Edmonds Bakery to celebrate 100 years Sept. 9 — and you’re invited

The Edmonds Bakery will be celebrating its 100th anniversary Saturday, Sept. 9  at 418 Main St.

Since 1923, the bakery has been serving up delectable treats that have delighted generations — from iconic 50-cent maple bars to elegantly crafted cakes. To mark a century of community service, the Edmonds Bakery is opening its doors at 8 a.m. Sept. 9. The first 100 visitors will be treated to complimentary slices of the signature anniversary cake, a gesture of appreciation for the loyal patrons. And as a nod to the past, the bakery will offer its famous maple bars for just 50 cents throughout the day.

“We’re immensely proud to reach this milestone,” said Ken Bellingham , he himself celebrating 30 years as owner of Edmonds Bakery. “Our anniversary is about celebrating with the community that has supported us for a century. We’re not just a bakery; we’re a part of people’s lives and their cherished memories.”

The celebration promises something for everyone, from live music to activities for kids.

Edmonds Bakery will also feature a nostalgic display showcasing its journey through the decades. In addition, the bakery invites the community to share their stories about growing up with the bakery. Send your memories to 1edmondsbakery@gmail.com.

For more information, visit www.edmondsbakery.com or call 425-778-6811.

  1. every week from high school, my girlfriend, Patty Wright and I went to Edmonds Bakery for our favorite .25 maole bars! three years ago I boght a .59 maple bar (still a delicious fave.) and brought to her in an adult care facility and we shared those happy memories! Bonnie (Wray) Mott

  2. I’m glad they are celebrating 100 years but. I ordered ( 4 ) four donuts and it cost $10.00 too rich for me

  3. This is the bakery that I ordered my wedding cake from way back in 2000. On the day of, the owner locked himself out of his own shop & had to wait for a locksmith to come open it up. As we were in the chapel saying our vows, he was in the community room putting the finishing touches on our gorgeous cake! There were actually 5 heart shaped cakes of different flavor combos decorated with fresh flowers. Most beautiful wedding cake I had ever seen. And a fun story of our “wedding day calamity!”

  4. When our company had an office in Edmonds (80s-90s), my co-workers, Wilma & Katie, and I often went to the Edmonds Bakery for lunch, and always enjoyed our time there. Happy 100th Anniversary!

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