The Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market takes place in the municipal parking lot on Park Street from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. There is plenty of on-street parking as well as in the municipal lot behind Chelsea State Bank.
There will be food tasting in the kid’s tent and music is by Mixed Nuts, that plays traditional folk and Americana music.
Below is a list of the vendors who are expected to be there Saturday and what they expect to bring. Please keep in mind that sometimes vendors cannot make it to market and that the items they plan to bring aren’t available.
Tantre Farm: arugula, beets (golden and red), cabbage (red and green), carrots, Swiss chard, collard greens, fresh garlic, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, summer onions, new potatoes, raspberries, spinach, summer squash, Hakurei white turnips, zucchini, and a wide variety of fresh herbs.
Goetz Greenhouse: corn, beans, beets, sweet onions, kale, Swiss chard, cukes, radishes, broccoli, tomatoes, spinach, spring and spicy mix, arugula, lettuce, potatoes, hanging baskets, cut flowers.
Bean Creek Cookie Company: six packs of cookies in various flavors, including chocolate chip, molasses, peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, single cookies in flavors such as snickerdoodle, triple chocolate, chocolate dipped coconut macaroons, soft pretzels, Nuts and Bolts (a version of Chex Mix.)
Thistle Blossom Herbals: hand sanitizer, healing and moisturizing balms, lavender linen spray, bug spray, air fresheners, blended oil, body oil, Boo Boo Fix It Sticks.
Fresh: locally roasted coffee beans, coffee by the cup by donation.
Debbie’s Bead Design: jewelry
Dave’s Honey: honey in different sizes, bee’s wax, bee pollen, honey stix, honey health drink, organic free range eggs.
Stone Hearth Bakery: artisan bread baked from scratch with no preservatives, hot dog buns, cookies, triple chocolate chunk brownies, fruit breads, 4-cheese pepperoni rolls, 4-cheese habanero Jalapeno pepperoni rolls (two to a package).
Merkel Gardens: hanging baskets, perennials, vegetables.
Heim Gardens: seasonal vegetables, hanging baskets.
Frog Hollar Farms: baked goods, preserves, salsa, BBQ sauce, relish, salad dressing, vegetables.
Kapnick Orchards: peaches, cherries, beans, potatoes, tart cherries, baked goods.
Brieland-Shoultz Farm: eggs, jam, soap, spinach, radishes, leaf lettuce.
Two Tracks Acres: chicken, pork, beef
Affeathermations: dream catchers and other natural art.
Meyer Jam: homemade jams
H and H Sugarbush: maple syrup and maple products
Country Hills Pottery: beautiful and functional pottery
Fluffy Bottom: cheese
Yum and Crum: traditional and specialty bagels handmade, boiled and baked.
Bristles Handmade and Homegrown: veggies, crochet/knit goods.
Elysium Bath and Body: handmade soap, bath bombs, and more.
Pat-A-Cakes: gluten free flour mixtures
Feral Daughters Farm: humanely raised and pastured whole chickens and eggs
(maybe) JK Jewels and Earthly Treasures: handmade lotions and jewelry
Michael Zivask Lavender: bundles and satchels of fresh, edible lavender