Sammamish Valley Fall Harvest Celebration

Message to the Community

Sammamish Valley Alliance (SVA) Celebration events have looked a bit different in 2020 & 2021 due to circumstances surrounding the current pandemic and Covid-19 restrictions. We are happy to announce we’re back — in person for our Fall Harvest Celebration September 25th! We continue to support our local small farms and businesses through virtual, or in-person channels, depending on CDC recommendations for public gatherings at the time of each event.

Coming up is the Sammamish Valley Fall Harvest Celebration, Saturday, September 25th. Plan to join our community as we strive to ensure a long-term growing season, bringing peace, health and happiness to all of our friends and neighbors during this unprecedented time.

In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more on how you can support local farms, visit 21 Acres for some great information provided by 21 Acres, on what you can do to help. We look forward to ‘seeing’ you this year for our seasonal Celebration events.  #ThinkLocal

Fall Harvest Celebration

Celebrate the season by exploring the beautiful Sammamish Valley during our annual Fall Harvest Celebration. Stop by the local farm stands, markets and stores that support local agriculture in our beautiful Sammamish Valley. Home base for this event will be at 21 Acres in Woodinville. We’re happy to gather again “in-person.” Come visit with us there, following all current masking requirements, of course, and meet with local farmers and others in support of our local agricultural businesses.

Visit additional locations also during the Valley Celebration, and check out each link below to see what activities might be planned and information on open days/hours of business. We encourage you to purchase local, fresh, pesticide free food that’s grown right in our own neighborhoods. You’ll not only enjoy the beauty as you wander around the Valley, you’ll learn about our environmentally sustainable agriculture community.

Whether you grab some veggies at the farm market, get a jar of honey or jam at your favorite farm store or pick up a gorgeous bouquet from a street side farm stand, your local purchase will impact the economic vitality of the entire Sammamish Valley.

All ages are welcome and activities are free. Plan to join our agricultural community this day, and throughout the fall and winter, as we strive to ensure a long-term growing season, bringing peace, health and happiness to all of our friends and neighbors during this unprecedented time.

We look forward to seeing you again–in person! #ThinkLocal

If you’d like to see more, visit About Farms to access a complete list of our local Farms.

Support Your Local Farmers

Celebrate Fall
13701 NE 171st St.

Saturday, September 25th, we’re happy to host SVA in addition to welcoming guest vendors on our 21 Acres Farm Market front patio. Press apples with SVA, try some of the delicious dry-farmed tomatoes grown on the 21 Acres farm or dance to a bluegrass band. A Farm Walk is scheduled at 11 a.m. this day.  If you’d like to learn more about dry-farming, join farmer Anthony for a special tour on the Farm prior to the Celebration, Friday, Sept. 24th at 4 pm. Continue to support local farmers throughout the season and shop in the 21 Acres Market, four days a week; Wed.-Fri. 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Info at 21acres.org. Covid precautions continue to stay in place during this event; masks are required and social distancing is encouraged.

Off the Branch Farm

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

Open Saturday, September 25th, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Farm Drive

A Farm in the Sammamish Valley LLC

Forty-Two Acre Cooperative Farm
16215 140th Place NE

Sammamish Valley Farm is home to Tonemaker Farm Stand and Viva Farm King County’s Student and Incubator Farms offering CSA subscriptions. See further listings through About Farms

Northwest Bloom Farm/South 47
15410 NE 124th St., Redmond

Apples will be ready for Organic U-pick at Northwest Bloom Farm on the South 47. (Registration required.) Artisanal crafts and various locally-made products from women-owned businesses, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

14017 NE 124th St., Redmond

A group of people passionate about organic farming, local sourcing, and closing the loop on sustainability. Offering CSA subscriptions.

16215 140th Place NE

Enjoy making the freshest possible apple cider by attending Tonnemaker’s annual cider pressing celebration that goes from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25th at the farm stand in Woodinville. People can wash, chop, and press organic apples into cider. The cider pressing costs $5 for adults and free for children, 13 and under. Bring a jug to fill full of cider or purchase a jug from Tonnemaker’s for $5. The farm stand will be open during the cider pressing and farm tours will be available.

Viva Farms

Viva Farms-King County Farm Incubator
16215 140th Place NE

The incubator farm model provides aspiring farmers the necessary resources and support to build successful farm businesses.

Woodinville Farmers Market

Open Air Market
DeYoung Park 13680 NE 175th St

Eat Local–Eat Fresh–Eat Well. Open every Saturday through September. Hours: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

15410 NE 124th St.

Redmond, WA  98052

Sammamish Farms celebrates the autumn harvest with an open farm from 10-2 on the South 47 parcel. Stop by for a quick tour at noon or drop in at your leisure to visit the farmers and learn about our farm. A special one day U pick opportunity for our winter squash. Light refreshments will be available.