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Market Report for Aug. 29

Friday, August 28th, 2015 | George Sackett | market-report

This week is a special week. The Wildwood Farmers Market will be a part of the Celebrate Wildwood event and with extended hours. This Saturday will be open from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. We will have 30 farmers market tents set up with a variety of homegrown, handmade and homemade goods. Please be sure to stop by, meet and support the market vendors while enjoying all of the festivities that the City of Wildwood’s 20th anniversary celebration has to offer. Wildwood Town Center, 220 Plaza Drive, Wildwood MO.

Market Tent – market info

Adventures in Spice – locally produced, unique herb and spice blends

Alfa Designs – unique handmade jewelry

The Bent Pig – Locally produced, homemade bbq and sides. This week the menu includes Polynesian style roasted pork. Mick will also be roasting Stuckmeyer’s sweet corn for market goers to enjoy.

Blooming with Joy – hand blended unique tea blends

Bob’s Honey – Bob is back with local honey

Brushy Creek Produce – a variety of seasonal, local produce

Cindy’s for the Birds – Handmade, hand painted concrete leaf castings, bird baths, yard ornaments and more

Debbie Sinn – Handmade sterling silver jewelry

El Chico Bakery – Fruit filled empanadas and cookies

Gayle Maltzman – Hand decorated rhinestone shirts, jackets and accessories

Goose Creek – Handmade, locally created soaps and body care products

Great Harvest Bread (Maplewood) – Honey Wheat, Green Chile, Cinnamon Chip, Clayton Olive, White, Dakota

Hoosier Honey – Handmade products made with local honey; as well as handmade yard ornaments

John Best – Handmade cutting boards and wooden utensils

Koupps Koffee – Locally roasted coffee

Lavender Leaf – Unique, handmade jewelry and accessories

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

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

My Little Garden Barrel – Locally produced garden barrels

Noble Canine – Locally made dog treats

One Eye Blind Woodworks – Handmade wooden spoons, kitchen utensils and household items

Rainbows End Bead Arts – Unique handmade jewelry

Rocky Top – Unique, handmade, wind chimes and planters created from upcycled bottles

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

Stuckmeyer Produce – A variety of local, seasonal produce

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

Zen Earth Creations – Unique dish, rock gardens