Sammamish Valley Celebrates Spring

Message to the Community

Sammamish Valley Alliance (SVA) Celebration events will look a bit different in 2021 due to circumstances surrounding the current pandemic and Covid-19 restrictions. We plan 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.

Mark your calendars for these 2021 events:

Sammamish Valley Spring Celebration, Saturday May 8th and throughout the spring season; Sammamish Valley Summer Celebration, Saturday, July 17th; and, 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.


Spring Celebration

Celebrate the spring season this year by stopping by the local farm stands, markets and stores that support local agriculture in our beautiful Sammamish Valley. As we promote our 2021 Spring Celebration virtually this year, not only on Saturday, May 8th, but throughout spring, we encourage the public to purchase local, fresh, pesticide free food that’s grown right in our own neighborhoods. You’ll not only enjoy the springtime 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 always welcome but don’t forget your mask when you visit. (And a reminder also that all locations are following strict social distancing requirements.)

Click on the website links below with more information from our previous year’s Celebration participants and open days and hours for individual farms and businesses. If you’d like to see more, visit About Farms to access a complete list of our local Farms.

Support Your Local Farmers

Celebrate Spring
13701 NE 171st St.

Support local farmers and shop in the 21 Acres Market, four days a week beginning Wed., May 5; hours: Wed.-Fri. 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Off the Branch Farm

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

Farm Drive

Sammamish Valley Farm

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 subscription. See further listings through About Farms

South 47 Farm
15410 NE 124th St., Richmond

Permaculture for People. Stewards of eight acres of farmland with a regenerative nursery and ecological education.

14017 NE 124th St., Redmond

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

1625 140th Place NE

Farm Fresh Organic Fruit and Produce. Visit website for current Farm Stand Hours and information.

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. Opening day, Saturday May 1st and every Saturday through September. Hours: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.