The Carnation Farmers Market operates Tuesdays, May-Oct., from 3-7 p.m. atTolt Avenue and Bird Street, in downtown Carnation.
Visitors can browse market vendors, listen to music and create chalk art every week with artist Joe Lee Davidson. New currencies coming soon to Carnation Farmers Market are, in addition to cash, WIC FMNP checks, and Senior FMNP checks, credit/debit, SNAP/EBT, Fresh Bucks (fresh fruit & veggie bonus match for SNAP).
King County Executive Dow Constantine and County Councilmember Kathy Lambert last week named a number of regional leaders and community members to a panel charged with recommending sustainable solutions for funding bridges and roads in unincorporated King County.
“Providing safe and reliable roads is a top priority, but the system for funding them hasn’t been revisited in nearly 30 years, and it no longer works,” said Executive Constantine. “We must create a sustainable and regional solution to get our roads back on track.”
“The Bridges and Roads Task Force is an opportunity for all the people of King County - the people who use these roads - to be part of the solution,” said Councilmember Lambert. “Through the work of this task force, we’ll look for new ways to solve our serious road funding problems so we can keep our communities moving and connected.”
Wouldn’t you love to ride a train powered by a steam locomotive to get a feel for that first run?
Well you can this year! During Railroad Days, the Santa Cruz and Portland Cement locomotive 2, a 1909-built Porter locomotive, will let you step back in time to the early days of Snoqualmie. Online ticket sales begin in August for the
Now, if I may, every dog should have the opportunity to visit the local farmers market. In our little Snoqualmie Valley, we are so lucky to have a farmers market in North Bend, Carnation and Duvall! My editor decided that I should do a piece on the Duvall Farmers Market since my People Mom’s wild “River Winds Trio” was jazzing it up this week.