What’s at Edmonds Museum Garden Market this week? Everything you need for Mother’s Day

The sun will be shining, and our vendors will be setting up on Bell Street for our annual Edmonds Museum Garden Market.

Before I go on, I want to thank all who came out last week for our official opening day.  With over 65 vendors set up on Bell Street, between 5th and 6th Avenue North, we featured many local farmers, producers and crafters.

This Saturday, we will again have over 65 vendors joining us, including fresh fish and other meats, organic veggies and fruit, wines and hard ciders, pies, cookies, toffee, coffee, teas and sauces. Both Alvarez Organics and Frog Song Farm will have plenty of freshly cut asparagus and Wilson Fish will have fresh and smoked salmon. Perfect for your holiday feasting! For dessert, check out Deborah’s Pies, Snohomish Bakery, and Doll House Baked Goods. If you are looking for that special gift, check out our wonderful artisans bringing their individual wares for you to choose from.

Finally, I want to take a moment to reintroduce you to our ready-to-eat food vendors, now located on 5th Avenue, right off Bell Street. You may not recognize them, now that they are serving from their food trucks, but they are our long-time friends from Falafel Salam and Los Chilangos. They are located just down the street from the Vespucci Pizza Oven.

So, start your lists now, and see you Saturday at the market!

— By Christina Martin, Market Manager

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