This Week at the Market

Moondance Farm will bring a truckload of seasonal produce.

Nana Thebus’s whimsical ceramics.

Samish Bay’s artisanal cheeses.









Bellingham Pasta will bring fresh pastas and sauces.







Eric Miller

Music: Eric Miller, 11 – 3:00

Come enjoy hot cider; stay for lunch.

Holiday Festival Vendors:

  1. Mary Gregg Byrne, Water color and oil paintings, originals framed and unframed, prints, cards and children’s books.
  2. Mimi’s Garden, All natural soaps, lotions, face cream, bath bombes, lip balm, and body butter.
  3. Michael Moons, Handmade jewelry and purses. Quality hand-forged sterling silver constructed with gems; custom vintage-style and cigar box purses.
  4. Earth Mama & Dave Too, Lovely Christmas wreaths, hand crafted birch and cherry wood lamps, sedum baskets.
  5. Wendy Mossman, Rugs crocheted from repurposed cotton or wool crocheted bags, bath and car coffee sets
  6. Bird in Hand Design, Enameled and gemstone jewelry, scrap leather earrings, fabric dog collars, flax seed herbal neck, collage light switch covers, repurposed tile coasters, wood beaded and leather key chains, cards printed with hand carved stamps, & screen-printed up-cycled clothing and bags.
  7. Nana Thebus, Handbuilt stoneware decorative accessories for home and garden.
  8. Bev’s Bags, Handmade items of denim, fine fabrics and recycled jeans.
  9. Spoons to Rings, Spoon rings and other jewelry created from antique silverware.
  10. Laura Campbell, Rose hip wreaths and more.
  11. Slow Art Studio, Journals, original art cards, block prints, recycled book art.
  12. Noel Jewelry, Handmade silver and stone jewelry (
  13. Cedar Plank Seafoods, Wild Alaskan halibut, black cod, salmon, and smoked salmon direct from the fisherman.
  14. Carol Evans Art, Sgraffito fused glass and enamel paint on glass.
  15. Crepes Guy, Buckwheat galettes; crepes, and soup.
  16. Kittynitz, Handmade felted slippers and mittens; knitted hats.
  17. Knock Out Bakery, Savory and sweet hand pies, regular pies.
  18. Conic Roasting, Specialty roasted coffee sourced from farmers around the world. Buy by the bag, or have a cup of their pour over.
  19. Bruce Bowen’s Bees, Local raw honey.
  20. Allen Berry, Hand-carved utensils from local wood, no power tools used.
  21. Dan Sweaney, Affordable art-glass birds.
  22. John Braun, Handmade wooden toys.
  23. Schoonover Farm, Shetland fleece and yarn.
  24. Bow Hill Blueberries, Organic blueberry products: juice, dried, frozen, powdered, gift packs.
  25. Fully Fleeced, Yarn, carded fiber, knitted hats, knitted ornaments
  26. Tami Cummings, Aromatherapy.
  27. Samish Bay Cheese, Artisanal cheeses.
  28. Nick Ivancovich, Turned wood items.
  29. Present Valley Farm, Kale, spinach, green onions, radish, collard greens, carrots, beets, salad mix, leeks.
  30. Man & His Hoe, Handmade tofu, fresh-made garlic salt, handmade sourdough bread.
  31. Raku and More, Raku pottery.
  32. Sally by the Sea, Screened kitchen towels and metal art.
  33. LEAF Soaps LLC, Soaps and bath goods.
  34. Bellingham Pasta, Fresh pasta and sauces.
  35. Moondance Farm, Local seasonal produce.
  36. Bellingham Mobile Massage, Chair massage.
  37. Sauk Farm LLC, Organically grown apples, dried 100% apple chips, apple pie ice cream and apple cider.
  38. Decatur Island Custom Knives, Bring your knives to be sharpened for the Holidays. Also, custom knives made with local wood handles.
  39. Adrienne Bourque, wreaths, suet bird feeders, house plants, raspberry vinegar, and concrete dog paws.
  40. Sujin’s Kimchi, Handmade fermented products including several varieties of kimchi, turmeric and more.

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