The sun was shining from a clear blue sky at the Redmond Saturday Market over the weekend, promising a warm, summer day. Entering its thirty-sixth year, this farmers' market in the Seattle suburb continues to bring together fresh, local produce and hand-crafted goods. People start arriving at 8:30 a.m. for the first pick despite the official 9 a.m. start time. Snapshots of the strawberries, cherries (Rainer and Bing), summer squash, and more!
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The Redmond Saturday Market is located in the open gravel lot next to the Redmond Town Center, a large retail and business center in the downtown area of the city. It's open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and offers fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as prepared foods and craft items. They also have a small stage area, so it's a family-friendly place to bring the whole family (dogs, too) and listen to some music while shopping. Check out photos of the seasonal produce.
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