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You are Invited

Updated: May 9

We would be honored to have your support at our summer markets!

Grab a pen and mark your calendars.



“Little Bloom” will be popping up curbside offering seasonal market bouquets, treatment-free honey, garden starts, and a variety of curated goods like treatment free honey.


I encourage you to support your Arlington Farmers and purchase weekly seasonal produce, proteins & flowers. Let’s bring local home!


Arlington Farmers Market

May 11, Saturday, 10-2pm

Grand Opening/Mother's Day Market

Toons at Noon, El Colonel

114 N. Olympic Ave

Arlington Washington


Arlington Farmers Market

May 25, Saturday 10-2pm

Young Entrepreneur Day

Toons at Noon, Applecore


Arlington Farmers Market

June 1, Saturday 10-2pm

Toons at noon, TBD


Arlington Farmers Market

August 3 , Saturday 10-2pm

Toons at noon, El Colonel


Arlington Farmers Market

September 21, Saturday 10-2pm

Toons at noon, TBD


FRESH PAINT

August 17, Saturday, 10-4pm

Location: Hoyt Ave. and Wall St. in Downtown Everett Washington


Purchase art fresh off the easel during Schack Art Center's biggest summer arts festival. This year we're bringing the action to Downtown Everett and featuring over 100 booths, live entertainment, interactive art activities, glassblowing, and more!

Fresh Paint is a dynamic and immersive event that celebrates creativity and artistry in a vibrant and interactive way. Held in Downtown Everett, this multi-day festival brings together a diverse group of talented artists who not only showcase their finished works, but also actively create and sell their artwork on-site. From painters and sculptors to printmakers, mixed media artists, and beyond, the festival features a wide range of artistic styles and mediums, creating a dynamic and visually stimulating experience.

Witness the creative process firsthand and get a rare glimpse into an artist’s techniques, inspirations, and methods in our Schack Art Center Open Studios. Visitors can watch as paintings come to life, molten glass takes shape, and prints are pulled from presses, gaining insight into the artistic process, engaging in conversations with the artists and creating a direct connection between artist and buyer.


If you haven’t subscribed to our farm's newsletter please do. I promise not to overwhelm your inbox. This is a great way to connect outside of social media and be the first to discover farm announcements.


Stay tuned, we have been working behind the scenes on a special project and are excited to share it with you!


I hope to see you this summer.


Keep Flourishing, Kari



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