The Queen Anne Farmer’s Market ran from June 2nd to October 6th this year and I personally enjoyed it this year.
According to their website, we had some pretty amazing stats this year on Queen Anne Hill:
As the 2011 market season comes to a close, we thank each and every one of you – our sponsors, local businesses, patrons, vendors and volunteers who were instrumental in producing a very successful season. QAFM is a unique community-managed market and your support shows what we can accomplish together.
Despite getting a late start this year, the market continued to thrive and to grow. We, as a whole, provided access to Washington farmers and their fresh, healthy food, hosted food education programs for children and adults, offered a rich variety of ready-to-eat meals and a diversity of free musical programs, all while being a gathering place for our community and greater Seattle. Our impact on the local economy is substantial and we are proud of our results this season.
- Hosted 41 vendors (59% farmers/41% prepared food)
- Average customers per market – 2513 (74% increase over 2010)
- Average vendor sales per market – $22, 231 (9.0% increase over 2010)
- Three jobs created and filled by QA residents
- 25 volunteers donated 299 hours.
- 1857 pounds of food donated to Trinity Methodist Saturday Soup Kitchen and Queen Anne Methodist.
- Donated booth space 21 times to 13 non-profit organizations
- Introduced EBT-matching program to double the value of food stamps
- New web site designed and content re-created
- New Facebook site introduced (450 “friends” reached in 4 months)
- New Twitter feed introduced (225 followers secured in 4 months)
- Hosted 30 chefs and food educators
- Brought in 21 musicians for 29 performances
- Featured two Tae Kwon Do and Yoga classes, and a community Talent Show
Pretty fabulous that Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood can boast such wonderful accomplishments when it is just one of many farmer’s markets across Seattle neighborhoods! Queen Anne Hill is a great place to live! If you are interested in living in this neighborhood, then you should definitely check out Queen Anne homes for sale right now!
Queen Anne Farmer’s Market Adds Delight And Color To Thursdays!
QUEEN ANNE AVE & WEST CROCKETT ST :
Runs June 2nd – October 6th
The Farmer’s Market on Queen Anne….
Just off Queen Anne Ave in Upper Queen Anne at West Crockett Street is where you can find one of the nicest farmer’s markets in Seattle. The colors are beautiful and the wide range of offerings will truly dazzle you.
In addition to the fresh fruit, veggies, and flowers you would expect to find at a farmer’s market, you will also find many other offerings at the Queen Anne Farmer’s Market.
You also might as well come hungry because some of the best freshly prepared food vendors are there, too!
Finally the weather is cooperating so the Queen Anne Farmer’s Market was an absolute delight to go to tonight!
You can find out more about the Queen Anne Farmer’s Market by visiting their website :
Queen Anne Living
Queen Anne in general has an excellent Walk Score and the shops and restaurants along Queen Anne Ave make this Seattle neighborhoods a top pick for many people relocating to Seattle from other areas. Add in the close proximity to Downtown Seattle, and Queen Anne Hill is worth a look. After all, Queen Anne was the choice pick for early Seattle business men from the late 1800’s and is still one of the most desirable Seattle neighborhoods.
If you are interested in Queen Anne homes for sale or learning more about Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood, please feel free to get in touch with me – I am happy to show you my favorite Queen Anne hot spots and also the lovely Queen Anne real estate if you find yourself looking for Queen Anne Realtors! (firstname.lastname@example.org 206-850-8841)
The Upper Queen Anne Merchant Association is once again presenting its anual Trick or Treat Event.
October 31st from 3PM to 5PM all along Queen Anne Ave from Galer to McGraws Streets!
Queen Anne Ave Trick-Or-Treating: All your local Upper Queen Anne merchants will be handing out treats to all the costumed kiddies! Safety for the little ones: Not only that , but the merchants in this neighborhood are hiring an officer to assist with pedestrian traffic and safety at Queen Anne Ave and Boston and Queen Anne Ave and Crockett.
Want more Queen Anne Halloween fun? Farm Food Fair at Queen Anne Ave and Crockett from 2-7 PM hosted by the Queen Anne Farmer’s Market.
Are you interested in living in this wonderful neighbohrood? Queen Anne Real estate offers a wonderful opportunity to live in one of Seattle’s great neighborhoods!