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Market Report for June 28

The Wildwood Farmer’s Market must go on, rain or shine. Market hours are 8:30am-12:30pm. The market is located in the Wildwood Town Square, 220 Plaza Drive.

Come and enjoy live music, beverages, baked goods and BBQ along with local,  seasonal produce as well as hand made and home made artisan wares.  The vendor list may change, but this is who we have for now.

Art House Coffee from Maplewood MO brings locally roasted coffee (whole beans and ground) pour over hot coffee and cold brewed coffee drinks

Cadet Creek from Bonnets Mill MO- local, seasonal produce, greenhouse and garden grown

Healthy Harvest and Olea Estates from Wildwood MO-local, seasonal produce and organic Greek Olive Oil and Olives

Ray Rays Kettle Corn

Two Men and a Garden, Fenton MO- a variety of locally made salsas and pickles

My Little Garden Barrel-locally created, custom designed barrel for all your garden needs

Debby Doolittle of March Lady Gardens- Debby is back with her unique, succulent dish gardens

Adventures In Spice- locally created spice blends including sugar free and salt free

Debbie Sinn- Silpada sterling silver jewelry

Santa Fe Farm, Wildwood MO- local and seasonal produce, veggie plants and bundles of fire pit wood

Pop Pop and Company, Wildwood MO- local and seasonal produce

Millers Organics, Labadie MO- fresh cut flowers, kale

Robinson Family Farms, Wellsville MO – locally produced, pasture raised pork cuts

Maria Rossi, Wildwood MO- handmade scarves and wraps

Ryan Voelkel, Wildwood MO- handmade cards

Matt Keim, Pacific MO- hand turned wooden bowls, cutting boards and more

PM BBQ- breakfast biscuit sandwiches and smoked meats (pulled pork, ribs and chicken)

My Coconut Kitchen, Chesterfield MO – a variety of locally created coconut butters

Lisa Vogel, Eilerman Bros Farm and Orchard, Calhoun County, IL- berries, fruits, local produce, pies and turnovers

Trail Lodge Tea- locally created and custom blended teas

Welcome the Wilhelms to Wildwood

We are thrilled to welcome The Wilhelms for their first time at the Wildwood Farmers Market. Read the following review from KDHX.

At a glance, the Wilhelms appear to be a simplistic entity: two men playing two instruments, and singing. Only when you really start to listen does it becomes obvious that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Those familiar with Rough Shop will find the same level of musicianship in the Wilhelms.

The stripped-down arrangements show off just how well Wendland and Ploof are able to weave their voices and instrumentation into songs with unique flare. If you think folk music is bland and boring, give the Wilhelms a listen and see if they can’t change your tune.

Buckhannon Brothers to Brighten the Morning

Dennis and Curtis Buckhannon became hooked on old time music so long ago that neither of them can remember exactly how it happened. Old-time music is not just what they play: it’s a part of who they are.

In 1973, Curtis and Dennis formed an old-time string band called Cousin Curtis and the Cash Rebates. They had five pickers (fiddle, bass, mandolin, guitar and banjo) and frequently played for square dances and local establishments. The Cash Rebates are still playing today and although the membership has gone through several permutations, Curtis and Dennis remain at the center of the band. Since the late 1980’s, Curtis also plays with the Ill-Mo Boys.

Today, the Buckhannon Brothers perform in St. Louis as well as around east central Missouri and southern Illinois for square and line dances. They teach and call old-time square dances as well. The brothers perform at numerous old-time national music festivals, and have been instrumental (pun intended) in several projects dedicated to the preservation of old-time string band music, such as field recordings produced by the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts (University of Missouri at Columbia archives). Their talents as old-time musicians have been preserved for posterity on recordings archived in the Library of Congress and their recordings have been used as authentic auditory complements to two historical documentaries!

Little River Stomp, a marvelous CD recording of instrumental mandolin and guitar renditions of fairly obscure old-time tunes was recorded to help preserve an important element of American folk music: a fitting project for two brothers dedicated to performing traditional music together.

Website: http://thebuckhannonbrothers.com/