Seattle Tilth Harvest Fair

One of the best end of summer celebrations in town is the Seattle Tilth Harvest Fair. This year’s theme is “celebrate local food,” and they have a little something for everyone, including:

  • Live music all day long – don’t miss Family Square Dance with Charmaine Slaven calling (1:15pm.)
  • City chickens, mini-dairy goats, and Master Beekeeper David Mc Bride.
  • Free workshops, including “Why Compost is HOT”, “From Local to Global: Sustainable Food Choices,”  a wild edible plant walk, and more.
  • Kid’s activities, including face painting, garden crafts, worm bin exploration, and a parade at noon.
  • An organic farmer’s market (Tilth is home to the original Seattle farmer’s market.)
  • A “community village” where you can learn about your local non-profits.

The harvest fair is always a fun time, and I’ve had the honor of working with Tilth this year to coordinate the community village participants, so I know it’s going to be great this year! Hope to see you there!

Seattle Tilth
Meridian Park behind the Good Shepherd Center (4649 Sunnyside Ave N) in Wallingford
photo by jwalsh on Flickr

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