This Week at the Market

Plentiful produce!

2017

September Vendors

A Man and His Hoe, fresh produce, eggs, tofu, bread, fresh-made garlic salt.

Mimi’s Garden, Garden Plants: perennials and annuals including vegetable starts, fresh and chemical free (not certified organic) vegetables and fruit. Handmade Fine Soaps, lotions, creams, salves, lip balm, deodorant, cosmetics, and skin and hair treatments. Jewelry. Felted hair dreads, shopping bags, etc.

Lozano Farms, organic, freshly picked berries.

Sanchez Farm, Naturally grown produce: Lettuce, Radish, Carrots, Cabbage, Purslane, Corn, Squash, Green Beans, Tomatoes/Cherry, Kohlrabi, Eggplant, Turnips, Dry Beans, Spinach, Basil, etc.

Mae-B-Market, organic coffee beans; fun and useful metal and glass stuff, plants and produce, jewelry.

Allen Berry, Hand-carved utensils: spoons, spatulas, spreaders and spindles. (Sept. 14)

Dan Sweaney, Affordable art-glass birds.

Betty Seguin, Eastern WA fruit: peaches, pears, watermelon, corn.

Knock Out Bakery, Fruit pies, savory & sweet hand pies, assorted cookies, assorted pastries. (Sept. 14)

Present Valley Farm, radish, kale, salad greens, tomato, cucumber, fresh beans, arugula, herbs, beets, carrots, green onion.

Whitehorse Dahlias and Wood Works, dahlia bouquets in vases; and woodwork—boards, tables, etc.

John Braun, handmade wooden toys. (Sept. 7)

Hart’s Farm and Homestead, Locally grown zucchini, lettuce, carrots, onions, beans, etc.

Crepes Guy from Brittany, 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. Made with local products from scratch. We offer 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!

Bellingham Pasta Co., Fresh pasta and sauces.

Kittinitz, Felted hats, slippers, mittens. Knitted hats. (Sept. 7)

Raku and More, ceramics. (Sept. 14)

Banner Power Solutions, Come discuss your solar-power options. (Sept. 14)

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