Chelsea Market July 23

The Chelsea Farmers Market takes place each Saturday at the Palmer parking lot from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Below is the list of vendors who are expected to be there. Please keep in mind that sometimes the vendors aren’t able to attend the market and that planned products are not available.
*Thanks to Chelsea Update for content and pictures

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Kapnick Orchards:
 Cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples, green beans, plums, baked goods, fudge
Afeathermations: Natural media crafts for ceremony and celebration. Bark art, wall hangings, medicine wheels, heal-the-earth wreaths, fans, rattles, and owls this week.
Country Hills Pottery: pottery
Fluffy Bottom Creamery: artisanal yogurt and cheese
Debbie’s Bead Design: jewelry
Two Tracks Acres: breakfast sausage, Italian sausage, chorizo, pork chops, ribs, polish sausage, pork roasts, ground pork, chicken

There will be corn Saturday.
There will be corn Saturday.

Goetz Greenhouse: Peas, lettuce, corn, cantaloupe, mushrooms
Lands of Bru-Garick: eggs, potatoes, wax beans
Stone Hearth Bakery: bread, cookies, brownies
Heim Gardens: Kohlrabi, blueberries, green beans, flower baskets
Frog Hollar: cherries, blueberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, green beans, radishes
Dave’s Honey: honey
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HumusFilafil: 
hummus and falafel
Fresh: fresh roasted coffee
La Baguette: baked goods, baguettes
Bean Creek Cookie Company: old fashioned cookies made from scratch, light and fluffy caramel corn
Thistle Blossom Herbals: Salves, infused herbal medicine oils, moisturizer oils and lotion bars and our famous lavender linen spray
Bordine Farms: gladiolas, snap dragons, dahlias
Brieland Shoultz: eggs, vegetables, soap, jam
Elysium Soap: soap, lotions, lip balm
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Herbology Organics
: all natural, eco-friendly and sustainably sourced Apothecary items that are custom infused with therapeutic grade Essential Oils, Botanical’s and Extracts, ranging from Personal Bath and Body Care items, to Home and Pet Care products.
Robin Hills Farm: pickling, lemon, and slicing cucumbers, zucchini, swiss chard, kale
Carolyn Myer: jams and jellies
Tantre Farms: new potatoes, kale, arugula, head lettuce, spicy mix, summer squash, carrots, collards, zucchini, radishes, beets, broccoli, raspberries, lettuce mix, cabbage, cucumbers, fresh garlic, kohlrabi, tomatoes, Swiss chard
Heaven’s Gate Soy Candles: Soy Candles
Bristle’s Homemade and Homegrown:  knitted items, such as hand towels, dish cloths, scrubbies, and “kitty nippers” (for cat nip), potato bags, jar mixes filled for easy-soup and cookies, some produce. Special orders available for knitted items.
Merkel Gardens: hanging baskets, flower and veggie starts
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Elderwoods: stone birdhouses
Karen Malone: lavender products
(maybe) Smith’s Daylilies: daylilies

Activities: Kiwanis Children’s tent and music by Bliss.

Your market manager Stephanie Willette took a moment to pose for a photo.