Harvest Greetings Neighbors!
Thanksgiving this year lands on Chimacum Corner Farmstand’s second anniversary, marking 2 years of serving you! We are most thankful and indebted to our incredible community, our farmers, and the glorious earth itself in this country’s far corner. In celebration of our anniversary, we’ll be doing what we do best – selling high quality foods from as close to home as possible – roots, brassicas, squash, mashers, turkeys, and the list goes on. Grab a pencil and plan your feast!
This year you will have 2 options by which to order your Thanksgiving fixings. Pre-ordering helps us anticipate your needs and lets you rest easy that your provisions will be reserved.
Option #1: Order in the store by dropping by and picking up a form or by printing the form up yourself. Your order needs to be dropped off by closing (7pm) on Wednesday, Nov 14th. You can specify whether you want to pick up your order in the store on Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday (Nov 18, 19, or 20).
Option #2: Order online through our “All-One-Family” online store – Chimacum Corner’s Delivery Service (which you can learn about by clicking here). Place your order and specify which delivery spot you’d like your Thanksgiving fixings taken to: Chimacum, Port Townsend, Woodinville, Shoreline, Kingston, Silverdale, Bremerton, or Bainbridge Island. Online orders need to be placed by Wednesday, Nov 14th at midnight. Deliveries will be on Monday and Tuesday (Nov 19 and 20).
We look forward to serving you and wish you and your families both a filling and fulfilling Thanksgiving!
Please email us or call (360-732-0107) with any questions or special requests concerning your Thanksgiving needs.
PIES: We have decided not to act as a pie-ordering middle man this year, but instead have put together an informational document that lists for you 6 local bakers from whom you can order directly. For each we’ve included their phone number, pie selections, and the “order by” date.
With Gratitude, the whole crew at Chimacum Corner“Your friend is your field which you sow with love and reap with thanksgiving.” Kahlil Gibran