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Month: September 2015

Market Report for Sept. 26

The Wildwood BBQ Bash is happening this weekend. As a result, the market will be set up around the fountain at the round-about, just east of our normal set up. It is right next to the shuttle bus pickup point. It is always a popular event with large crowds, so come early and do your shopping or if you plan to visit the Bash stop by on your way in and on your way out.

We do not expect any produce vendors this weekend, but we will have a number of other vendors including a meat vendor that are looking forward to seeing you.

Vendor list for this weekend includes:

Bob’s Honey – Bob is back with local honey

Day Dreamz – Face Painting

Debbie Sinn – Handmade sterling silver jewelry

Earring Lady – Handcrafted silver jewelry whose profits go support cancer research

El Chico Bakery – Fruit filled empanadas and cookies

Gayle Maltzman – Hand decorated rhinestone shirts, jackets, and accessories

John Best – Handmade cutting boards and wooden utensils

Ken’s Pepperworks – Locally created hot sauce

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

My Creative 123 – Handmade “worry dolls”, jewelry, note cards and photography

Ray Ray’s Kettle Corn –

Robinson Family Farm – Dedicated to raising fresh, healthy, nutritional meat and want to serve your family’s nutritional needs.

Stella Grace – Handmade bows, headbands, and all things “little girl”

Trail Lodge Tea – Hand blended unique tea blends

Two Men and a Garden – A variety of locally produced salsas and pickle

Market Report for Sept. 19

Enjoy late summer and early fall produce along with some cooler temperatures. Come enjoy live music apple cider and meet the folks that produce your food. We welcome a new vendor to the market this week- Josh, Tony and Heather with Alaska Wild Salmon.

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Wildwood Town Center – 220 Plaza Drive – Wildwood, MO
Little Sprouts Kids’ tent – visit the tent, enjoy an activity, pick up tokens

Market tent – market info and beverages

Alaska Wild Salmon – wild, seasonal, fresh frozen salmon (caught and processed in Alaska)

Blooming with Joy – hand blended premium loose leaf teas

Cadet Creek – local seasonal produce from the field and greenhouse

Great Harvest Bread (Maplewood) – a variety of freshly made breads

Koupps Koffee – locally roasted coffee (whole beans and ground)

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

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

Noble Canine – locally made dog treats

Ray Rays Kettle Corn

Robinson Family Farm – locally produced pork and beef cuts

Stuckmeyer Produce – a variety of local, seasonal produce

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just for S & G to Entertain Sept 19

Steve and Greg of Just for S & G is a duo that tries to bring a sense of fun to their music. They have been playing music together since 1987 when Steve finished his tour of duty of in the U.S. Navy. Steve plays 6 and 12 string guitars as well as the occasional harmonica. Greg plays guitar, acoustic and electric, and if the occasion calls for it, he might sneak in a banjo or ukulele.

Just for S & G

They feature over 400 songs in their songbook, from all different kinds of music; country, rock, folk, pop, etc. They try to emphasize playing what the audience wants to hear vs. playing off a set list. They play the songs that we all know and love, from Frank to Floyd. (and made others millions of dollars!)

You can learn more about them
http://www.reverbnation.com/justforsandg
http://www.facebook.com/JustforSandG

You can learn more about this talented duo on their website