to the Farmer’s Market where we bought organic veggies, a lovely wedge of cake from Happy Cakes, and sliders to go from Red Onion. We strolled back home and enjoyed the bounty, and a nicely tired out puppy.

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