Vegetables and farmers marched into Duvall’s Depot Park last spring, to conclude the March of the Vegetables parade and start a community festival. This year’s March of the Vegetables is set for March 24. (File Photo)

Vegetables and farmers marched into Duvall’s Depot Park last spring, to conclude the March of the Vegetables parade and start a community festival. This year’s March of the Vegetables is set for March 24. (File Photo)

Lantern workshop Jan. 13 starts season of creativity for March of the Vegetables

  • Tuesday, January 2, 2018 12:48pm
  • Life

To kick off the upcoming March of the Vegetables parade in Duvall, event organizers are hosting a lantern-making workshop for families, 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, at Northwest Art Center, 15705 Main St NE, Duvall.

Spend an afternoon of creativity making lanterns, to show off in a mini parade that evening. Classes include an all-ages sessions making basic lanterns and a more intricately-patterned lantern workshop for adults.

Cost is $20 to $30 depending on the workshop. Register at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3184856.

Learn more at http://savorsnoqualmievalley.org/event/march-vegetables-kick-off.

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