A view of the market – June 22

Here are some photos from last week’s market. I can’t wait to see what the farmers and vendors bring this week.

What’s fresh – June 27 and June 29

Our market just continues to grow. We are so happy to have all the new customers and vendors this year.

Thursday Market

We will be open from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday. The location is the same – The Dickinson Parking Lot. This market is smaller than our Saturday market, but still has plenty of produce, bread, meats and eggs. Have trouble getting up early on Saturdays? Come see us after work on Thursday!

Vendors planning to attend will have  eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces and spring vegetables. There will be local honey, breads and baked goods, wool, pottery and more. It’s a great chance to pick up some fresh, locally produced food to take home after work.

Here is what some of our vendors will be bringing on Saturday.

Invermos Valley Farms will have pastured beef and has new offerings of summer sausage, pepperoni, italian beef crumbles and thin-sliced sirloin in 16 oz. packages. For the upcoming holiday they will be offering:

Independence Grilling Specials (this Thursday and Saturday as well as Saturday, July 6):

  • All steaks 20% off
  • All burger meat, brats, and dogs   10% off 

Ed Rakow will have vegetables and greens and eggs

J&D Poultry will have  free-range chicken, whole and in quarters, and eggs

Richly Blessed Farm/The Country Gals will have seasonal produce, baked goods, eggs and free-range, organically-fed chicken

Rothove Produce  will have tomatoes and cucumbers

Cari Skain – check out her pottery! She is open to commissions

Steve and Colleen Meredith will have goatsmilk fudge and caramels (YUM), radishes, kale, loose leaf lettuce, and green onions

Honeysuckle Acres has local honey, flavored honey, crafted bath & body products (made with their own bee products!), some handcrafted toys and sewn items and a new salsa spice they’ve developed – Speedy Salsa

Hugh and Janett Flowers  will have his famous sweet potato pie and apple pie, as well as other baked goodies

Pam Schmutzler has oatmeal and dill breads, cookies, garlic, seasonal vegetables and salad mixes, pecans and spiced pecans

Mae Benson plans on bringing gluten-free muffins, Ezekiel bread, banana nut bread, cookies, pasta – made with freshly milled grains. Try her pre-baked pizza crusts – YUM!

Duncan Family Farm will have their wonderful pork, chicken and eggs.

Caleb Bax will have lettuces, spinach, radishes, cucumbers, zucchini, and vegetable and herb plants

Porter Threads will have wool and spinning wheels. Stop by and learn about local wool, spinning,  and knitted items.

Paula Bollinger will have deodorant, sunscreen and freshly harvested garlic and basil, organic sun teas and borage plants

The Gillilands will have some new jams – blueberry basil jam, habanero jelly, apple pie jam, carrot cake jam, and strawberry-rhubarb, as well as their soaps

The LU Native Plants Program will have native plants for sale and information on native plants for your garden and landscape.

More vendors plan to join us throughout the season. Stay tuned for fresh things at the Market.

What’s fresh – June 20 and 22

Tomorrow is the first day of summer. Celebrate with some fresh produce and locally made goodness!

Thursday Market

We will be open from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday. The location is the same – The Dickinson Parking Lot.

Vendors planning to attend will have  eggs, peaches, rhubarb, tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces and spring vegetables. There will be local honey, breads and baked goods, wool, pottery and more. It’s a great chance to pick up some fresh, locally produced food to take home after work or if Saturday morning is a bit too early for you.

Here is what some of our vendors will be bringing on Saturday.

Invermos Valley Farms will have pastured beef and has new offerings of summer sausage, pepperoni, italian beef crumbles and thin-sliced sirloin in 16 oz. packages (perfect for breakfast steaks or philly cheese steaks)

Ed Rakow will have spring vegetables and greens and eggs

J&D Poultry will have  free-range duck, chicken, and eggs

Richly Blessed Farm/The Country Gals will have seasonal produce, baked goods, eggs and free-range, organically-fed chicken

Rothove Produce from Westphalia will have tomatoes, cucumbers and sweet basil

Cari Skain – check out her pottery!

Steve and Colleen Meredith will have goatsmilk fudge and caramels (YUM), radishes, kale, loose leaf lettuce, and green onions

Honeysuckle Acres has local honey, flavored honey, crafted bath & body products (made with their own bee products!), some handcrafted toys and sewn items and a new salsa spice they’ve developed – Speedy Salsa

Joe Nolte returns with tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, cabbage, large Walla Walla onions ,a bit of broccoli and cauliflower

Hugh and Janett Flowers  will have his famous sweet potato pie and apple pie, as well as other baked goodies

Pam Schmutzler has various plants, oatmeal and dill breads, squash, seasonal vegetables and salad mixes, pecans and spiced pecans

Mae Benson plans on bringing gluten-free muffins, bread, banana nut bread, cookies, pasta – made with freshly milled grains. Try her pre-baked pizza crusts – YUM!

Duncan Family Farm will have their wonderful pork, chicken and eggs.

Caleb Bax will have lettuces, spinach, radishes, cucumbers, zucchini, and vegetable and herb plants

Beth Michitsch of Big H Farm will have eggs, salads, peas, snap peas, rhubarb, peaches, peach jams, plants, and herbs

Porter Threads will have wool and spinning wheels. Stop by and learn about local wool and knitted items.

Paula Bollinger will have deodorant, sunscreen and freshly harvested garlic and basil

The LU Native Plants Program will have native plants for sale and information on native plants for your garden and landscape.

More vendors plan to join us throughout the season. Stay tuned for fresh things at the Market.

What’s Fresh – June 13 and June 15

The Thursday Market is back!

We will be open from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday. The location is the same – The Dickinson Parking Lot.

Vendors planning to attend will have  chicken, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces and spring vegetables. There will be local honey, breads and baked goods, wool, pottery and more. It’s a great chance to pick up some fresh, locally produced food to take home after work or if Saturday morning is a bit too early for you.

Here is what some of our vendors will be bringing on Saturday.

Invermos Valley Farms will have pastured beef and has new offerings of summer sausage and thin-sliced sirloin in 16 oz. packages (perfect for breakfast steaks or philly cheese steaks)

Ed Rakow will have spring vegetables and greens and eggs

J&D Poultry will have  free-range duck, chicken, and eggs

Richly Blessed Farm/The Country Gals will have seasonal produce, baked goods, eggs and free-range, organically-fed chicken

Rothove Produce from Westphalia will have tomatoes, cucumbers and sweet basil

The Gillilands will have jams, jellies and hand-crafted soaps, and hand bags

Cari Skain – check out her pottery!

Steve and Colleen Meredith will have goatsmilk fudge and caramels (YUM), radishes, kale, loose leaf lettuce, and green onions

Honeysuckle Acres has local honey, flavored honey, crafted bath & body products (made with their own bee products!), some handcrafted toys and sewn items and a new salsa spice they’ve developed – Speedy Salsa

Hugh and Janett Flowers are going to be out of town, but their family will have his famous sweet potato pie and carrot cake, as well as other baked goodies

Pam Schmutzler has various plants, oatmeal and dill breads, squash, seasonal vegetables and salad mixes, pecans and spiced pecans

Mae Benson plans on bringing gluten-free muffins, bread, banana nut bread, cookies, pasta – made with freshly milled grains

Duncan Family Farm will have their wonderful pork, chicken and eggs and STRAWBERRIES. Mmmm, bacon.

Caleb Bax will have lettuces, spinach, radishes, cucumbers, zucchini, and vegetable and herb plants

Porter Threads will have wool and spinning wheels

The LU Native Plants Program will have native plants for sale and information on native plants for your garden and landscape.

More vendors plan to join us throughout the season. Stay tuned for fresh things at the Market.

What’s Fresh – June 6 and June 8

The Thursday Market returns this week!

We will be open from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday, June 6. The location is the same – The Dickinson Parking Lot.

Vendors planning to attend will have pasture raised beef, chicken, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces and spring vegetables. There will be local honey, breads and baked goods, and fresh mushrooms (grown right here on campus!). It’s a great chance to pick up some fresh, locally produced food to take home after work.

Here is what some of our vendors will be bringing on Saturday.

Invermos Valley Farms will have pastured beef and has new offerings of summer sausage and thin-sliced sirloin in 16 oz. packages (perfect for breakfast steaks or philly cheese steaks)

Ed Rakow will have spring vegetables and greens and eggs

J&D Poultry will have  free-range duck, chicken, and eggs

Richly Blessed Farm/The Country Gals will have seasonal produce, baked goods, eggs and free-range, organically-fed chicken

Rothove Produce from Westphalia will have tomatoes, cucumbers and sweet basil

Paula Bollinger will have hand-crafted natural bath & body products and is bringing compost tea fertilizer

The Gillilands will have jams, jellies and hand-crafted soaps, and hand bags

Cari Skain – check out her pottery!

Steve and Colleen Meredith will have goatsmilk fudge, radishes, kale, loose leaf lettuce, and green onions

Honeysuckle Acres returns with local honey, flavored honey, crafted bath & body products (made with local honey!), some handcrafted toys and sewn items and a new salsa spice they’ve developed – Speedy Salsa

Hugh and Janett Flowers  are going to be out of town, but their family will have his famous sweet potato pie and carrot cake, as well as other baked goodies.

Pam Schmutzler has various plants, baked goods and seasonal vegetables and greens, pecans and spiced pecans (try the pie made with those pecans from her farm…).

Mae Benson plans on bringing gluten-free muffins, bread, banana nut bread, cookies, pasta – made with freshly milled grains

Duncan Family Farm will have their wonderful pork, chicken and eggs and STRAWBERRIES. Mmmm, bacon.

Caleb Bax will have lettuces, spinach, radishes, cucumbers, zucchini, and vegetable and herb plants

LU MANRRS students will have oyster mushrooms, grown right here on campus!

The LU Native Plants Program will have native plants for sale and information on native plants for your garden and landscape.

More vendors plan to join us throughout the season. Stay tuned for fresh things at the Market.

 

Thursday Market – June 6

Our Thursday Market starts this week. We will be open 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

There will be a full selection of goods – just like Saturday, only on a smaller scale.

Vendors planning on attending include:
Invermos Valley Farms – beef
Honeysuckle Acres – local honey, bath & body products, wooden toys and a new salsa seasoning spice mix
Pam Schmutzler – lettuces, swiss chard and bread
J & D Poultry – whole chicken, cut chicken, chicken leg quarters and eggs
Rothove Produce – tomatoes, cucumbers and sweet basil
Cari Skain – pottery

I see dinner right there!

Duncan Family Farm is planning on joining us on Thursdays in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more vendors as the season progresses.