Mercer Island’s Harvest Market offers produce, along with food trucks and artisan vendors. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

Mercer Island’s Harvest Market offers produce, along with food trucks and artisan vendors. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

Harvest Market returns Nov. 18

The event is the last one of the Mercer Island Farmers Market’s 2018 season.

  • Thursday, November 15, 2018 6:30am
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The Mercer Island Farmers Market will host the “Harvest Market” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18 at the north end of Mercerdale Park. Many summer vendors will be there including Snohomish Bakery, Alvarez Organic Farm, Collins Orchards and Buns on Wheels.

In addition, customers can purchase seasonal meats from Olsen Farms, cranberries from Rainier Mountain Cranberries, brussel sprouts from Sidhu Farms and sweet potatoes from Lyall Farms.

Artisan crafts also will be available — wreaths and flower arrangements from Clary Sage Studio, glass pendants from Ashley Kline Design and handmade bags from Impwear.

This is the last farmers market of the 2018 season, and a chance to stock up on favorite goodies like fruits, vegetables, flowers, jam, eggs, soup, bread, hot sauce and coffee.

For more information, visit www.mifarmersmarket.org.

The Harvest Market is an opportunity for holiday shopping, with gifts and artisan crafts like wreaths and flower arrangements available. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

The Harvest Market is an opportunity for holiday shopping, with gifts and artisan crafts like wreaths and flower arrangements available. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

Stock up on seasonal goodies at the Mercer Island Harvest Market, set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18 at the north end of Mercerdale Park. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

Stock up on seasonal goodies at the Mercer Island Harvest Market, set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18 at the north end of Mercerdale Park. Photo courtesy of Lora Liegel

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