May 16 Chelsea Market Newsletter

Come visit us this Saturday at the farmers market!

*Thanks to Chelsea Update for content and photos

Kapnick Orchard is expected to have strawberries in June.
The Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market takes place from 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday, May 16 at the Palmer parking lot. Last week, because of the weather, a number of vendors did not make it but many of them are expected to be there tomorrow.
Below is a list of the vendors and what they expect to have for sale:
Kapnick Orchards: asparagus, rhubarb, peas coming soon, apples and apple cider until the end of the month, nut butters, breads, baked goods and fudge.
Two Tracks Acres: bacon, Italian and breakfast sausage, pork chops, shoulder roasts, fresh ham, chicken, eggs.
The Curio Cat, a new vendor at the SaturdayFarmers Market has these unusual planters for sale.
Goetz Greenhouse: lettuce, spinach, kale, spicy mix, Swiss chard, radishes, asparagus, hanging baskets, geraniums, daisies, small flower pots, herbs, accent plants, veggie plants, moonflowers
Frog Hollar Farms: asparagus, ricotta cheese cookies (which I highly recommend), maybe rhubarb, maybe muffins.
The Curio Cat: hypertufa planters made from fiber and concrete, mugs, spice mix, wall vases.
Community Farm: green onions, radishes, salad greens, raw honey, bees wax candles, bouquets, herb starts.
Heim Gardens: asparagus, maybe rhubarb, annuals, bedding plants, hanging baskets, herb starts
Merkel Gardens: hanging baskets, annuals, perennials.
Stonehearth Breads: Artisan breads including apple cinnamon, peach pecan, bacon cheddar beer bread, and German sauerkraut; pepperoni rolls and Reuben rolls.
H and H Sugarbush: Maple syrup, candy, nuts, maple cream, maple sugar.
LA Baguette: baguettes, boules, madeleines, brioche.
Zatkovich Pastures: 100-percent grass fed Katahdin lamb, eggs, chicken.
Fresh: Coffee beans from Guatemala, Columbia, and Rwanda; now offering coffee by the cup.
Greystone Creamery: cream cheese, ricotta, horse radish-bacon, rosy-cam, Chelsea-cam, hard cheeses, cow Gouda, man-chel, butternut, garlic pepper, sheep gouda.
Several vendors are expected to have asparagus this week.
ElderWoods: Bird feeders made out of cedar; wine bottle feeders with Great Lakes stones, and bird houses each with a Petoskey stone.
Blue Moon: hand painted vintage signage, custom orders
Dancy’s Fancy Butter: Butters infused with fresh herbs and garlic, lemon pepper, pumpkin, honey and cinnamon, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Bordine Farms: 20 varieties of dahlia bulbs
Renovatio Woodworks: wine chillers, repurposed tables that hold ice for wine bottles, tables, legs, and 20-percent off commissioned work if you mention this listing in Chelsea Update.
There will be lots of hanging baskets to choose from this week at the market.
Also expected to be there are:
Desserts by Erica: strawberry, chocolate and lemon cupcakes.
Cakes by Penny: Freshly baked coffee cakes and muffins.
Affeathermations: Seasonal creations and natural media, earthwork arts and crafts for ceremony or celebration.
Country Hills Pottery: Wheel thrown functional pottery and a variety of unusual gifts.
Mama Mo: Vegan bean dip; 17 varieties of hummus, pesto, four types of seitan, and Ann Arbor Tortilla Factory chips.
Chandra June Handmade Jewelry: Anklets, gemstone earrings and necklaces.
Debbie’s Bead Design: Fun woven and strung beaded work including bracelets, earrings and necklaces.
Bristles Handmade and Homegrown: potato bags, hand cloths and dish towels, jar mixes; asparagus and rhubarb.
There’s beautiful pottery at the farmers market.
Homegrown Happy: Home and personal care
Just Being Momo: all organic herbal oil infusions, bath salts and soaps, medicinal oils, dried herbs, coconut-olive oil soap, weaving and knitted products.
Joan’s Soap Bouquet: specialty soaps.
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