September 19 Chelsea Farmers Market

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The Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market takes place from 8 a.m.– noon on Sept. 19 at the Palmer parking lot. Please keep in mind that emergencies happen and some vendors may not be able to make it.
*Thanks to Chelsea Update for content and pictures

Kapnick Orchards: Several varieties of apples, pears, red raspberries, red and white potatoes, baked goods, nut butters, homemade fudge.
Affeathermations: Seasonal creations and natural media, earthwork arts and crafts for ceremony or celebration. Weather permitting.
Debbie’s Bead Design: Fun woven and strung beaded work including bracelets and ankle bracelets, earrings, necklaces and Swarovski beads.
Two Tracks Acres: Italian and breakfast sausage, fresh ham, eggs, kielbasa links, chicken.
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Goetz Greenhouse:
 regular and fingerling potatoes, jalapeno, green and pablano peppers, sweet corn, curly kale, Swiss Chard, cabbage, garlic, broccoli, basil, zucchini, cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, carrots, onions, wax and green beans, cherry and hoop house tomatoes, red and golden beets, fresh flower bouquets, eggplant, musk and watermelons.
Frog Hollar Farms: corn, cabbage, peppers, green beans, radishes, beets, tomatoes, jalapenos, apples, plums, peaches.
Heim Gardens: herb starts, radishes, kohlrabi, broccoli, blueberries, onions, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, yellow and green beans, cherry tomatoes, peppers, beets and corn.
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
Zatkovich Pastures
 – 100% grass-fed Dexter beef: New York strips, ribeye, sirloin, ground, chuck roast, rump roast, sirloin tip, short ribs, stew meat. Pastured chicken fed with 100% organic feed: Last week of the year for fresh, never frozen! Whole birds, bone-in breasts, thighs, legs, wings, feet, livers, gizzards, hearts. Eggs from free-range, heritage breed hens fed with 100% organic feed.
Fresh: Coffee beans from Guatemala, Peaberry, Rwandan, Sulawesi, Costa Rican, 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.
Dancy’s Fancy Butter: Butters infused with fresh herbs and garlic, lemon pepper, pumpkin, honey and cinnamon, brown sugar and cinnamon. Maybe strawberry butter.
Bordine Farms: Mums, flower bouquets in recycled containers.
Chandra June Handmade Jewelry: necklace, earrings with semiprecious stones.
Dancy's-Fancy-butter
Tantre Farm:
 Apples, arugula, Chioggia and red beets, blackberries, cabbage, carrots, swiss chard, collard greens, corn, eggplant, garlic, herbs, curly siberian lacinato and red Russian kale,  lettuce mix, lettuce heads. Purplette Tropea (red long) sweet yellow and white onions, pears, orange red gold and green sweet peppers, Cayenne jalapeno padron shishito and poblano hot peppers, fingerling red and gold potatoes, radishes, patty pan and summer squash, spaghetti squash, cherry/grape heirloom slicing and sauce tomatoes, watermelon, zucchini.
Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown: cookies, soups, homemade baked potato bags, dish towels and scrubbies, hand towels, special orders available, salad mix.
Co-Creations: chicken, edible flowers, herbs, and massage, spinning and handspun yarn, organic eggs, recycled nature crafts.
Needle-Lane-vegetables
Rulig’s Produce:
 corn, cucumbers, Swiss chard, kale, beets, patti pan squash, zucchini, collard greens, sun flowers, summer squash, round zucchini, kohlrabi, green beans, pickling cukes, broccoli, cut basil, cut cilantro, head lettuce, Tomatillos, green peppers, medium hot peppers, Jalapeño peppers, cherry bomb peppers, hot banana peppers, cabbage, slicing, cherry and grape tomatoes, peaches, heirloom tomatoes.
Elder Woods: birdhouses and bird feeders. Great Lakes stone bird houses and feeders each with a Petosky stone, solar light houses.
Dave’s Honey: Raw Local Honey: 2 oz., 8 oz, 16 oz, 6 lb jars — Bee’s wax, Candles, Propollis, Bee Pollen and a fabulous Honey Health Drink.
Robin Hills Farms: arugula, beets, cabbage, carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes, corn, Daikon radishes, eggplant, ground cherries, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lemon grass, melons, onions, peppers, hot and sweet, salad mix, scallions, sorrel, summer squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes, winter squash, herbs, mint, thyme, oregano, basil, sage, tarragon, rosemary.
It's apple season.
It’s apple season.
Gasche Farms: raspberries
Joan’s Soap Bouquet: specialty soaps.
Sweet Kissy’s: baked goods.

Note: Bill from Argus Farm Shop will speak at at the Transition Town Chelsea meeting on Sept. 21 at 7:15 p.m. The meeting takes place at the Senior Center, 512 Washington St.
Renovation Woodworks will host an open house at their new location 12229 Jackson Road in Lima Township on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 4-7 p.m.. There will be music, non-alcoholic wine, cheese and crackers as well as kid healthy snacks.