The Wednesday Bushel Basket Farmers Market now takes place in the Chelsea State Bank main branch parking lot at the corner of M-52 and Old US-12 from 2-6 p.m.
There is plenty of close-by parking on the other side of the driveway from the bank. Please do not park in the adjacent bank lot, which is reserved for customers and the vendors.
This week, here’s the list of vendors that are expected to participate and what they expect to have. Please remember that sometimes vendors are unable to attend the market or bring all the items they’d hoped to have for sale.
(maybe) Pregitzer Farm Market: vegetable starts, flowers. Ask Wade about his 2017 CSA shares.
Marks Farm: perennials, succulents, veggie starts, planters, baskets, beefalo, pork, chicken, eggs, maple syrup, asparagus, rhubarb, kale, spinach, spring mix, chard.
K’s Acres: floral and herb starts, hanging baskets, end of May – early strawberries.
Golden Fleece Farm: grass-fed lamb and beef
Stone Hearth Bakery: Artisan Breads all made from scratch without preservatives. Specialty breads including bacon cheddar beer, asiago kalamata, apple cinnamon, cinnamon raison, peach pecan, strawberry white chocolate, red raspberry dark chocolate, wild blueberry cream cheese, cheese, jalapeno cheese, 4-cheese, German rye, honey whole wheat, Italian Milano, marble rye, multi (8) grain, Polish pumpernickel, rosemary herb, San Francisco sourdough, spinach feta cheese, 4-cheese pepperoni rolls, 4-cheese habanero/jalapeno pepperoni rolls, cookies, cinnamon buns.
Kapnick Orchards: asparagus, rhubarb, cider, apples, baked goods. Ask about the 2017 CSA.
Lutchka Angus: eggs, rhubarb, green onions, asparagus
Jacob’s Farm Shares: natural produce, eggs, honey. Lettuce coming soon.
Herbology Organics: skin care products
(maybe) Affeathermations: dream catchers and other natural art.
Kootsi Quilting, LLC: finish quilter, hand knitted hats, quilts. Let me finish your quilt, 100’s of designs, handiquilter infinity.
Pat-A-Cakes: gluten free flour mixtures
Country Home Bakery: assortment of pies
Healing Energies: natural skin care products
Swallowtail Pottery: practical pottery that’s beautiful, durable and useful.
There will also be a food demo by Judy Radant who will make herbed asparagus soup.
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