24 Mar Sammamish Valley Alliance Spring Celebration, 2023
Support our local farms and businesses during the annual Sammamish Valley Spring Celebration. In conjunction with our partners, we strive to bring our friends and neighbors the knowledge and resources to discover where, and how, food is grown and the agricultural connection to our community. Join us at the Sammamish Valley Grange Heritage Garden, along the River Trail, Saturday, May 13th, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Highlight for the day is the Re-Dedication of the Heritage Garden with garden displays, tours and chats. The Garden is unique, as it is accessible only via the Trail by walking or riding, and not by car. The gated entrance is located one-half mile south of Wilmot Park in Woodinville or about one mile north of the Hollywood District. All ages are welcome and the event is free. Come explore and celebrate the season! Visit sammamishvalley.org to learn more.
Garden Schedule for Saturday, May 13th; 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. In addition to the River Trail, you can access the Garden via the 21 Acres trail north of the farm (with parking available at 21 Acres, 13701 NE 171st St., Woodinville, WA). The event and activities are free, and all ages are welcome to share in this beautiful gathering place!
- 11:30 a.m.-Tour of Display and Herb Gardens
- Noon-Herb Garden Chat with Farmer, Alyssa
- 12:30 p.m.-Tour of Display and Herb Gardens
- 1 p.m.-Grange Garden Re-Dedication ceremony
- 1:30 p.m.-Tour of Display and Herb Gardens
- 2 p.m.-Herb Garden Design Chat with Farmer, Alyssa
- 2:30 p.m.-Tour of Display and Herb Gardens
Plan to attend additional events and activities throughout the day on May 13th: Pollinator Fest! at 21 Acres | Woodinville Farmer’s Market | Woodinville Garden Club Plant Sale | Molbaks Mother’s Day Weekend. Stay tuned for links and more info on these community events!
Click for more information from our Celebration participants and open days and hours for individual farms and businesses. (Make sure you check in with each individual location to verify hours.) If you’d like to see more, visit About Farms to access a complete list of our local Farms.