June 20 Chelsea Farmers Market Newsletter

June 20 Chelsea Farmers Market

Come join us at the market this Saturday at the Palmer Auto Lot in downtown Chelsea, MI, 8 am – 12 pm

*Thanks to Chelsea Update for content and photos

This week: Prescription for Health will be leading a fitness activity at the market. We will also have live music!

Look for lots of varieties of veggies Saturday at the farmers market. These are from Goetz Greenhouse.
Look for lots of varieties of veggies Saturday at the farmers market. These are from Goetz Greenhouse.
Below is a list of the vendors and what they expect to have for sale:
Kapnick Orchards: Nut butters, breads, baked goods, fudge, strawberries, sugar snap peas.
Affeathermations: Seasonal creations and natural media, earthwork arts and crafts for ceremony or celebration. Weather permitting.
Country Hills Pottery: Wheel thrown functional pottery and a variety of unusual gifts. Weather permitting.
Debbie’s Bead Design: Fun woven and strung beaded work including bracelets, earrings and necklaces.
My favorite flavor so far from Desserts by Erica.

My favorite flavor so far from Desserts by Erica.
Two Tracks Acres: bacon, Italian and breakfast sausage, pork chops, shoulder roasts, fresh ham, chicken, eggs. Chorizo, kielbasa links.
Goetz Greenhouse: lettuce, spinach, Russian and curly kale, spicy mix, Swiss chard, radishes, asparagus, hanging baskets, geraniums, daisies, small flower pots, herbs, accent plants, veggie plants, white moonflowers, cucumbers, sweet onions, green garlic, hoop house tomatoes, peas, broccoli, zucchini and yellow squash.
Frog Hollar Farms:  maybe ricotta cheese cookies, tomato and pepper plants, radishes, herb plants, cilantro, leaf and mustard lettuce, collard greens.
The Curio Cat: several sizes of hypertufa planters made from fiber and concrete, mugs, spice mix, wall vases, one of a kind small furniture pieces, pillows.
Heim Gardens: asparagus, spinach, annuals, bedding plants, hanging baskets, herb starts, strawberry plants, radishes, edible pod peas.
In addition, to what you see for sale, you can even special order items from Bristle's Handmade and Homegrown.

In addition, to what you see for sale, you can even special order items from Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown.
Stonehearth Breads: Artisan breads made from scratch with no preservatives including apple cinnamon, peach pecan, bacon cheddar beer bread, and German sauerkraut; pepperoni rolls and Reuben rolls, cookies, buns, brownies.
LA Baguette: baguettes, boules, madeleines, brioche.
Zatkovich Pastures: Grass fed Katahdin lamb – leg of lamb, square shoulder, shank, 100-percent organic feed poultry – whole, breast, thighs, legs, and eggs.
Fresh: Coffee beans from Guatemala, Peaberry, Rwandan, Sulawesi, decaf; coffee by the cup.
Tasty Bakery: Vegan, gluten free, soy free, and low-glycemic baked goods including granola bars, brownies, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and berry bars.
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.
Tantre Farms always has unusual vegetables.

Tantre Farms always has unusual vegetables.
Bordine Farms: 20 varieties of dahlia bulbs and Dahlia plants. Special sale. Buy 2 get third free.
Renovatio Woodworks: wine chillers, repurposed tables that hold ice for wine bottles, tables, legs, rustic cake stand, and 20-percent off commissioned work if you mention this listing in Chelsea Update. Each week there is something new.
Desserts by Erica: strawberry, chocolate, and lemon cupcakes and a fourth mystery flavor each week so be sure to find out what it might be.
Mama Mo: Vegan bean dip; 17 varieties of hummus, pesto, four types of seitan, and Ann Arbor Tortilla Factory chips.
Tantre Farm: Arugula; asparagus; bok choy; Swiss Chard; garlic scapes; green curly, lacinato, and Red Russian kale; loose leaf lettuce mix;  head lettuce; mushrooms; nettles;  parsnips, red Pac Choi; shelling, snap and snow peas; potatoes; radishes, rhubarb, spicy greens, spinach, strawberries, Hakurei white turnips; red and green scallions; summer squash; scarlet red tujrnips; red and golden beets; zucchini.
There's still time to buy asparagus.

There’s still time to buy asparagus.
Wild Apple Farms: soaps, herbal products, RUStic repurposed wood and metalwork, jams and jellies, herbal bread and muffins, garden produce, organic herbal bath bombs.
Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown: cookies, soups, homemade baked potato bags, dish towels and scrubbies, hand towels, special orders available, salad mix.
Huckleberry: will have some strawberries, cherry Jam and popcorn on the cob, snap peas, hanging cherry tomato baskets, lettuce bowls.
Rulig’s Produce: mixed leaf lettuce, peas, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, beets, patti pan squash, zucchini, bok choy, collard greens.
Edward Pullen: toy trains and stone birdhouses.