Celebrate Spring

Sammamish Valley Celebrates Spring

May 3-5, 2019
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
(Hours and dates vary with each location.)

Thank you to Lisa DeBaets for her artistic donation.

Celebrate the spring season by exploring the beautiful Sammamish Valley. Visit farms and businesses to enjoy food and farm demonstrations; take a class; chat with local artisans. You’ll find a variety of activities that celebrate springtime: learn about heirloom veggies; sample freshly pressed apple cider; taste farm-fresh food and local wine; dig in some soil and take a walk in a peaceful farm field.

Each location will have its own schedule of events during the Valley celebration. All ages are welcome and some activities are free. Click on the links below for more information and individual schedules on what’s happening throughout the weekend at each farm and business.

2019 Participating locations.    Please follow the links for details.

21 Acres

Celebrate Spring – First Saturday in the Market
13701 NE 171st St.

Saturday May 4; 10-4; fun for all ages: Audubon Society Plant Sale 10-2; Puget Sound Goat Rescue [check website for specific times) Green Building Tours @ 11 am & 1 pm; Farm Market demos and sampling all day.

antique wagon at Minea FarmOff the Branch Farm

See a 100-year old cider press at work.
13404 Woodinville-Redmond Rd.

See a century-old cider press, enjoy fresh-pressed varietal ciders, and shop the 90-year old barn store for apple butter, applesauce, apple chips, Blue Cottage jams, local honey, local eggs, fine chocolates, and many more local, farm fresh products. Fridays 3:30-6:30 P.M. Saturdays 10-5:00 P.M. Sundays noon-5:00 P.M

Sammamish Valley FarmSammamish Valley Farm

Sixty-Five Acre Cooperative Farm
16215 140th Place NE
Sammamish River Trail Access

Saturday, May 4   11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Enter from the Sammamish River Trail. Bring the family. Get current information on the weekend celebration and SVA. Walk the farmland trail to 21 Acres, SAgE Student & Incubator Farms and the Tonnemaker Organic fruit and produce stand. Learn about the educational partnerships and sustainable growing methods practiced by these local farmers and students. Find out more about how you can support the farms in the Sammamish Valley.

Sammamish Valley Grange

Grow With Us
16215 140th Place NE
Sammamish River Trail Access

Saturday, May 4, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Kids can plant and decorate a little gift for Mom for Mother’s Day. Bring the family, discover Garden history and learn about our Valley’s agricultural heritage with local Grange members.

Viva Farms / SAgE Collaborative

Viva Farms-King County Farm Incubator
16215 140th Place NE
Sammamish River Trail Access

Friday and Saturday, May 3 & 4, 10 a.m. -4 p.m. Come learn how farm incubators provide land and other the critical resources for the next generation of farm and food businesses. Self-guided walking tours, literature and volunteer opportunities at the Student Farm plot will be available .

Woodinville Farmers Market

Opening Day!
DeYoung Park 13680 NE 175th St

Saturday, May 4, 9-3. Join us as we launch our 26th season at the Market with old favorites and brand new vendors. Farmers from here in the Sammamish Valley, and many artisans/crafters from the city of Woodinville. To get things ‘roll’ing, the first 26 customers of the day will get a free doughnut from Seattle Cinnamon Roll Co!

WHS Logo 2012Woodinville Heritage Museum–The DeYoung House

A partner in the fabric of the Woodinville community
14121 NE 171st Street

Sunday, May 5, 1-4 p.m.   Museum open (Free)  The Woodinville Heritage Society acquires, preserves and perpetuates the artifacts and history of the greater Woodinville area.