Vegetables and farmers alike marched into Duvall’s Depot Park to conclude the 2017March of the Vegetables parade. This year’s parade is set for Saturday, March 24. Visit <a href="http://www.marchofthevegetables.org" target="_blank">www.marchofthevegetables.org</a> for more information. (File Photo)

Vegetables and farmers alike marched into Duvall’s Depot Park to conclude the 2017March of the Vegetables parade. This year’s parade is set for Saturday, March 24. Visit www.marchofthevegetables.org for more information. (File Photo)

March of the Vegetables returns to Duvall Saturday, March 24

  • Monday, March 5, 2018 12:40pm
  • Life

The March Of The Vegetables parade will return to Duvall starting at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 24.

The parade was envisioned as a way to celebrate farmers, artists, and the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. Several art classes are being held in advance of the parade to give people an opportunity to create vegetable art for the parade.

This year’s event will include a giant puppet, created by community members under the direction of local artists. All community members are welcome to participate. Learn more at www.marchofthevegetables.org.

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