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2016 Market Season Ending

Tomorrow, Oct.1, will mark the end of the 2016 season. It is always bitter sweet as we come to the end of each season. We want to thank EVERYONE for all of the support. Many, many thanks until next season!

Saturday’s market report includes:

Brushy Creek– a variety of local, seasonal produce
Cerny Family– a variety of local, seasonal produce including pumpkins, gourds, acorn squash, corn stalks, flowering kale
E&E Acres– locally raised, pastured pork cuts
Papillon Perennials – herbs, succulents, perennials, natives
River Hills Homestead- a variety of local, seasonal produce
Rosy Buck Farm– fresh cut flowers, edible flowers, local, seasonal produce, eggs
Stuart Farms– pastured chicken and eggs
Stuckmeyer Plants and Produce– a variety of local, seasonal produce including zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, okra, sweet potatoes. radishes, Hakurei Turnips, Tomatoes, Onions, Spaghetti Squash, Butternut Squash, Beets….maybe!

Non-Food Vendors
Northern Prairie Alpacas-handwoven rugs, yarn ands fiber, scarves, gloves and more
Cindy’s for the Birds
Earring Lady
Laine Boyd– local author of “Unharmonious” “Dinner and a Murder”, “He’ll Find You- Til Death Do Us Part”
Lavender Leaf
One Eye Blind Woodworks
Tiles by Terri 

Wise Brothers to End the Season on a High Note

The Wise Brothers have been performing at the Wildwood Farmers  Market for several years and they never fail to delight the crowds and we are excited to have them back.

The Wise Brothers are a three-piece R&B group from St. Louis with a clean sound. Performing both original music and unique cuts of classic blues, the brothers are a treat for the ears.


Konnor Sincox (Bass, Vocals)
Shamus McFerson (Guitar, Vocals)
Bill Kline (Drums, Vocals)
Contact Info:
Website http://www.reverbnation.com/thewisebrothers

Dove Release this weekend

We are fortunate to have “Wish Upon a Dove” at the market this Saturday. If you have not experienced the excitement of a release before, you will have that chance tomorrow. The doves will be released at 10:30 a.m. but come a little early to learn a bit more about the doves, how they are handled and how they find their way home again. You might even get a chance to make a wish on a dove that will then carry it up into the sky . . .