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Kai Ottesen manages Hedlin Family Farms in La Conner, which will sell fresh fruit and produce at the Bellevue Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Farmers Market

THE BELLEVUE FARMERS MARKET’S 15TH SEASON OPENS MAY 17 AND RUNS THROUGH OCT. 11. By Raechel Dawson rdawson@soundpublishing.com

Organic produce, fresh flowers, food trucks, artisanal desserts, live music and crafts galore – there’s nothing quite like a good ol’ fashion farmers market to let you know spring has sprung. This May, the Bellevue Farmers Market will open among several Eastside farmers markets. Others will make their debut in June.

In its 15th year, the Bellevue Farmers Market already has 60 vendors signed up. From farmers, fishers and foragers, to artisan food producers, wineries, breweries and cideries, there’s no shortage of local flavor to go around for foodies. “We have new, diversified products and new offerings,” Bellevue Farmers Market executive director Natalie Evans said of this 2018 season. “Bellevue will be really excited.” This year, the market will be

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held every Thursday from 3-7 p.m., May 17 through Oct. 11. The weekly event has consistently attracted between 1,2001,500 people and also acts as a platform for nonprofits, groups or other agencies. In the past, King County’s library van has come through and nonprofits like the Master Gardeners, Bellevue Green Cleaning and PCC Farm Land Trust have done interactive tabling. This year, the market has a robust music scene, which

includes local artists, such as “Haggis Brothers,” “Larry Murante,” “A Well Known Stranger,” and “Diego Chavez and Kevin Buster,” among others. Chef demonstrations, led by executive chef from Lincoln Square is Daniel Laferriere, will also be held once a month during the peak season. Laferriere will show patrons how to use the farmers market’s fresh produce in interesting and unique dishes. Approximately

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15 chefs will assist Laferriere with the demos. Children will also have an opportunity to learn about healthy vegetables and fruits with the farmers market’s POP Club, now in its third year. The program is open to children ages 3-12 and will allow participants to have a “Passport to Health” log. According to the Bellevue Farmers Market’s website, children will receive stamps each See MARKET, Page 10

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time they take two bites of a new fruit or vegetable. After they complete the challenge, they’ll receive $2 in market tokens to spend on produce. In addition, there are weekly activities on food, nutrition, healthy living, gardening and more. Evans said the free program will expand to 22 weeks this year, as opposed to its previous 12 weeks. The program promotes illage Theatre will close out their season with an all-new stage production of the Broadway hit musical, “Hairspray,” starting May 10. CARNATION Tracy Turnblad is a FARMERS MARKET big girl with big hair and Opening 3 p.m., May 1 an evenday: bigger dream: to dance3-7 her way onto Tuesdays, p.m., May through October national TV, dethrone the Location: reigningStossel teen Avenue queen,Northwin east &, W Bird St, of Carnation, the affections the local WA 98014 heartthrob, and integrate Information: carnationfarmersa TV network… all without market.org denting her ‘do! The Tony and Drama REDMOND Desk Award-winning Best SATURDAY MARKET Musical teach us to look Opening day: 9 a.m., May 5 past skin color and size in Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May the fight for equal rights. through October. “What excites me about Location: 7730 Leary Way, this show, ” co-director Redmond, Wa 98052 Timothy McCuen Piggee Information: redmondsaturdaysaid, “is that we get to tell market.org stories that humanize in a ISSAQUAH FARMERS world that constantly works to dehumanize. This play is MARKET really clever Opening day: 9 because a.m., May it 5 offers the opportunity examine Saturdays, 9 a.m. to to 2 p.m., May issues like racism, sizeism, through September homophobia, bias. Location: Pickeringand Barn, 1730 ThisAve. show thoughtful 10th NW,isIssaquah, WA and 98027 courageous and I’m excited www.ci.issaquah. Information: to bring it to life with such a wa.us/market strong team of individuals.” “Hairspray” will be the SAMMAMISH last show for co-director FARMERS MARKET Steve Tomkins as Village Opening day: 4 p.m., director. May 9 Theatre’s artistic Wednesdays, 4-8 p.m., “I’ve been readyMay and through excitedSeptember for this day for a

Curtain call: The musical will be the last show directed by Steve Tomkins as Village Theatre’s artistic director.

healthy food choices and teaches children how to use money. “We always want to be better and do better,” Evans said. “Our ultimate goal is to create an event that is supportive of small family farms and new food-based business in our region, as well as an event that is festive, fun, educational, fosters community in the Bellevue area and adds value to those living and playing in Bellevue.” For more information on the Bellevue Farmers Market, visit bellevuefarmersmarket.org.

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SEATTLE FILM FEST PLANS BELLEVUE, VIEW | ART GALLERY OF SNOVALLEY — CINCO DE MAYO AND 2ND KIRKLAND ANNIVERSARY PARTY The Art Gallery of SnoValley will host a Cinco de Mayo party in conjunction with their second SCREENINGS anniversary celebra-

YidLife Crisis, viral web series sitcom that follows the shenanigans (or rather, mishegas), of two bilingual, 30-something, Yiddish-speaking liberal Jews, will soon perform live. The show’s creators, Eli Batalion (Leizer) and Jamie Elman (Chaimie), best friends and debating adversaries, discuss the show and tackle life, love, and lactose intolerance in this live version of their web show. Their short films have also been featured at the Seattle Jewish Film Festival. Early attendance will get patrons a DJ mixer: drinks and dancing. When: 8 p.m., May 5 Where: Stroum Jewish Community Center, 3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island

tion. Music, margaritas, food and festivities will be available for guests. When: 5-9 p.m., May 5 Where: 8130 Railroad Ave., Snoqualmie

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illage Theatre will close out their season with an all-new stage production of the Broadway hit musical, “Hairspray,” starting May 10. Tracy Turnblad is a big girl with big hair and an even bigger dream: to dance her way onto national TV, dethrone the reigning teen queen, win the affections of the local heartthrob, and integrate a TV network… all without denting her ‘do! The Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning Best Musical teach us to look past skin color and size in the fight for equal rights. “What excites me about this show,” co-director Timothy McCuen Piggee said, “is that we get to tell stories that humanize in a world that constantly works to dehumanize. This play is really clever because it offers the opportunity to examine issues like racism, sizeism, homophobia, and bias. This show is thoughtful and courageous and I’m excited to bring it to life with such a strong team of individuals.” “Hairspray” will be the last show for co-director Steve Tomkins as Village Theatre’s artistic director. “I’ve been ready and excited for this day for a

long time,” Tompkins said. ” ‘Hairspray’ is one of the funniest and most delightful musicals ever. As we’ve been working, we’ve discovered all the depth and layers involved in this show. It takes place in the 1960s, but the message is relevant and perfect for today.” After 25 years of dedicated leadership, Tomkins

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life. Together with executive producer Robb Hunt, Tomkins has helped cultivate the organization into the largest fully producing theatre in the Pacific Northwest, with five buildings in two cities, 20,000 Season Ticket holders, and an annual operating budget of $13.2 million. Making her Village Theatre debut as Tracy Turnblad is Callie Williams. Joining her are Nick DeSantis (“Les Misérables”) as Edna Turnblad, Jason Kappus (“National Tour of Jersey Boys” and “Legally Blonde”) as Corny Collins, Shaunyce Omar (“My Heart is the Drum,” “Chicago”) as Motormouth Maybelle, Beth DeVries (“Les Misérables”) and Tori Grasham as mother and daughter duo Velma and Amber Von Tussle, Ethan Carpenter (Disney’s “Newsies”) as teen heartthrob Link Larkin, Becca Orts (“Mary Poppins,” “Funny Girl”) as Penny Pingleton, Charles Simmons (“Dreamgirls”) as Seaweed J. Stubbs, Belle Pugh and Jayden

Terry-Olson as Little Inez, Peter Cook (“Cabaret”) as goofy dad Wilbur Turnblad, John X Deveney as Mr. Pinky, and Christine Riippi as Prudy Pingleton. Rounding out the ensemble is Tate Busby, William Dean, Alexandria Henderson, Carly Squires Hutchison, Jordan Jackson, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Elena Joyner, Claire Marx, John David Scott, Jimmy Shields, Jasmine Jean Sim, Chandler T., and Imani Woodley. Joining co-directors Tomkins and Timothy McCuen Pigge are choreographer Crystal Dawn Munkers, music director R.J. Tancioco, scenic designer Carey Wong, lighting designer Michael Gilliam, costume designer Alex Jaeger, and resident sound designer Brent Warwick. Hairspray will be onstage in Issaquah May 10 – July 1 before moving to Village Theatre’s Everett location from July 6 – 29. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit villagetheatre.org.

he Seattle International Film Festival will hold two screenings at Eastside locations this spring. Recognized as one of the top film festivals in North America, the Seattle International Film Festival is the longest, most highly attended film festival in the United States, reaching more than 145,000 annually. The 25-day festival is renowned for its wide-ranging and eclectic programming, presenting over 400 features, short films, and documentaries from over 80 countries each year. From May 18-31, screenings will be held at Bellevue’s Lincoln Square Cinemark Theatres, 700 Bellevue Way NE. And from May 31-June 3, the Kirkland Performance Center will host screenings. The Kirkland Performance Center is located at 350 Kirkland Ave. The 44th Seattle International Film Festival’s long-term partnerships with cinema across the metro area is what makes SIFF a festival for the entire community, members of SIFF said. “Each of our partners plays a huge role in their neighborhood, and we love joining them during SIFF,” SIFF Artistic Director Beth Barrett said in a news release. “From historic movie palaces, masonic temples, and cinematic complexes, we bring the world’s stories to you.” Individual tickets go on sale to the public May 3. For more information or to see a complete schedule of screenings throughout the area, visit SIFF.net.


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