Scene in Edmonds: Museum treats market vendors to breakfast

Vendors at the Edmonds Museum Summer Market enjoyed breakfast and time to socialize a bit prior to the market opening Saturday morning. The vendor recognition breakfast, put on by museum volunteers, included quiche, pound cake, coffee and fresh fruit.
Vendors at the Edmonds Historic Museum-sponsored Summer Market enjoyed breakfast and time to socialize prior to the market opening Saturday morning. The vendor recognition breakfast, put on by volunteers inside the museum, included quiche, pound cake, fresh fruit and coffee.
Margaret and Mike Wilcox, museum volunteers who have been working with market vendors for 18 years, replenish the food supply.
Margaret and Mike Wilcox, museum volunteers who have been working with market vendors for the past 18 years, replenish the food supply. In past years,  the museum provided cake, cookies and other goodies to recognize vendors, but last year began the more formal practice of hosting a breakfast, Margaret said.
Vincent Keele of Hurrikayn Natural Soaps mulls over the breakfast choices.
Vincent Keele of Hurrikayn Natural Soaps mulls over the breakfast choices.
Museum volunteer Wanda Pederson serves quiche.
Museum volunteer Wanda Pederson serves quiche.
Jeff xxx, owner, has been driving from his home in Bellngham for the past four years to participate in the Edmonds summer market. Here, he visits with his mother, Sue, who is helping with the booth while she visits from Arizona this summer.
Jeff Veltman, owner of JV Woodworks, has been driving from his home in Bellingham for the past four years to sell his creations at the Edmonds summer market. Here, he visits with his mother, Sue Veltman, who helps with the booth while she visits from Arizona. “People ask me all the time, ‘Doesn’t Bellingham have a farmers market?’ and I answer, ‘Yes, it does,'” Veltman says. “But Edmonds is a special place.”

One Reply to “Scene in Edmonds: Museum treats market vendors to breakfast”

  1. Isn’t it just like wonderful Edmonds to do such a thoughtful thing!!!! Another reason to be happy and proud to live here.

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