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Farmers Market

Fall Farmers Market
September 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2018, 10 am to 4 pm
Fundraiser for our beloved Darrington Community Center, built by the community to serve the community

Come to the Farmers Market and help support a great cause, the Darrington Community Center!  Time to stock up the kitchen with local handcrafted foods!  There will be baked breads, cookies, cakes, pies, jar foods and more!  Several will be donating local produce from their gardens for this great cause so eat fresh and fill your pantry with summer's bounty.  Remember it's not to early to shop for Christmas and what better present than something made locally!  Be sure and see the hand knitted and crocheted items such as hats, baby clothes and other works of heart.

Fresh Vegetables from Martha's Gardens

Win Great Prizes Too! Raffle tickets are currently being made available at the Darrington IGA, Darrington Branch Coastal Community Bank and will be sold at the Farmers Market.  Tickets are $2 each or 3 tickets for $5, all proceeds go to the Darrington Community Center.  You'll have a chance to win some wonderful prizes all made by local talent, donated by community members and local business out of generosity to support this building near and dear to our community.  You can win local artisan items such as beautiful handmade quilts, handmade afghans, original painting by Frances Fowler, photograph by Charlie Duncan Photography.  Donated by our businesses will be one cord of fire wood by Steve Skaglund, free oil change from Uptown Auto Repair, one 10 yard load of crushed gravel by J&J Contractors and a $100.00 Darrington IGA gift card.  On the last day of the Farmers Market, September 3rd at noon we'll draw the lucky winners.

Original painting by Frances Fowler offered for the raffle

The Darrington Community Center is the heartbeat of the community. It is the gathering place where we watch out kids growing up playing sports and cheer them at graduation.   This is the home of wonderful community events such as the Trunk 0r Treat.  We say farewell to loved ones at the funeral dinners and come together to join forces during times of tragedy and disaster.  This important building was built back in 1954 on land donated, the work was done all by local volunteers and materials were all gifted.  Today this building is still maintained all by volunteers maintaining the building so it can continue to serve.  Please come to the Farmers Market to help support this beloved building!

The Darrington Community Center