To Market! To Market! To Market!

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As the weather finally improves, three more outdoor markets this week, in Belltown, Georgetown and Pioneer Square.

Calder's Eagle (perched, by coincidence at the foot of Eagle Street) broods over three dozen freshly raised tents along the gravel pathway of the Olympic Sculpture Park. It's the sunniest day of the year so far, the Cascades backlit against the shimmering Sound. Music rises from the Bill & Melinda Gates amphitheater, echoing off the massive iron Wake by Richard Serra The Seattle Art Museum and the Seattle Farmers Market Association are reaching out to Belltown and Lower Queen Anne by hosting this market, which runs for the next eight Thursdays. There's even a blog:

Coming Saturday to Pioneer Square's Occidental Park, a new outdoor market called The Seattle Square. Not for farmers but for crafts, vintage and designer clothing, housewares, accessories, even furniture. The food element will come from Seattle's growing armada of mobile vendors. 11 to 5 every Saturday for the rest of the summer.

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