Soft opening of Shoreline Farmers Market draws large crowds

Monday, June 18, 2012

Updated 6-18-2012 4:25pm
Shoreline resident Else Hansen and
Shoreline Councilmember Shari Winstead
Photo by Jerry Pickard
An estimated 2,000 shoppers went through the Market like a tsunami at the soft opening of the Shoreline Farmers Market, sweeping flowers, vegetables, and other food out of the booths.

The Grateful Bread sold out
Photo by Jerry Pickard
Before the day was over, the meat, flowers, berries, and bread were sold out.

Jersey's was serving lunch
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Still, shoppers had several choices of ready-to-eat food, such as Jersey's, and music from the Sublime Six, and buskers Dynamite Limbo, and other booths to choose from.

Shorecrest string sextet plays for the shoppers
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Buskers Dynamite Limbo - Chris Yates and Nick Backer
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Delicately Sweet Confections
Photo by Jerry Pickard

The Market will be open every Saturday, from 10am to 3pm, with the official Grand Opening on June 30.

Assembly of Dog animal treats
Photo by Jerry Pickard

The J Project Clothing.  WSU grad Jaime Marie bought this bus and converted it into a mobile boutique to sell her clothing and jewelry creations.

The most unique "booth" at the Market
Photo by Jerry Pickard


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