Opening Day and Food Truck Event at Lake Forest Park Farmers Market Sunday

Monday, May 2, 2016

Get your Mother's Day flowers
at the LFP Farmers Market

On May 8, otherwise known as Mother’s Day, the Lake Forest Park Farmers Market opens for its 12th season. Bringing together farmers from around the state and many local food processors, who source their materials locally, we celebrate community and sustainability every week through the summer season!

This season, we are opening the market with a couple treats. First, we have invited several local garden artists to join us for the spring. From yard art like blooming glass flowers to cedar planter boxes and so much more, there are plenty of beautiful treats to take home with your fresh veggies. Second, we have invited 10 local Food Trucks to join us for a Opening Day extravaganza!

Our Food Truck lineup includes Buns on Wheels, Nosh, Chopstix, Gzi Box, Jemil’s Big Easy, Hot Revolution Donuts, Taco La Flaca and many more! Stop by and enjoy breakfast treat, lunch or dinner with them while you shop at the market. In honor of Mother’s Day, the Food Trucks will stay after the market ends.

For those of you who love our market, we welcome back some of our favorite vendors on opening day including Wilson Fish, Garden Treasures, Bautista Farm, Collins Family Orchards, Firefly Fermented Veggies, Blue Cottage Jams, Pete’s Perfect Toffee, Doll House Baked Goods, Cha New Life, five wonderful flower vendors making bouquets special for Mothers Day, plus so many more! 

Finally, if you don’t feel like eating at a food truck, check out our regular ready to eat vendors Drummin’ Up Wontons, Patty Pan, Seattle Pops, Kettle Corn, and too many to list here.

The market is open from 10-3 every Sunday from May 8 through October 16. With more farmers arriving every week, we will be celebrating the season for weeks to come. Hope to see you at the market!

--Christina Martin


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