b'JANET PODSADASILVANAOne little, two little, three little piggies at the annual Silvana Fair.Downtown Silvana can be summed up in a singular streeta clipping ELISE JONESof blocks along the picturesque Pioneer Highway. Comprised of fewer than 100 residents and 1.5 square miles of land, Silvanas sweetness originates from its small-town simplicity. Surrounded by a handful of functioning farms, a mercantile, restaurant, spa, destination worthy butcher shop and a vintage shop line one side of the street. J ust a few miles off I-5, the southernThey bring people back with their generous entrance to Silvana is a trip throughportions and friendly service. At Silvana pastoral farmland with grazing sheepMeats, reviews from locals and out-of-towners and rough A-frame signs announcing raw milkalike rave about their pepperoni sticks and at Silvana Creamery. Hazel Blue Acres is agarlic sausage.family farm that grows blueberries, hazelnuts,Craving bacon? Call ahead to Stoffel Farm for and other various crops. Their certifiedheritage pork products including pork roast, organic blueberries are the farms claim tospare ribs, and a variety of sausages, chops fame, enjoy picking your own or if you are inand more. Stop in at Silvana Produce stand a rush swing by and grab some ready go. Coolfor some seasonal fruits and veggies. Relax off with their amazing blueberry ice-creamand unwind at Spa Violet Ray, a full-service in the summertime. If you are in the area inbeauty salon and day spa. Promoters of health, July, the Silvana Fair has been a communitywellness and beauty, this boutique focuses gathering for the past 70 years, plus parkingon hair, skin, mind and body with services and entrance is always free. Its a classic small- ranging from facials and waxing to reflexology town experience you cant find anywhere else. treatments. Visit the Little White ChurchBrain Freeze! But yummy ice cones are the perfect way This is where local youth prepare to take theiron the Hill located off Pioneer Highway forto cool off on a hot summer day.entries to the larger Stanwood-Camano faira little local history. This quaint church was the following week. built by pioneer families in 1890 and overlooks Willow & Jims Country Caf is where localsthe beautiful Stillaguamish Valley making a and visitors alike enjoy home-style cooking inpicturesque site for weddings and events.a neighborly atmosphere, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with country hospitality. 16Discover Stanwood-CamanoSpring/Summer 2020'