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Accepting Applications for 2016 Entertainment

As we wrap our 2015 season, it is not too early to be thinking about next year.

We regularly have entertainment from 9-12 each Saturday and we are always looking for new sounds and new faces for our market. If you are interested please fill out our application. We will be in touch as we start scheduling the 2016 season.

During this off season time, please give us feedback

As we conclude our third season as market managers, we look back and reflect on how successful it has been.

We are a producer only market. Our vendor guidelines are handmade, homemade and homegrown products and produce. We like to keep our produce and locally branded food items as the main focus of the market and add local artisans into the mix.

The State of Missouri Ag Department has a definition of what a farmer’s market is. The organizations that we belong to also have criteria and expectations of farmer’s markets. As we get into the offseason, we will post and share information regarding market guidelines.

We welcome feedback and would like to hear from you. Please send us an email at marketmaster@wildwoodfarmersmarket.org.

As we plan the next season, it will be nice to see what our community has to say about what they would like to see in the market.

December Market This Saturday

Please join us this Saturday, December 12, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for our last market of the 2015 season.

The market vendors will be set up inside the Wildwood City Hall atrium, 16860 Main Street (next to the B&B Theater). There is plenty of parking and easy access for shopping.

Our vendor list at this time includes-

Locally produced, pastured raised 100% grass fed Highland Coos beef from the McCallies of Wildflower Farm. Peggy McCallie will have all of her handmade woolen garb as well.

James Miller of Miller Organics still has locally grown produce as well as handmade wreaths.

Maggie Pizarro of Santa Fe Farm will be bringing local, eggs from her pastured chickens as well as fresh herbs from her greenhouse.

Bob’s Honey is back with local, raw honey. He may have some of his nut brittle.

Koupps Koffee is bringing a variety of locally roasted coffees (ground and whole bean)

Jennifer Harman creates beautiful, unique, handmade pottery pieces

My Creative Outlet 123 will have her one of a kind “worry dolls”, handmade jewelry, hand decorated mugs, ornaments and more

Dianna will have a table full of unique (and fun) handmade jewelry

Other artisans include Paul and Jan with handmade bags, scarves, granite decor and more

(vendor listing may change at time of market)