Jen's Signs 7605 SE 27th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Jen's Signs specializes in hand-crafting signs, frames and blocks, which are typically used for home decor. Whether you…More live in a cabin, love the beach or want to wish friends a happy holiday, the business probably has a sign to suit your sentiment. Some examples include wooden block signs, Christmas and Thanksgiving signs and nautical flags. Shipping costs are calculated based on overall weight and destination.
The Mercer Island Farmers Market, a non-profit corporation, is dedicated to healthy living, offering fresh locally…More grown produce, organic and sustainable foods, and ready to eat foods. In its commitment to help support local farmers, this producer/grower only market is open seasonally each Sunday from 11am to 3pm at Mercerdale Park.</p>
<p>Full Circle Farms from Carnation (organic fruits and vegetables), Crown S Ranch from Winthrop (grass-fed cattle, pigs, chickens and turkeys), Rockridge Orchards & Cidery of Enumclaw and the Sweet As Can Be Honey Farm from Bellevue are a sampling of vendors who make up this vibrant market.</p>
<p>Each Sunday the market features a different activity--chef demonstrations, cookbook authors or music entertainers. There is always a children's table with some enticing activity, such as Berry Ink or Slug Traps. The market exists with the help of many volunteers and has a zero waste policy--anything consumed is recycled or composted. A pre-Thanksgiving harvest market is scheduled for the Sunday before Thanksgiving - 11/21/2010, 11am - 3pm.</p>
The Mercer Island Clergy Association (MICA), founded in the late 1970s,is a group of religious leaders who meet on…More the third Wednesday of each month (except December) from noon to 1:30pm. Members discuss matters of shared interest to the Island's faith communities, plan interfaith community religious events and provide colleague support. Typically, members are ordained clergy in their respective faith traditions or are appointed representatives from a faith community active on the Island.</p>
<p>Each year the Clergy Association holds an interfaith community Thanksgiving Eve prayer service that rotates between local congregations. MICA also participates in the annual baccalaureate for Mercer Island's graduating high school Seniors.</p>
<p>Those who are not regular members of MICA, but who would like to address the group at a meeting, should contact the acting president of MICA to be added to the agenda. The current president of MICA is Rev. Mark Travis, Congregational Church of Mercer Island.</p>