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Market update for July 4

The Wildwood Farmers Market will be open 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday July 4.

We will have a kid’s tent with activities, live music, ready to eat prepared food, lots of summer produce including sweet corn, tomatoes, peaches and berries. We also have locally raised, all natural meat vendors along with baked goods and other handmade, homemade and home-grown food items and artisan wares.

Save the date, make your grocery list and plan on supporting the market. Stay tuned for the latest vendor updates and produce report.

Market Report June 27

The reports are that there will be corn and cantaloupes at the market this week!

We are looking at a record number of vendors for tomorrow’s market and we are thrilled with the number of produce vendors and the amount of produce that they will have on hand.

Please plan on shopping at the market so the vendors know that Wildwood appreciates their farmers market.

So far we have heard from the following produce vendors:

Cadet Creek:
Corn, cantaloupes, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchinis, cherry tomatoes, green beans, potatoes, yellow squash, onions, kohlrabi, beets, blueberries

Peaches, blueberries, black raspberries, zucchini, yellow squash, peppers, pies and turnovers

Stuckmeyers :
Red and green cabbage, zucchini, yellow squash, kale, green onions, beets, green beans, sweet corn, tomatoes

Wilson Produce – Local, seasonal produce

Other vendors at the market include:

Adventures in Spice – local, custom blended herb and spices

The Bent Pig – Fresh and locally made cherry wood smoked pork butt, cherry bratwurst and sides

The Cabinetry – Handmade wooden toys for girls and boys. Such things as doll beds for 18 inch dolls, cribs, high chairs, school desks (all these listed are for dolls), treasure chests, steamer trucks, dump trucks, pull trains, pull animal toys, planes, tractor and dump wagon.

Eggs by Kathy – Beaded bracelets and hand decorated Pysanky eggs

El Chico Bakery – Fruit filled empanadas, cookies, and icey fruit pops

Clover Vally Beef – A 5th generation family farm selling locally produced, all natural beef.

Gayle Maltzman –  hand decorated shirts, hoodies, hats and more

Great Harvest Bread (Maplewood, MO) – Cinnamon chip, green chili cheese, flax, Clayton olive, citrus sunburst, Dakota, sunflower flax

It’s a Winnerman Card – Unique hand drawn cards

Keim Artworks – Matt Keim, unique hand turned wood items made from local trees

Ken’s Pepperworks – A variety of locally created hot sauces

Local Chef STL – Chef Rob Uyemur with Seasonal local freshly prepared food

My Creative 123 – Joann Bowen, handmade worry dolls, jewelry and photography

My Little Garden Barrel – Locally designed and created garden barrels

Noble Canine – locally made, all natural super tasty biscuits that will make your dog’s lips go flippity flap

Ray Rays Kettle Corn – in a variety of flavors

Robinson Family Farm – Will be there with bacon, pork chops, uncured bacon, pork steaks, porkburger bacon patties, apple brats, ribs, pork roast, sausage, ham and ham steaks, baby back ribs, and a selection of beef cuts. All of our meats are hormone free, antibiotic free and steroid free.

Show Me Adobe – Handmade pottery

Debbie Sinn – handcrafted silver jewelry

Sunny Creek – Locally raised beef, chicken and pork, and fresh eggs

Susan Talkington – Hand-crafted items made from wine corks. I make vases, candle holders, wreaths, cats, dogs,  picture frames, the list goes on.

Trail Lodge Tea – A variety of custom-blended loose leaf teas, hot and cold tea and tea accessories

Two Men and a Garden – a variety of locally produced salsas and pickles

Unique Greeting Cards by Alyce Givarz Photography – local photographer

Flea Bitten Dawgs Perform June 27

We are welcoming back to the market the Flea Bitten Dawgs.

flea bitten dawgs
David Henry Spangler and Thom Palozola

David Henry Spangler and Thom Palozola return to the market as crowd favorites. A little information about them.

Primarily ukulele players, they are comfortable with a variety of musical styles. Swing, blues and ballads from the 30′s right up to modern gems, they try to pick music that speaks to them so they can play from the heart. Their original music has influences from the past 80 years.

Website: www.fleabittendawgs.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Flea-Bitten-Dawgs/266524480047776