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Here’s what to expect at the Saturday Farmers’ Market that’s located in the library lot on Park Street from 8 a.m.-noon.

“Discover You Can” freebies are still available and there will be free samples and coupons to help you with your canning needs.

Be sure to check out Ruhlig’s Produce for pickling cucumbers and dill to make your own pickels.

Flying Dragon Arts will be back with the addition of a several dozen new earrings, pendants, and bracelets.

Myers’ Berry Farm will have more Hot Pepper Jam and a mixed berry jam called Crazy Mixed Up Jam.

Sample the latest product from La Baguette:  Biscuits de Chien, homemade dog treats for  canine shoppers.

New vendor  Shaw Creek Woods returns with his wood work.  Remember the adirondack chairs from the past?  And plenty of other hand-made wood items.

Back Forty Acres will have a something tasty for your holiday barbeque. Pasture-raised chicken, duck and turkey.  Also good selection of their heritage breed Tamworth Pork as well as brats.

Expect all of the season vendors (below) except Greystone Farm and Creamery.

These are the vendors that have signed up for the entire season and will be at the market most weeks:

Back Forty Acres:  Naturally-raised meat, poultry and free range eggs

Beverly Crafts and More: Soap, bread, crocheted items, B. Anne all-natural skin care products

Country Hills Pottery: Wheel thrown and hand built stoneware pottery

Fairy Hill Woodworks:  Handcrafted doors and other Celtic inspired goods

fresh: Locally roasted coffee beans

Frog Hollar Farms:  Produce, home baked breads & cakes, bird houses

Greystone Farm & Creamery:  Sheep and cow’s milk cheeses

Heim Gardens:  Vegetables, plants, herbs

Johnny Secreto Foods:  spice blends, BBQ and spaghetti sauces; vegan chestnut chili

Kapnick Orchards:  Fruits in season, baked goods

Mama Mofoods: 17 varieties of hummus; pesto

Merkel Gardens:  Plants, vegetables, cut flowers

Myer’s Berry Farm:  Berries, jams, birdhouses

Papa Tom’s Cajun Boiled Peanuts:  Cajun boiled peanuts

onions and other veggies

Ruhligs Produce:  Vegetables, cut flowers

Stone Hearth Breads & Bakery:  Breads, cookies, rolls

Tantre Farm:  Certified organic vegetables, fruits; cut flowers

Day Vendors that come from time to time.

Angie Godek & Sis: Crochet & knitted items

Applegarth Honey:  Honey and beeswax products

Art with Annie:  Hand-crafted jewelry, with simplicity in design

Bristle’s Handmade & Homegrown: Knitted items & produce

Cassidy Farm: heirloom vegetables

Chandra June: handmade adornments and pretty things

Elder Woods:  Great Lakes stone birdhouses

Fairview Studios:  Earthcrafts – medicine wheels, smudges, fans, landscapes

Flying Dragon Arts:  Beaded and wrapped jewelry

Flying Hammer Forge:  Metal bottle trees, garden gates, hanging planters, hooks, smaller metal sculpture

Fresh Baked Confidence:  Baked goods with motivational messages

H & H Sugarbush:  Maple syrup and maple molded candy

The Happy Peasant: Soap, herbs, wool, rhubarb, peaches, apricots, apples, plums, honey, eggs, beeswax

Kritter Komforts:  dog beds, toys, towels

La Baguette:  Baguettes, bagels, brioches

Nancy Camden:  Hand-dyed silk scarves, fabric art dolls, tapestry purses, relaxation/creative visualization CD, audio oral histories

Pregitzer Farm Market:  Produce and plants

Sisters, Suds and Salves:  Natural body care

 

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