Annual CHOMP! celebration returns to Marymoor Park

The free event will host live music, workshops and activities.

  • Thursday, August 16, 2018 12:30pm
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Celebrate all that is fresh, delicious, local and sustainable at CHOMP!, King County’s annual festival of local food, sustainable living, and family fun. Enjoy great musical performances such as Matisyahu, The True Loves, Caspar Babypants, and more at this free event at Marymoor Park.

In its fourth year, CHOMP! is set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18. This family-friendly event is hosted by King County Parks and features cooking demonstrations from Beecher’s Foundation Sound Food School, hands-on gardening and farming workshops, kids’ activities, a farmers market, live entertainment, and more.

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