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Month: November 2013

List of Vendors Expected this Saturday

These are some of the vendors that we are expecting this Saturday at our winter market.

Please come out and support our vendors –
8:30-12:30 Saturday, Nov. 23 at the Wildwood City Hall – 16860 Main Street, Wildwood MO 63040

All the Bows and Whistles has everything for little girls: bows, headbands, tutu’s, barrettes and more

Kathy Greenwood is back!! Her unique and beautiful Pysanky eggs are one of a kind

James Miller of Miller organics is bringing kale, a variety of winter squash, pie pumpkins, holiday center pieces and house plants

The McCallies of Wild flower Farm in Dittmer, MO: Don will have cuts of his Scottish Highland Coos grassfed beef and Peggy will have her handmade Highland sheep wool garb, shawls, capes, hats and more

Cindy O’Neill of Cindy’s for the Birds: Concrete leaf castings, bird baths, gourd creations and ornaments

Madi Hawn: inspirational fine art, photography, cards and calendars

Buddah Body and Bath….Kathleen and son Tad

Matt Keim wood turned vessels – cutting boards, bowls, pots, plates and more, utilitarian and esthetic pieces

Deborah Doolittle of March Lady Crafts and Sundries:
pinecone Christmas trees
tree ornaments
craft supplies
hand made craft gifts
stained glass window ornaments
and MORE

Dianna of Zingara Gems Jewelry will be joining us

Princess Delights Specialty breads, a variety of locally made from scratch gluten free, sugar free, all natural baked goods

ArtHouse Coffees, organic, fair trade, locally roasted coffee and coffee drinks…great coffee for a great cause

Karl Burgart and Crew of Healthy Harvest Gardens – Olea Estates Organic Greek Olive oil, Olives

Bob’s Honey:
Honey directly from the hive. Clover, locust flower or wildflower honey – the same way the bees get it…straight from the honeybee colony. Bob extracts his honey from the honeycomb, bottles it, labels it and provides it to you, pure, raw, natural.

Annette Hopkins of Trail Lodge Tea will have samples of her custom blended teas for you to try. She will have an assortment of tea related items as well.

Jennifer Harman handmade pottery: An assortment of unique, handcrafted pottery items as well as some large platters for holiday meals.

Buddha Bar: handmade soap, lotion, lip balm, eye pillows and soap gift sets

Two Men and a Garden : a variety of locally made salsas and pickles. They will also have gift packs; a salsa bowl with a jar of salsa in it, wrapped in cellophane with a cute bow and pepper tag.

Jewelry by Mary

Holiday Market Sat. Nov 23

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m, Saturday, Nov 23,

Make your shopping list and keep your eyes on the market pages for the updated vendor list.

The pre-holiday, indoor market location for November and December is the Wildwood City Hall atrium. The address is 16860 Main Street, Wildwood MO 63040.

We will be combining vendors from the Ellisville Community Farmers Market and the Wildwood Farmers Market for the next two months to bring you late fall, winter and greenhouse grown, local produce, meats, honey, baked goods, handcrafted artisan items and more.

Please stay posted for vendor listings and updates throughout the week.