2019 Farmer’s Markets Schedules

 

When you shop at a local Farmers Market, you’re buying outstanding freshness, quality and flavor. Knowing exactly where your food comes from and how it was grown provides peace of mind for your family. Plus, you’re supporting a sustainable regional food system that helps small family farms stay in business; protects land from over-development, and provides the community with fresh, healthy food. Find one near you on the list below!

 

SOUTH SNOHOMISH:

Arlington Farmers Market
Legion Park: 200 N. Olympic Ave
Saturdays. 10am-3pm
June 1 — August 31

Bothell Park Ridge Community Market
Park Ridge Church: 3805 Maltby Road, Bothell
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm
June 5—September 25

Edmonds Garden Market
Historical Museum: 5th & Bell Street
Saturdays 9am-2pm
May 4—June 8

Edmonds Summer Market
Downtown: 5th St from the fountain
Saturdays 9am-3pm
June 15—October 5

Everett Farmers Markets
Boxcar Park: 615 13th Street
Sundays 11am-4pm
May 12—October 6

Everett Transit Center: 2333 32nd St
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm
June 5—August 28

Marysville Farmer’s Market
Location TBD
Saturdays 10am-2pm
June 22—August 31

Mill Creek Farmer’s Market
City Hall: 15720 Main St.
Tuesdays 3pm-7pm
June 18-August 20

Snohomish Farmers Market
Cedar Ave & Pearl St.
Thursdays 3pm-7pm
May 2—September 26

 

EASTSIDE:

Bellevue Farmers Market
First Presbyterian: 1717 Bellevue Way NE
Thursdays 3pm-7pm
May 16—October 10

Bellevue Crossroads Farmers Market
East Parking Lot: 15600 NE 8th St
Tuesdays 12pm-6pm
June 4—September 24

Issaquah Farmers Market
Pickering Barn: 1730 10th Ave NW
Saturdays 9am-2pm
May 4—September 28

Juanita Friday Market
Juanita Beach: 9703 NE Juanita Dr
Fridays 3pm-7pm
June 5—September 27

Kirkland Wednesday Market
Marina Park: 25 Lakeshore Plaza
Wednesdays 2pm-7pm
June 7—September 25

Mercer Island Farmers Market
Mercerdale Park: 7700 SE 32nd St
Sundays 10am-3pm
June 2—September 29

Redmond Saturday Market
Redmond Town Center: 7730 Leary Way NE
Saturdays 9am-3pm
May 4—October 26

Sammamish Farmers Market
City Hall Plaza: 801 228th Ave SE
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm
May 8—September 18

Woodinville Farmers Market
DeYoung Park: 13680 NE 175th St
Saturdays 9am-3pm
May 4—September 28

 

SEATTLE:

Ballard Farmers Market
Ballard Ave NW
Sundays. 10am-3pm
YEAR ROUND

Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market
Seattle Central Comm College: Broadway & Pine
Sundays 11am-3pm
YEAR ROUND

Columbia City Farmers Market
37th Ave S & S Edmunds St
Wednesdays 3pm-7pm
May 8—October 9

Fremont Sunday Market
Corner of 3410 Evanston Ave N
Sundays 10am-4pm
YEAR ROUND

Lake City Farmers Market
125th St and 28th Ave NE
Thursdays 3pm-7pm
June 6—October 3

Lake Forest Park Farmers Market
Third Place Commons: 17171 Bothell Way NE
Sundays 10am-3pm
May 12—October 20

Madrona Farmers Market
1126 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Fridays 3pm-7pm
May 17—October 11

Magnolia Farmers Market
Magnolia Village: 33rd Ave W & W McGraw
Saturdays. 10am-2pm
June 1—November 23

Phinney Farmers Market
Neighborhood Center: Phinney Ave N
Fridays 3:30pm-7:30pm
June 7—September 27

Pike Place Farmers Market
Pike Place & Pine St
Saturdays 9am-5pm
June 1—November 23

Queen Anne Farmers Market
W Crockett Street & Queen Anne Ave N
Thursdays 3pm-7:30pm
May 30—October 10

Shoreline Farmers Market
15300 Westminster Ave N
Saturdays 10am-3pm
June 8—October 5

University District Farmers Market
University Way NE “the Ave”
Saturdays 9am-2pm
YEAR ROUND

Wallingford Farmers Market
Meridian Park: Meridian Ave N & N 50th St
Wednesdays 3pm-7pm
May 15—September 25

West Seattle Farmers Market
California Ave SW & SW Alaska St
Sundays 10am-2pm
YEAR ROUND

 

You can also search for farmers markets in other counties here.

Before planning your visit, be sure to check market websites for possible holiday or weather closures and special events.

 


Posted on May 6, 2019 at 5:59 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Community, Fun Things To Do |

Jill on… Shoreline!


Posted on August 7, 2018 at 2:16 am
Jill Langer | Posted in Buying Homes, City Guides, Community, Gardening & Landscaping, North King County, Selling Homes, Shoreline |

Where to Watch Fireworks This July 4th

 

 

Bellevue – Downtown Park 10:05 p.m. 

Des Moines – Marina 10:20 p.m. 

Edmonds – Civic Stadium 10 p.m. 

Everett – Port Gardner Bay 10:20 p.m. 

Federal Way – Celebration Park 10:15 p.m. 

Kent – Lake Meridian Park 10 p.m. 

Kenmore – Log Boom Park 10:00 p. m. 

Kirkland – Marina Park 10:15 p.m. 

Lakewood – Joint Base Lewis-McChord 10 p.m. 

Newcastle – Lake Boren Park 10 p.m. 

Renton – Coulon Park 10 p.m. 

SeaTac – Angle Lake Park 10 p.m. 

Seattle – Lake Union 10:20 p.m. BIG! 

Tacoma – Ruston Way 10:10 p.m. BIG! 

Tukwila – Fort Dent Park 10 p.m. 

 


Posted on June 7, 2018 at 5:10 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Community, Eastside, Edmonds, Events, Everett, Kenmore, Seattle Metro, South Snohomish County |

Outdoor Movie Schedule – Summer 2018

 

 

South Snohomish 

Arlington’s Old Time Movies  

Terrace Park 

7/6 Star Wars: The Last Jedi (at the Airport Fly In) 

7/12 Early Man 

7/19 Peter Rabbit 

  

Edmond’s Outdoor Movie Night 

Frances Anderson Center Field 

7/27 Moana 

8/3 Wonder 

  

Everett’s Cinema Under the Stars 

Thornton Sullivan Park, Camp Patterson Field 

7/20 Early Man 

7/27 Coco 

8/3 Wonder 

8/10 Moana 

8/17 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 

  

Marysville Popcorn in the Park 

Jennings Park, Lioins Centennial Pavilion 

7/14 Despicable Me 3 

7/21Jumanji 

7/28Cars 3  

8/4Wonder Woman  

8/11Star Wars: The Last Jedi  

  

  

  

Sundquist Family Movies in the Park 

Willis Tucker Park 

7/12 Jumanji 

7/19 Ferdinand 

7/26The Greatest Showman  

8/2 Coco 

8/9 Wonder 

8/16 Beauty and the Beast 

  

 Eastside 

Bellevue Movies in the Park 

Downtown Park 

7/10    Despicable Me 3 

7/17   Boss Baby  

7/24The Lego Ninjago Movie  

7/31 Goodbye Christopher Robin 

8/7 Paddington 2 

8/14 The Greatest Showman 

8/21 Ferdinand 

8/28 Ghostbusters 

  

Crossroads Movies in the Park 

Crossroads Park 

8/2 TBD 

8/9 TBD 

8/16 TBD 

8/23 TBD 

  

Carillon Point Outdoor Movies 

Carillon Point Plaza 

7/7 Despicable Me 3 

7/21 The Wedding Singer 

8/4 Jumanji 

8/18 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 

  

  

Movies at Marymoor  

Marymoor Park 

6/28 The Goonies 

7/5 Wonder Woman 

7/11 Jumanji 

7/18 Coco 

7/25 The Greatest Showman 

8/2 10 Things I Hate About You 

8/8 Thor: Ragnarok 

8/15 Ferdinand 

8/22Black Panther 

8/29The Princess Bride 

   

Seattle Area 

Bite of Seattle 

Seattle Center Mural Amphitheatre 

7/20 A League of Their Own 

  

Cinema under the Stars 

Columbia Park 

7/14 Best of the Children’s International Film Festival 

8/18 Coco 

  

Movies at the Marina 

Shilshole Bay Marina 

8/3 Overboard 

8/17 Moana 

  

Movies at the Mural 

Seattle Center Mural Amphitheatre 

7/28 The Princess Bride 

8/4 Get Out 

8/11  Little Shop of Horrors 

8/18 I am Not Your Negro 

8/25 Wonder Woman 

  

Seattle Outdoor Cinema 

South Lake Union Discovery Center 

6/16 The Goonies 

7/21 Jurassic Park 

8/25 Black Panther 

  

West Seattle Outdoor Movies 

Fauntleroy Triangle 

7/21 Wonder Woman 

7/28 The Secret Life of Pets 

8/4 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 

8/11 A Wrinkle in Time 

8/18Coco  

8/25Black Panther 

 

 

 

*Check websites for start times, pre-movie activities and to make sure your favorite movie hasn’t been canceled or changed!  


Posted on June 7, 2018 at 4:54 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Community, Eastside, Edmonds, Events, Everett, North King County, Seattle Metro, South Snohomish County |

Local Splash Parks

 South Snohomish 

Daleway Park 

19015 64th Ave W, Lynnwood WA 98036 

 

Edmonds City Park 

600 3rd Ave S, Edmonds WA 98020 

 

 North Lynnwood Park 

18510 44th Ave W, Lynnwood WA 98037 

 

Rotary Centennial Water Playground 

802 E Mukilteo Blvd, Everett WA 98203 

 

Willis D. Tucker Park 

6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish WA 98296 

 

Seattle 

Georgetown Playfield 

750 S Home St, Seattle WA 98108 

 

Northacres Park 

12718 1st Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125 

 

Pratt Park 

1800 S Main St, Seattle WA 98144 

 

Eastside 

Crossroads Water Spray Playground 

999 164th Ave NE, Bellevue WA 98008 

 

Grass Lawn Park 

7031 148th Ave NE, Redmond WA 98052 

 

Sammamish Commons 

801 228th Ave SE, Sammamish WA 98074 


Posted on June 7, 2018 at 4:46 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Community, Eastside, Edmonds, Everett, Lynnwood, North King County, Seattle Metro, South Snohomish County |

Farmers Market Schedule – 2018

 

Farmer’s Market Schedule – 2018

  •  South Snohomish County

Arlington Farmers Market
Legion Park: 200 N. Olympic Ave
Saturdays. 10am-3pm | July 7 — Sept 29

Bothell Farmers Market
Country Village: 23718 Both-Evrt Hwy
Fridays 12pm-6pm | June 1—Sept 28

Bothell South County Community Market
Park Ridge Church: 3805 Maltby Road, Bothell
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm | June 6—Sept 26

Edmonds Garden Market
Historical Museum: Between 5th & Bell Street
Saturdays 9am-2pm | May 5—June 9

Edmonds Summer Market
Downtown: 5th St from the fountain
Saturdays 9am-3pm | June 16—Oct 6

Everett Farmers Markets
Boxcar Park: 615 13th Street
Sundays 11am-4pm | May 13—Oct 14

Everett Transit Center: 2333 32nd St
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm | May 23—Sept 26

Marysville Farmers Market
1035 State Ave
Saturdays 10am-2pm | June 23—Sept 1

Mill Creek Farmer’s Market
15720 Main St.
Fridays 12pm-5pm | May 25-Aug 31

Mukilteo Farmers Market
Lighthouse Park: 609 Front Street
Wednesdays 3pm-7pm | June 7—Sept 27

Snohomish Farmers Market
The intersection of Cedar Ave & Pearl St.
Thursdays 3pm-7pm | May 3—Sept 27

 

  • The Eastside

Bellevue Farmers Market
First Presbyterian: 1717 Bellevue Way NE
Thursdays. 3pm-7pm | May 17—Oct 11

Bothell Farmers Market
Country Village: 23718 Both-Evrt Hwy
Fridays 12pm-6pm | June 1—Sept 28

Issaquah Farmers Market
Pickering Barn: 1730 10th Ave NW
Saturdays 9am-2pm | May 5—Sept 29

Juanita Friday Market
Juanita Beach Park: 9703 NE Juanita Dr
Fridays. 3pm-7pm | June 1—Sept 28

Mercer Island Farmers Market
Mercerdale Park: 7700 SE 32nd St
Sundays 10am-3pm | June 3—Oct 7

Redmond Saturday Market
Redmond Town Center: 7730 Leary Way NE
Saturdays 9am-3pm | May 5—Oct 27

Sammamish Farmers Market
City Hall Plaza: 801 228th Ave SE
Wednesdays 4pm-8pm | May 9—Sept 26

Woodinville Farmers Market
DeYoung Park: 13680 NE 175th St
Saturdays 9am-3pm | May 5—Sept 29

 

  • Seattle Area

Ballard Farmers Market
Ballard Ave NW
Sundays. 10am-3pm | Year round

Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market
Seattle Central Comm College: Broadway & Pine
Sundays 11am-3pm | Year round

Columbia City Farmers Market
37th Ave S & S Edmunds St
Wednesdays 3pm-7pm | May 9—Oct 10

Fremont Sunday Market
Corner of 3410 Evanston Ave N
Sundays 10am-4pm | Year round

Lake City Farmers Market
125th St and 28th Ave NE
Thursdays 3pm-7pm | June 7—Oct 4

Lake Forest Park Farmers Market
Third Place Commons: 17171 Bothell Way NE
Sundays 10am-3pm | May 13—Oct 21

Madrona Farmers Market
1126 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Fridays 3pm-7pm | May 18—Oct 12

Magnolia Farmers Market
Magnolia Village: 33rd Ave W & W McGraw
Saturdays. 10am-2pm | June 2—Oct 20

Phinney Farmers Market
Phinney Neighborhood Center: Phinney Ave N
Fridays 3:30pm-7:30pm | June 1—Sept 28

Pike Place Farmers Market
Pike Place & Pine St
Saturdays 9am-5pm | June 2—Nov 24

Queen Anne Farmers Market
W Crockett Street & Queen Anne Ave N
Thursdays 3pm-7:30pm | June 7—Oct 11

Shoreline Farmers Market
15300 Westminster Ave N
Saturdays 10am-3pm | June 9—Oct 6

University District Farmers Market
University Way NE “the Ave”
Saturdays 9am-2pm | Year round

Wallingford Farmers Market
Meridian Park: Meridian Ave N & N 50th St
Wednesdays 3pm-7pm | May 16—Sept 26

West Seattle Farmers Market
California Ave SW & SW Alaska St
Sundays 10am-2pm | Year round


Posted on May 4, 2018 at 9:49 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Community, Events |

Kenmore

Welcome to Kenmore! 

Nestled along the northern shores of Lake Washington, Kenmore is a small city that people love in part for its central location in the region. Whether you need to head toward Seattle or Bellevue for work, both are just to the south of Kenmore, and the many commuting options in the city (including seaplanes!) ensure you have a variety of choice to suit your own personal style.

Kenmore is home to a myriad of things to do, whether you need to enjoy some indoor activities with the family in the winter time, or want to get outside for some adventures in the sunshine when summer rolls around. Downtown Kenmore is brimming with up-and-coming amenities and attractions, and new developments (like the Lakepointe Development) offer even more opportunity for dining, shopping, housing, and more.


Getting Out & About

“St. Edward State Park is the highlight of Kenmore in terms of getting out into the woods and feeling like you’re miles from home, but you’re not. Miles of hiking and wooded biking trails are found at this stunning state park. There’s a pretty hike from the top of the hill all the way down to Lake Washington—don’t forget good shoes since it’s a little steep. [There’s also] a huge playground next to the old seminary is a highlight for families.”Jen Bowman

“Although we don’t get there often enough, my family and I love to explore the low forest hiking trails in St. Edward State Park, set on the Eastern shore of Lake Washington. Our more adventurous friends regularly go mountain biking on the many miles of trails in the park, with their 5- and 3-year-old in tow. There’s terrain for every skill level.”Claudette Meyer

“192 Brewing Co. and Cairn Brewing are right along the Burke Gilman Trail and family friendly. [There are] very cool outdoor spaces at 192 Brewing and Cairn Brewing have a very ‘Fremont’ vibe without having to head into Seattle!”Jen Bowman

“I’m also a big fan of 192 Brewing! Take a bike ride on the Burke Gilman and stop in on Sunday afternoons for live music in the outdoor beer garden!”Brian Hayter


Commuting From Kenmore 

“522 is the main drag in Kenmore and it connects commuters to [the] Eastside and Seattle. Bus stops are plentiful here! Also, the Burke Gilman trail runs between 522 and Lake Washington. Makes a VERY scenic route to work for cyclists who have a final destination in Redmond or Seattle (and places in between). [Also there are] seaplanes! Kenmore Air is a great options for chartering or taking scheduled flights to the San Juans, Canada, and beyond!”Jen Bowman


Homes in Kenmore

“New construction abounds in Kenmore. It’s Northshore School District, so get ready for a little sticker shock!”Jen Bowman

“[There are] many homes located on the river or up on the hill with lovely lake and sunset views. [There is also a] private golf community [called] Inglewood Country Club.”Michele Kimes


Want to learn more about living in Kenmore?

Keep exploring on our blog:


Posted on January 24, 2018 at 10:56 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Kenmore, North King County |

South Everett

Welcome to South Everett!

Described by local Brian Hayter as “growing, affordable, and convenient,” South Everett is in a wonderfully central location that offers great commuting options. But aside from being close to the many jobs and attractions in Everett, Seattle, and the surrounding areas, South Everett offers its own set of things to do and see! From excellent shopping, bountiful dining options, and lovely outdoor opportunities, South Everett offers its residents with a long list of top-notch city amenities to explore.

Take advantage of everything that South Everett has to offer all while benefitting from its affordability, wonderful sense of community, and of course, it’s aviation facilities and attractions. South Everett is home to Boeing, Paine Field, the FlyingHeritage & Combat Armor Museum, the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour, and more flight-inspired attractions.


Getting Out & About

“I love the silver lake park. Excellent facilities for big or small events at fort Patterson and great big huge place for kids to play. Paddle boarding kayak and tubing!” Janet Buehler

“Don’t forget Emory’s, a great place for dinner, and you can cozy up to the large outdoor fireplace too.” –Greg Buehler


Commuting from South Everett 

“Close enough to the city and the I-405 interchange yet far enough to feel like you’ve somewhat escaped! Quick commute up north if you’re headed to Lake Stevens or Bellingham.”Heather Potts


Homes in South Everett 

“A mix for sure. There are many older established nice neighborhoods, all different styles of homes, and a mix of new construction. Townhomes and condos as well.” –Heather Potts

“Lots of nice neighborhoods, accessible to everything, affordability.” –Brian Hayter


Want to learn more about living in South Everett?

Keep exploring on our blog:


Posted on October 2, 2017 at 9:03 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Everett, South Snohomish County | Tagged , ,

Your Guide to Dining & Shopping in the Mill Creek Town Center

One of Mill Creek’s top attraction is the popular Mill Creek Town Center! “The city now has a mixed-use, city-sponsored complex called the Mill Creek Town Center…,” shares our own Travis DeFries. “It is easy to spend several hours walking the sidewalks and checking out the small, local businesses, along with the numerous wonderful restaurants.”

Indeed, with everything at your fingertips, it’s hard not to feel like you’re in the big city: “I love the convenience and the downtown feel of the Mill Creek Town Center,” says Ginna Demme. “I can grab my coffee, get a manicure, grocery shop, and run other errands all in the same great spot!” Tonya Tye agrees, noting “the Town Center is a fun place to walk around, go for coffee, dessert or dinner.”

Here is your complete guide to dining and shopping in the Mill Creek Town Center (as recommended by locals!):


Central Market Mill Creek

  • Located at 15605 Main St. Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 7:00am-11:00pm

When it comes to grocery shopping in Mill Creek, no place beats the Town Center’s own Central Market. “Central Market is a destination grocery experience,” says Jen Bowman. “Best produce, delicious prepared foods for a quick and healthy meal, awesome sushi, and great floral selection for cut and potted plants and flowers.”

Heather Potts agrees, noting “Central Market Grocery Store has the best selection of fresh fruit, wine, seafood, meats, made-to-order sandwiches, fresh sliced deli meats and cheeses, a large selection of organic foods, sushi and more.” Follow Heather’s suggestions and “grab a bite to eat and enjoy the outdoor courtyard or stop to shop for a special dinner…” No matter what, you are sure to have a one-of-a-kind experience at this store that, as Heather simply puts, “has it all”!


Outdoor Concerts

  • Located at the Forum (15111 Main St. Mill Creek, WA 98012)
  • Hours: 6:00pm-8:00pm Wednesdays

There is much more to Mill Creek’s Town Center than just shopping, as Travis can tell you: “In the summer they have free outdoor concerts every Wednesday night from 6-8 PM. Bands that have played this year include Fabulous Roof Shakers, The Infinity Project, Big Dog Revue, High Voltage, Highway 9, Cherry Cherry, Sly Mr Y, Creme Tangerine and Ventura Highway Revisited.”

They have expanded this year’s series into September, so check out the Town Center events calendar for more info (and get your dancing shoes ready!).


Azul Restaurant & Lounge

  • Located at 15118 Main St. #100 Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 11:00am-1:00am Monday-Friday (Dinner served until 10:00pm Sunday-Thursday, 11:00pm Friday-Saturday) ; 9:00am-1:00am (Brunch 9:00am-3:00pm)

Whether you’re looking to wind down after a long work week or want to take the family out to a nice dinner, Azul Restaurant & Lounge is an excellent choice: “Azul Restaurant & Lounge is located in the Town Center and is open for lunch and dinner each day,” shares Travis. “Its upscale, casual environment, paired with the Latin-inspired cuisine, makes Azul a perfect gathering spot in Mill Creek.”

Check out their popular Happy Hour menu, featuring $2.00 chips and salsa, drink specials, and some of the best Mexican and Caribbean dishes this side of the border.


University Bookstore Mill Creek

  • Located at 15311 Main St. Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 9:00am-8:00pm Monday-Thursday; 9:00am-9:00pm Friday-Saturday; 10:00am-6:00pm Sunday

Back-to-school time is here again, which means it’s time to stock up on everything you will need to start the year off right. Luckily, Mill Creek Town Center is home to one of 6 local University Bookstores.

“UW Bookstore has great selection of gifts, UW apparel, and specialty magazines and newspapers,” says Jen. Indeed, whether you’re looking for a new book to read, some reference guides, or something to show off your Husky pride, you will find it and so much more here.


Elliott Bay Pizza & Pub

  • Located at 800 164th St. S.E. L Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 11:00am-9:00pm

What could be better than pizza? How about pizza paired with 18 varieties of cold craft beer? Elliott Bay Pizza & Pub is a local favorite and go-to spot for Travis and his family. This family-friendly locale is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and features one of the best menus in the Town Center.

“They make their own special dough each morning to be used for their incredible pizzas and sandwiches,” says Travis. “They also serve a wide variety of great pasta dishes and salads.” While you’re here, be sure to take advantage of their beer selection, too: “They have also become very well known in the area for their extensive beer selection and ever-changing beers on tap,” Travis shares. “If you are looking for something not found everywhere else, you need to come here!” Indeed, Elliott Bay Pizza & Pub is one pizza place you will definitely not want to pass up.


Pacific Fly Fishers

  • Located at 1018 164th St. S.E. Ste. A-22 Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 10:00am-7:00pm Monday-Friday; 10:00am-6:00pm Saturday; 11:00am-5:00pm Sunday

“If you’re a serious outdoorsman,” Becky Larsen states, “check out Pacific Fly Fishers. Expert service in your own backyard.” Indeed, everything from boats, flies, lines, and other fishing tools, to classes and water quality resources provided by passionate local fishers, gives you all you need to hone your skills and become a true master fisherman.


La Palmera Mill Creek

  • Located at 15224 Main St. #202 Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 11:00am-11:00pm Sunday-Thursday; 11:00am-1:00am Friday-Saturday

Opened in 1991, La Palmera has been serving up delicious, authentic Mexican cuisine for 26 years. “La Palmera is a favorite Mexican restaurant,” Becky says. “Family owned and great food.” If you’re a fan of grande burritos, sizzling fajitas, and margaritas made with premium tequila, this restaurant is the place for you.


Hot Yoga Inc. Mill Creek

  • Located at 15217 Main St. Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 6:00am-9:30pm Monday-Thursday; 6:00am-7:00pm Friday; 8:00am-5:00pm Saturday; 8:00am-6:30pm Sunday

If you’re looking to put a little more zen in your life, check out Hot Yoga Inc. This low-impact exercise routine works with your body’s natural range of motion to help you lose weight, de-stress, and become your best self.

As an added bonus, Heather shares that “Hot Yoga Inc. has a $10 new student 10/10 deal and [is] one of the only studios with infrared heating.”


Mill Creek Sports

  • Located at 13616 Bothell Everett Hwy. Mill Creek, WA 98012
  • Hours: 10:00am-6:00pm Monday-Saturday; closed Sunday

Local sports fans cannot seem to get enough of the new Mill Creek Sports, located just near the Town Center. “Just down the road is the location of the new Mill Creek Sports, which is known as one of the best sports memorabilia shops around,” shares Travis. “They outgrew their previous place in town and now have a huge 2-story facility to house their items.”

“Mill Creek Sports is known throughout the greater Seattle area as the place to go if you want sports memorabilia,” Brian Hayter notes. “They have an incredibly wide selection of authentic autographed Seattle and beyond sports items. A must see for a sports fan!” Travis agrees, adding that “several times per month they also bring in high profile current or retired sports stars to sign autographs. Anyone and everyone has been there to sign autographs!” Whether you’re looking for a gift or looking to meet your sports hero, you will love the offerings at Mill Creek Sports.



Posted on September 21, 2017 at 3:20 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Mill Creek |

Mill Creek

Welcome to Mill Creek! 

Located in Snohomish County and just about 20 miles northeast of Seattle, Mill Creek is a smaller community brimming with excellent amenities to take advantage of. Originally built around a country club and golf course that you can still enjoy today, Mill Creek offers a long list of city conveniences whether you’re looking for gorgeous outdoor opportunities or plenty of restaurants, shops, and activities close by.

In addition to the pristine Mill Creek Country Club and Golf Course, Mill Creek is brimming with ways to stay active. A long list of parks and an incredible trail system offers picturesque settings to enjoy, and parks and the incredible sports center will keep the whole family busy! Additionally, the Mill Creek Town Center is another top destination whether you want to have a delicious dinner out or spend the day shopping!

“Mill Creek officially incorporated on August 30th, 1983 and was built around the Mill Creek Country Club and its golf course. It currently has a population of just under 20,000 people. It is full of hiking/jogging trails throughout the wooded areas. The Country Club is a private club that has a gem of a golf course that people love to play!” –Travis DeFries


Getting Out & About

“There are some nice walking trails near the downtown area and around village green drive, many parks including a skateboard park. The towncenter is a fun place to walk around, go for coffee, dessert or dinner.” -Tonya Tye

“Central Market grocery store has the best selection of fresh fruit, wine, seafood, meats, made to order sandwiches, fresh sliced deli meats and cheeses, large selection of organic foods, sushi and more. Grab a bite to eat and enjoy the outdoor courtyard or stop to shop for a special dinner. This store has has it all.” -Heather Potts

“There is such a broad array of restaurants to choose from when meeting up with friends & clients. Something for everyone!” -Tonya Tye

“I love the convenience and the downtown feel of the Mill Creek Town Center! I can grab my coffee, get a manicure, grocery shop, and run other errands all in the same great spot!”-Ginna Demme

“One thing I also love about Mill Creek is all the doctors, walk in clinics and dentists that are in town. Super convenient to have so many health providers in close proximity.” -Jen Bowman

“Miles and miles of walking trails linking parks all over Mill Creek is one of my favorite features.” -Jen Bowman


Commuting from Mill Creek

Located just minutes from Interstate-5, Mill Creek is nestled in between Seattle and Everett. Mill Creek to Downtown Seattle is approximately 24 miles, while Mill Creek to Everett is just about 10 miles.


Homes in Mill Creek

“[Mill Creek is home to] nice planned single family and condo communities ranging from $500s and up in varying styles and ages.” -Tonya Tye


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Posted on September 19, 2017 at 10:18 pm
Jill Langer | Posted in City Guides, Mill Creek, South Snohomish County | Tagged