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Market Report Sept. 12

Friday, September 11th, 2015 | George Sackett | market-report

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