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Month: October 2014

Regular Market Season Has Come to an End

Thank you all for a wonderful season. The regular Saturday market is now over but we will have one winter market in November and one in December in the Wildwood City Hall. We will post the dates as soon as we get a confirmation from the city as to when we can hold the events.

Market Report for Oct. 11

Saturday is our last regular farmers market. We will have one on November and one in December. We anticipate a colorful array of local late season produce as well as a variety of homemade, handmade products.

Market hours are 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The market is located in the Wildwood Town Square, 220 Plaza Drive.

  • Cadet Creek from Bonnets Mill MO – local produce
  • Two Men and a Garden, Fenton MO – a variety of locally made salsas and pickles
  • Bob’s Honey – Local fresh delicious healthy honey
  • Noble Canine Bakery – Healthy dog treats
  • Sunny Creek – Locally raised beef, pork and poultry
  • Art House Coffee returning for our coffee fanatics with locally roasted coffee
  • Ken’s Pepper Works – A variety of locally created hot sauces
  • Art House Coffee – Locally roasted fair trade coffee
  • Adventures in Spice – Locally prepared custom spice blends
  • James Miller – Miller’s Organic – Lot’s of pumpkins and more
  • Ray Ray’s Kettle Corn
  • Beaded Cauldron – Handmade jewelry

Market Report Oct. 3

It was a crazy BBQ bash weekend last week and we are ready to get back to our regular routine.

We will have a whole range of produce and great handmade homemade products at the market tomorrow. There will be lots of seasonal, local late-summer produce. Market hours are 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The market is located in the Wildwood Town Square, 220 Plaza Drive.

  • Cadet Creek from Bonnets Mill MO – local produce
  • Two Men and a Garden, Fenton MO – a variety of locally made salsas and pickles
  • Bob’s Honey – Local fresh delicious healthy honey
  • Noble Canine Bakery – Healthy dog treats
  • Sunny Creek – Locally raised beef, pork and poultry
  • Art House Coffee returning for our coffee fanatics with locally roasted coffee
  • Cindy’s for the Birds – concrete leaf castings, bird baths and yard ornaments
  • My Creative 123 – Worry dolls, jewelry, handmade cards
  • Ken’s Pepper Works – A variety of locally created hot sauces
  • Aiste Ashmore of Baltic Town Mercantile will have hand knitted and crocheted items
  • Art House Coffee – Locally roasted fair trade coffee
  • Debbie Sinn – Silver jewelry
  •  Maria Rossi – Scarves and purses
  • Laine Boyd – local author doing a book signing of her new novel set in St. Louis
  • Adventures in Spice – Locally prepared custom spice blends