Sammamish Valley Summer Picnic & Celebration

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Sammamish Valley Summer Picnic & Celebration

  • date: July 20, 2024
  • time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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  • Pack a picnic and join us at 21 Acres for lots of fun in the beautiful Sammamish Valley for the Summer Picnic and Celebration. Come enjoy a day on the farm – it’s free for all ages – play yard games, take a tour and shop from our artisan craft vendors. Special highlight of the day is the anticipated return of John the Falconer and His Birds of Prey, who will present two programs. Support our farmers and purchase your fresh picnic items from your local farm market, farm store or farm stand.

    Summer brings a bounty of fruit and produce; your picnic basket will showcase the summer harvest with the colors of the season! Our farm partners strive to bring Sammamish Valley neighbors and friends the knowledge and resources to discover where, and how, food is grown, and the agricultural connection to our community. 

    Here’s the schedule for the day:

    1:00 p.m.: Green Building Tour
    2:00 p.m.: Farm and Garden Tour
    10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.: Artisan Craft Vendors
    10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.: John the Falconer and His Birds of Prey

    Visit the 21 Acres Market through July 13th and be entered to win a Picnic Basket loaded with farm fresh goodies to enjoy at the event. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, July 17th, for pick up on the day of the event, July 20th.  Click here for info and Market hours.

    Join us welcoming the following vendors to our summer celebration:

    Handmade Pottery
    Man Cave Knives
    Fair Trade Winds 
    Carapace Illustration
    Woodinville Creative District
    Nowhere Foods 
    Mae Botanicals 
    Barn Cats R Us 

    21 Acres is located at 13701 NE 171st St. in Woodinville. The Summer Picnic is presented by Sammamish Valley Alliance, 21 Acres, and Sammamish Valley Grange. Support comes from the King County Department of Local Services-Community Service Areas Program, their Alan M. Painter Community Engagement Grant and Olympic Nursery.