You won’t find better holiday shopping than this Sunday, December 19th from 10-2 at our annual Lake Forest Park Holiday Farmers Market and Crafts Fair.
Yes, ‘tis the season of gift giving and local artisans will be serving up a wide variety of giftable goodies for everyone on your list. You’ll find a delightful array of unique, handmade jewelry, ceramics, metal art, bags, clothing, drawings and prints, photography, housewares, candles, holiday themed items, and more.
Whatever you need – from stocking stuffers to show-stoppers – the LFP Holiday Market will be the place to find it, including work from several new vendors who weren’t at the market in November. So whether you’re heading back for something you saw last time or looking for something new, you’ll find it at the market on Sunday!
And you definitely won’t want to miss the LFP Farmers Market, which can always be counted on to have the freshest and best in Washington grown and produced fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, wines, baked goods, and more.
Many of your favorite regular season vendors will be there to help you stock up for your feasts with friends and family over the holidays. You’ll find farmers like Garden Treasures, Well Fed Farms, and Sidhu Farms, sweet treats from Doll House Baked Goods and Pete’s Perfect Toffee, “adult” beverages from Lopez Island Vineyards, Greenwood Cider, and Amantikir Coffee, plus Wilson Fish, La Pasta, Cascade Valley Farm (aka Rainier Salsa), and more!
Both artisans and food vendors are still being added to the roster, so check our farmers market vendor list for all the updates as they come in.
So start making your lists and checking them twice because it all happens this Sunday, December 19th in the regular market location, the parking lot of the Town Center at Lake Forest Park at 17171 Bothell Way NE.
And while you’re planning for the weekend, be sure to check out the last weekend of live music for the year this Friday and Saturday night from 7-9 PM at Third Place Commons. It’s a great line-up!
On Friday, December 17th, the always awesome Ranger and the Re-Arrangers will take the stage with their violin-led acoustic jazz combo featuring upbeat, high-energy swinging strings that always please. Then on Saturday, December 18th, things heat up even more with the North Seattle Jazz Orchestra. Each of these bands is a sure-fire crowd pleaser, so why not stop by both nights for some musical inspiration that’s perfect for the season?
Find out more about these events and everything happening at Third Place Commons by visiting our online calendar. See you at the Commons! And at the market!