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Month: September 2015

New Vendor with a New Line of Products

We excited to announce that Tony Woods and his Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood will be joining the market this week (Sept. 19) Tony is a local resident (Illinois) that spends his spring and summer fishing – in a big way. He runs a private boat up in Alaska and fishes for salmon. He processes it there and brings it back to Illinois for market. Here are a few pictures of his operation.

IMG_2284Crew on deck


To get the full effect, take at look at the video of his fishing.

We think you will find this new line a real plus for the market. Help us welcome Tony and his crew this Saturday.

Market Report Sept. 12

There are still peaches, tomatoes, and melons as well as the beginning of fall produce. Come and get it!! Enjoy the weather of a beautiful late summer morning and enjoy local, fresh, seasonal produce, artisan wares and live music. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,
Wildwood Town Center, 220 Plaza Drive, Wildwood MO.

The vendor list may change by market time

Little Sprouts – Pick up tokens at the market tent to purchase fruits and vegetables

Market Tent – Market info and beverages

Adventures in Spice – Unique, locally created spice blends

The Bent Pig – Locally made smoked and roasted meats

Blooming with Joy – Unique, locally created tea blends

Bob’s Honey – Local raw honey

Cadet Creek – Local seasonal produce from the field and greenhouse

Cindy’s for the Birds – Handmade concrete leaf castings made into bird baths and unique yard ornaments

Gayle Maltzman – Hand decorated rhinestone shirts, jackets and accessories

It’s a WInnerman Card – Local artist Jim Winnerman creates a unique line of hand drawn greeting cards

J&S Turnings – Jay and Sherry create beautiful handmade ink pens as well as unique items made from horse shoes

Koupps Koffee – Locally roasted coffee (ground and whole bean)

Lavender Leaf – Handmade jewelry and accessories

Lisa Vogel, Eilerman Bros Farms and Orchards – Calhoun County, IL peaches, tomatoes, pies, and turnovers

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

Noble Canine – Locally made dog treats

One Eye Blind Woodworks – Dave has handcrafted wooden spatulas and other useful household items. They are all made from local wood.

Rocky Top – Unique and locally handmade wind chimes and planters made from up-cycled glass bottles

Staci Stinson – Staci is multi-talented. She creates fun and unique dish gardens as well as handmade paper crafts such as journals, gift tags, cards and more

Stuckmeyer Produce – A variety of local, seasonal produce

Two Men and a Garden – A variety of locally made salsa and picklesL