Friday, June 20, 2008

Fresh Air, Fresh Food, Fresh Ideas


This darling homemade sign greeted us at the Farmer's Market. Good job on our logo!

Tuesday night found us at the Carnation Farmers’ Market in conjunction with the Carnation Library speaking on “Garden Art from Found Objects, Salvage and Really Good Junk”. We had a really fun group, a well behaved dog in the audience, and live music just feet away from us. It was our first presentation with background singers!


We love working with the King County Library system, and are looking forward to our next event at the Vashon Island Library on July 20 at 1 p.m. Driving directions are available at www.kcls.org. -- Beth & Lisa

Luscious pesticide-free tomatoes from Kittitas Valley Greenhouse in Ellensburg. Don't they look like summer? Check out their website for all the local Farmer's Markets where you can find these tomatoes at.

A fantastic chalk artist was decorating the sidewalk with some help from friends.

1 comment:

cinderelly said...

she so young to be such an accomplished artist already! ;]