The Phinney Farmers Market at the Phinney Center at 67th & Phinney Avenue runs from 3-7 p.m. every Friday. Dozens of vendors sell fresh fruits, vegetables, bread, chocolates, honey, spreadable toppings, jam, cider, cheese, pastries, seafood, meat, and food to order, such as pizza and Pan-African dishes.
New to the market this week are blueberries, apricots, raspberries, cherries and sweet bell peppers. For a list of what’s available at the market this week, check out the Ripe ‘n Ready Report.
Kids have access to the hillside slides to blow off a little steam. This Friday’s entertainment is Chet Corpt, who will play the African Kora (a 21-string harp-lute) from 4-6 p.m. Next Friday, July 10, KING FM will bring a number of classical instruments for its Instrument Petting Zoo; and on Friday, July 17, mandolin player Dara will perform.
The Phinney Farmers Market runs through Oct. 2. (The Phinney Farmers Market is a PhinneyWood advertiser.)