Join LCFF and Beer Authority on September 30th for a Lake City Farmers Market Fundraiser
info here: https://enjoylakecity.org/august-30th-community-conversation/
This program to support local establishments will run until September 22nd 2017. Passports with enough stamps to qualify for a prize should be returned to the Kaffeeklatsch by close of business on September 22nd.
Simply make a purchase at any of the participating establishments, present your passport and receive a stamp. Don’t forget to thank the business for taking part.
Passports will be available at the Kaffeeklatsch as well as other of the participating businesses. You can always pick one up at the Lake City Farmers Market and they will be made available at various public events throughout the program.
Please take part in this program to support some of our most treasured Lake City Businesses. You can partner with friends, family and neighbors to qualify for the drawing on whatever level is comfortable. We are hopeful that this program helps to demonstrate our community’s ability to support our local small businesses.
We are hopeful that you find a new favorite spot and have fun visiting the ones you already have come to love. These businesses provide Lake City with its “flavor” and it is up to us as a community to help keep them here.
We have three levels of prizes indicated on the passport so that more people can take part in the fun. Winners will be chosen at random and one winner from each of the three tiers of prizes will be awarded. Winners will be contacted via the contact information on the passport within 30 days of the closing of the program.
The First 20 participants to turn in a passport with 7 or more stamps will automatically receive a $10 Gift Card to the Farmers Market
A big thank you goes out to all the businesses taking part as well as our sponsoring businesses – Two Dog Yoga, Kaffeeklatsch, Manila Manila, Elliott Bay Brewery and the Lake City Farmers Market.
The Lake City Farmers Market was opened in 2002 and has been bringing delicious, local food to the community every year since. It is a popular local destination with over 30 farmers and food artisans who offer a great selection of delicious seasonal fruits, berries, organic produce, eggs, local baked goods, pasture raised meats, ciders, honey, preserves, ready-to-eat foods and more throughout the season. Activities for kids, free cooking classes, and other events schedules EVERY week. Next to a lovely park with picnic area, seating and shady trees. Free market parking in the underground Lake City Library lot. See you there!
6 PM – Free food and drink samples from vendors who will be at this year’s Lake City Farmers Market plus information tables.
6:45 – Welcome and Speakers on Food Issues in our Community. Including a representative from our District 5 Council Office and Esther Magasis, Food Bank Manager at Jewish Family Services food bank, to discuss Fare Worker Rights.
7:15 We will have a performance from Spoken Word Artist Jasmin Veeh. Jasmin is a young writer and artist from Germany, but has lived in Seattle for almost two years now. Her latest project are short stories, poems and artwork about a soup kitchen for the homeless that she is volunteering in since she arrived in the US, and especially the people she met there. Kris Curtis with the Seattle Farmer’s Market will also address the audience.
Approximately 7:30 – Group discussions on food issues and identification of priorities with an emphasis on action items for our community.
8:05-8:30 – Report out from group discussions and wrap up.