Help Us Get the Word Out!

Help Us Get the Word Out!

We have a number of really exciting upcoming neighborhood events, and we could use your help in spreading the word.

Like most all-volunteer organizations, we’re limited by funds and manpower. We can’t afford to print enough flyers to reach everyone — and even if we did, we don’t have enough members to make sure that a copy is delivered to everyone in the neighborhood.

So please download the flyers below (they’re standard PDFs) and print out a copy or two for your neighbors, church, or workplace. It would lift some of the load from our shoulders, and it would make sure that more and more people hear about these great neighborhood events.

The 2-up/4-up ones will need to be cropped accordingly. Or you can click on the icons above to access 1-up versions of all the flyers.

Thanks on behalf of the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council for any help you’re able to offer! And if you have time, please leave some info in the comments about where you’ll be flyering — we naturally don’t want to cover the same area twice.

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2 thoughts on “Help Us Get the Word Out!

  1. Hi there. I have some questions. For the Farmer’s Market do we provide a table and canopy? I don’t accept EBT or credit cards, is that a problem? Thanks, Anne Luttrull, owner of The Father’s Table.

    1. Vendors are expected to provide their own tables and canopies. For vendors without a canopy, we can try to arrange a space in the shade.

      There’s no need for vendors to accept EBT or credit/debit themselves (although it’s perfectly fine if they do). The market itself will have a table that will handle EBT/credit/debit payments on behalf of vendors. Like most markets in Spokane and elsewhere, we’ll have a “market currency” — typically wooden coins in $1 and $5 denominations — that will be given in exchange for central EBT/credit/debit payments.

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