The 29th annual farm fair on Saturday will provide a wonderful opportunity for youth and adults to celebrate the season at historic Kelsey Creek Farm.
Featured attractions will include heritage demonstrations by the Eastside Heritage Center, barnyard animals, pony rides, pumpkin decorating, inflatables, live entertainment by Cowboy Buck and tractor-pulled wagon rides by NW Vintage Tractor Clubs. Entrance to the event is free, though costs vary for some activities.
Kelsey Creek Farm is located at 410 130th Pl. SE. Free parking and shuttles will run from Bannerwood Sports Park, 1630 132nd Ave. SE. and the Wilburton Park & Ride, 720 114th Ave. SE. The last shuttle from the event will depart at 4:15 pm.
Kelsey Creek Farm's history as a farm dates back to 1921 when tree stump-covered land was cleared for what became a popular family-operated dairy called Twin Valley Farm.
The City of Bellevue began purchasing the land for Kelsey Creek Farm beginning in 1968. The fair began in the 1980s as a holiday art event for park art classes. The entire event was housed in the Education Barn and had approximately 200 visitors.
The Farm Fair is now a popular community event, attracting more than 10,000 visitors each year.
For more information about the Kelsey Creek Farm Fair, please call the Parks & Community Services Dept. at 425-452-6885, email email@example.com or see the flyer.
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