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Month: July 2015

Market Report for Aug. 1

Little Sprouts Kids’ Tent – visit the tent, enjoy an activity, pick up tokens

Market Tent – market info and beverages

Adventures in Spice – locally created unique, custom herb and spice blends; including salt-free

Alyce Givarz – local photographer and creator of  Unique Greeting Cards

The Bent Pig – applewood smoked pulled pork sandwiches, ribs, sausages, chicken kabobs and market sides

Blooming with Joy – unique, custom blends of loose leaf teas

Bob’s Honey – Bob is back with local honey

The Cabinetry – locally hand-crafted kid’s furniture, doll furniture, and wooden toys

Cadet Creek – local seasonal produce from the field and greenhouse

Cellar Door Glass Worx – Handmade lampwork earrings, necklaces, and fairy garden supplies

Cindy’s for the Birds – handmade concrete bird baths and yard ornaments

Day Dreamz – face painting

Debbie Sinn – Handmade sterling silver jewelry

Eggs by Kathy – hand made Pysanky eggs and handmade jewelry

El Chico Bakery – locally made fruit empanadas, cookies and icy fruit pops

Gayle Maltzman – hand decorated rhinestone shirts, jackets and accessories

Great Harvest Bread (Maplewood) – Honey Wheat, White, Cinnamon Chip, Dakota, Sunflower Flax

James Miller of Miller Organics – a variety of seasonal, local produce and fresh cut flowers

Jennifer Harman – handmade pottery

Koupps Koffee – locally roasted coffee

Lisa Vogel, Eilerman Bros Farms and Orchards – Calhoun County, IL produce, fruits and berries, pies and turnovers

Louise Belt – a variety of local, seasonal produce

My Little Garden Barrel – locally made garden barrels

Noble Canine – locally made dog treats

One Eye Blind Woodworks – handmade wooden utensils and household tools created with local, Franklin County trees

Pop Pop and Co – a variety of local, seasonal produce

Rainbows End Bead Arts – unique handmade jewelry

Ray Rays Kettle Corn

Robinson Family Farm – locally produced pork and beef cuts

Santa Fe Farms – local, seasonal produce, fresh herbs, homemade chips and salsa, orchata

Stuckmeyer Produce – a variety of local, seasonal produce

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

Not Wired Right to Perform July 25

Gary Hanak and ‘Berta Mueller will be providing the musical entertainment for you as you browse the vendors at the market on Saturday, from 9-noon.

Gary and ‘Berta share a love for great music — performance, listening, researching, hunting, gathering — so their ultimate goal for Not Wired Right is for the audience to never be quite sure what’s gonna come flying off the bandstand, music- or comment-wise. Just know that it’s gonna be GOOD! They blend vocals to bring you favorites from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s as well as more current faves.

Our muses include a combination of excellent songwriters and skilled singers and musical artists, reflected in our songlist. All aspects of making music just thrill us right down to our cloven hooves.

The Not Wired Right website
And their Facebook page

Market Report for July 28

We are looking  forward to a wonderful July summer farmers market. Lots of vendors with local, fresh, seasonal produce, baked goods, ready to eat freshly prepared food and handmade artisan wares.

Please join us and shop at the market so the vendors know that Wildwood appreciates their farmers market. Consider bringing a friend.

All the Missouri summer produce is now here! Enjoy sweet corn, a variety of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, green beans, potatoes, onions, garlic, peaches, berries, melons and more.

Vendors we expect to have at the market:

Little Sprouts Kids’ Tent – visit the tent, enjoy an activity, pick up

Market Tent – market info and beverages

Alpha Designs – handmade jewelry

Alyce Givarz – local photographer

The Bent Pig – applewood smoked pulled pork sandwiches, ribs and riblets, chicken kabobs, beer brats, garlic links, and bent beans and slaw

Bob’s Honey – Bob is back with local honey

The Cabinetry – locally hand-crafted kid’s furniture, doll furniture, and wooden toys

Cadet Creek – local seasonal produce from the field and greenhouse

Cellar Door Glass Worx – Handmade lampwork earrings, necklaces, and fairy garden supplies

Debbie Sinn– Handmade sterling silver jewelry

El Chico Bakery – locally made fruit empanadas, cookies and icy fruit pops

Great Harvest Bread (Maplewood)- Honey Wheat, White, Cinnamon Chip, Popeye, Dakota, and Sunflower Flax,

Jennifer Harman– handmade pottery

Kens Pepperworks– a variety of locally crafted hot sauces

Klever Koala-hand stitched accessories for the home, pets and kids

Koupps Koffee– locally roasted coffee

Lisa Vogel, Eilerman Bros Farms and Orchards – Calhoun County, IL produce, fruits and berries, pies and turnovers

Louise Belt – a variety of local, seasonal produce

Noble Canine – locally made dog treats

Pop Pop and Co – a variety of local, seasonal produce

Ray Rays Kettle Corn

Santa Fe Farms – local, seasonal produce, fresh herbs, homemade chips and salsa, and orchata

Stinson Gardens – dish gardens, terrariums, handmade note cards and paper crafts

Stuckmeyer Produce – a variety of local, seasonal produce

Sunny Creek Farm – locally produced chicken, eggs, beef, pork and produce

Trail Lodge Tea – Fresh brewed iced teas, unique, custom blends of loose leaf teas, accessories

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

West Park Creative – unique, locally crafted cards and posters