This Week at the Market

2017 Vendors

  1. A Man and His Hoe, fresh produce, eggs, tofu, bread.
  2. Mimi’s Garden, Garden Plants: perennials and annuals including vegetable starts, fresh and chemical free (not certified organic) vegetables and fruit. Fine handmade soaps, lotions, creams, salves, lip balm, deodorant, cosmetics, and skin and hair treatments. Jewelry. Felted hair dreads, shopping bags, etc.
  3. Cape Horn Nursery, veggie and bedding plants, herbs.
  4. Serendipity Glass and Rebottleworks, repurposed bottles and vintage beads, chain, and silver spoons, spreaders and cocktail forks into snack tray sets. Bottles cut into wind chimes and bottle lanterns. Fused glass bead jewelry and garden art.
  5. Lozano Farms, organic, freshly picked berries.
  6. Ashlyn Nicole Soaps, Handcrafted organic soaps, lotions, & bath products using organic ingredients from Washington suppliers. Each item is handcrafted in small batches & tested for quality control.
  7. Sharon Maupin, small wood crafts, twig art, jewelry and holders, sun and dream catchers.
  8. Hayton Farms Berries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, tay/logan/marion. Most of our berries are certified organic.
  9. Heart Rock Life, Pebble Art Designs by Amanda Adair I create beach pebble pictures and scenes, using pebbles, driftwood, shells, twigs, and mosses. I do both framed and unframed/ matted pictures. I also design and create beach pebble jewelry: leather cuffs bracelets, leather, copper, silver, and stainless bracelets, earrings, necklaces, etc. I primarily use recycled/ up-cycled metals and leathers, and beach pebbles and stones found through the Puget Sound areas.
  10. Mary Kirk, veggie and flower plants. Planters, wood garden signs, jewelry.
  11. Sanchez Farm, Naturally grown produce: Lettuce, Radish, Carrots, Cabbage, Purslane, Corn, Squash, Green Beans, Tomatoes/Cherry, Kohlrabi, Eggplant, Turnips, Dry Beans, Spinach, Basil, etc.
  12. Wendy Mossman, Crocheted rugs (wool or cotton), washcloths, market bags, bath poufs, flowers. Buttons and flowers from repurposed needlework. Herb planters made from repurposed jars (for window sills).
  13. Erin Vanhee, LMT, Herbalist, plant crafter of artisan herbals. Specializing in herbs for pain, practitioner of the Hawaiian bodywork, Lomilomi. Producing small batches of bio-regional herbals: Oils, salves, blended extracts that target the physiological and emotion of healing. I compliment my products with education (I teach an apprenticeship as well as harvesting classes ad short fun intro classes at my clinic http://www.erinvanhee.net
  14. Mae-B-Market, organic coffee beans; fun and useful metal and glass stuff, plants and produce, jewelry.
  15. Vagabond Trailer Food, fried chicken, biscuits and sweet tea.
  16. Allen Berry, hand-carved spoons, spindles and more, made entirely by hand using local wood.
  17. Dan Sweaney, affordable art glass birds.
  18. Betty Seguin, Eastern WA fruit and local produce
  19. Blanchard Mountain Farm, local produce
  20. Knock Out Bakery, All kinds of pies
  21. Present Valley Farm, Dayna Loeffler, radish, kale, salad greens, tomato, cucumber, fresh beans, arugula, herbs, beets, carrots, green onion.
  22. Whitehorse Dahlias and Wood Working, dahlias and woodwork.
  23. Napping Lion, Local flowers and produce.
  24. John Braun, Handmade wooden toys.
  25. Crepes Guy from Brittany, Using local products and making everything from scratch, offering healthy food, for our bodies, our environment and our local economy. I spent 35 years in Brittany, where galettes and crêpes are the traditional food. I am very enthusiastic about sharing my expertise with the local community! Offering freshly made crêpes and galettes (savory crêpes with a buckwheat batter). Plain to-go by the half-dozen, or made ready-to-order to enjoy a meal or a snack at the market.
  26. Shambala Bakery, Gluten-free baked goods made with locally milled, mostly-organic ancient grain flours, plus all the finest NON GMO ingredients. These are tasty, hand-crafted artisan breads the whole family will devour even if they have no food sensitivities!
  27. Bio-Myco Solutions, Bokashi Bran which is used in the Bokashi Composting system– a Japanese technology where one can ferment all their food waste indoors, year round with ease. This system turns food scraps into soil in about 6 weeks.
  28. Hart’s Farm and Homestead, Locally grown Japanese greens, lettuce, carrots, onions, peas, etc.
  29. West Coast Pops, Local, handmade, all-natural gourmet popsicles.
  30. Wildwood Flowers, Locally grown fresh cut field flower mixed bouquets all summer long! Also dried flower bouquets and wreaths.
  31. Skagit Sun, Local berries.
  32. Bellingham Pasta Co., Fresh pastas and sauce.

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