Photo: LFP Farmers Market goes undercover to defy the weather

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Third Place Commons handed out info and greeted visitors

Photos by Jerry Pickard

The area was back to typical May weather - a little chilly, overcast, and drizzly rain - for the Sunday Farmers Market in Lake Forest Park.

Volunteers and shoppers did not seem daunted and the show went on.

As promised, the Arts Council was under its Big Yellow Tent, sharing information about all the summer activities sponsored by the Council.

The newly-sheared alpacas might have had the worst of it - but their ancestors come from the high Andes, so these guys probably were happy to get rid of their winter coats.

The Lake Forest Park Farmers Market - with vegetables, plants, ready to eat food, buskers - and alpacas - is every Sunday from 9am to 3pm on the lower level of Town Center in Lake Forest Park at the intersection of Bothell Way and Ballinger Way.


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