Chelsea Market August 6

The Chelsea Farmers Market takes place each Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Palmer parking lot.

Last week, many of the vendors were rained out of the market so there is no updated listing this week. This is their listing from last week.

Activities: 
– Cooking demo: 2 types of summer slaw
– music by the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
– Kiwanis children’s tent

Kapnick Orchards: Cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples, baked goods. Vendor Jason.
Afeathermations: Natural media crafts for ceremony and celebration. Bark art, wall hangings, medicine wheels, heal-the-earth wreaths, fans, rattles, and owls this week. Vendor Joan Hutchinson.
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Fluffy Bottom
 Creamery: sheep’s milk cheeses and yogurt. Vendor Kelli Conlin.
Country Hills Pottery: pottery. Vendor Maureen Lochey.
Chandra June: jewelry. Vendor Chandra.
Debbie’s Bead Design: jewelry. Vendor Debbie.
Two Tracks Acres: breakfast sausage, Italian sausage, chorizo, pork chops, ribs, polish sausage, pork roasts, ground pork, chicken. Vendor Taik Fountaine.
Goetz Greenhouse: kale, beets, cabbage, garlic, onions, potatoes, zucchini, carrots, cucumbers, broccoli, tomatoes, corn, yellow squash, eggplant, melons, cantaloupe, basil, free range eggs, flower bouquets. Vendors Luke and Sally Goetz.
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Stone Hearth Bakery: bread, cookies, brownies. Vendor Jason.
Heim Gardens: kohlrabi, green beans. Vendor Kevin Heim.
Frog Hollar: cherries, blueberries, cucumbers, corn, green beans, radishes. Vendor Judy Jackson.
Dave’s Honey: honey. Vendor Dave.
HumusFilafil: hummus and falafel. Vendor Ferial Rewoldt.
Renovatio Woodworks: hand-crafted wood furniture. Vendor Matthew Miller.
La Baguette cookies
La Baguette
: baked goods, baguettes. Vendors Susanne Murray and Lisa Carolin.
Bean Creek Cookie Company: old fashioned cookies made from scratch, light and fluffy caramel corn. Vendor Betty Rupley.
Thistle Blossom Herbals: Salves, infused herbal medicine oils, moisturizer oils and lotion bars and our famous lavender linen spray. Vendors Denise Wirtz and Bonnie Mulliner.
Bordine Farms: dahlias, glads, snap dragons. Vendor Duane Bordine.
Brieland Shoultz: eggs, vegetables, soap, jam. Vendor Greg Schoultz.
Elysium Soap: soap, lotions, lip balm. Vendor Andi Phillipe.
jam
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. Vendor Nicole Streeter.
Robin Hills Farm: heirloom tomatoes, romano beans, kale, chard, peppers, heirloom tomatoes. Vendor Bee Ayer.
Myer Farms: jams and jellies. Vendor Carolyn Myer.
Tantre Farms: new potatoes, kale, arugula, green beans, summer squash, carrots, spicy mix, collards, zucchini, radishes, beets, broccoli,  cabbage, cucumbers, fresh garlic, kohlrabi, hot peppers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, mushrooms, eggplant, onions, blackberries, plums, watermelon. Vendor Deb Lentz.
Heaven’s Gate Soy Candles: Soy Candles. Vendor Ryan Effe.
The Barn: rustic benches from reclaimed barnwood. Vendor Charlie.
Blue Moon Signs: Hand painted custom signs. Vendor Nick.
Merkel Gardens: hanging baskets, flowers, cut flowers, and vegetables. Vendor Margaret Merkel.
assorted-vegetables
Smith’s Daylillies: 
daylilies. Vendor Gerry Smith.
Fresh: coffee by the cup  and coffee. Vendor John LeBlanc.
H and H Sugarbush: maple syrup and related products. Vendor Kirk Hedding.
Mostly Green Acres:  soy free, organic fed, free range chicken eggs and whole chickens, grass fed beef. Vendor Cindy.

assorted-vegetables