Jody Schroeder with Rain Lily and his pup enjoy a day at the market. Photo courtesy of April Hammerand/Sequim Farmers Market.

Jody Schroeder with Rain Lily and his pup enjoy a day at the market. Photo courtesy of April Hammerand/Sequim Farmers Market.

What’s New at the Market: Senior Appreciation Day

  • Wednesday, September 11, 2019 1:30am
  • Business

Sequim Farmers Market

Open: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14

Location: Sequim Civic Center Plaza, downtown Sequim

More info: or 360-582-6218

On the web:

This Saturday is Senior Appreciation Day at the Sequim Farmers Market. The first 50 seniors to visit the market booth will receive a $2 coupon which can be redeemed by any vendor at the market.

Senior Appreciation Days are every second Saturday of the month. Mark your calendars for the next upcoming Senior Appreciation Day on Oct. 12.

Senior Appreciation Days are made possible with support from Nutritious Movement Center Northwest.

Westwood Coffee

Come straight to the market this Saturday for your morning coffee. We are excited to announce a new vendor, Westwood Coffee Co., will be at the market this Saturday.

Barista Jesse Westwood of Westwood Coffee Co. specializes in coffee drinks such as espresso, americano, latte, mocha, iced coffee and more.

Every week Jesse will have drink specials on the menu like vegan caramel sauce, real vanilla bean syrup and ritual mocha.

Westwood Coffee Co. features local, small batch coffee roasters every other month.

Jesse enjoys making coffee and teaching about coffee, make sure to stop by and ask him about his craft or any question that has ever stumped you about the art of coffee making.

Fall pickings

Summer is winding down and Fall is around the corner … harvest season is here and it is gorgeous and delicious.

Certified Organic farms River Run and Joy Farm continue to bring the most flavorful, freshly picked lettuce along with beets, radishes, potatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, garlic, onions, cucumbers, fresh herbs and fresh cut flowers, as well as the tail end of strawberry harvests.

Emily’s Flowers continues to bring beautiful floral bouquets.

Armstrong on stage

The Summer Live Music Series continues with local songster and guitarist Cort Armstrong, performing acoustic guitar 11a.m.-2 p.m.

Cort’s fingerpicking and swarthy voice is hard to beat. His sound is a mix of American roots music, blues, among other genres, and is unmistakably his own. Bring your dancing shoes and feel free find your dance floor on the plaza.

A special thanks to Bell & Davis Law and BrokersGroup Real Estate for supporting the Sequim Farmers Market.

April Hammerand is the Market Manager for the Sequim Farmers Market. Reach her at or 360-582-6218. For more information, visit

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