Join us this Saturday from 9-1 at the WSEC cafeteria, building 100 to connect with your local food systems and find the perfect holiday gift for those special people in your life.
The Instrument Room will be gracing us with their melodies this week, Girls Scouts with a fundraiser, and as always there will be plenty of hot coffee!
We expect to see:
Shoreline Wild Salmon – amazing fresh caught Alaskan Salmon; frozen fillet and smoked jars
Vogue Booge – soy candle company with a large variety of scents and sizes
Family Circle Centennial Farm – local honey, bees wax, garlic and reusable wax wraps
Dougs Mugs – unique, utilitarian hand thrown pottery
Debbie’s Bead Design – necklaces, bracelets and earrings all hand crafted with love and attention
Lake Divide Farm – seasonal certified organic veggies
La Baguette – fine French baked goods from madeleines to savory tarts
(Maybe)Cookie Jar Bakery – a new vendor for the Chelsea market! Cowboy, chocolate chip, peanut butter pretzel chocolate and butter cookies
Thistle Blossom Herbals – hand, body and other salves and balms
Kapnick Orchards – apples of many varieties, apple cider, doughnuts, sweet treats, nut butters and more
Marks Farm – wide variety of seasonal veggies, eggs, meats and wreaths
Myer Jam – old fashioned jam in lots of tasty flavors
Kristie’s Kreations – woolen mittens, crocheted/knit head bands and more
Affeathermations – original nature art made from found objects – for ceremony and celebration
Brieland Shoultz – eggs, jams, pecan pies (!), and goat milk soap
Golden Fleece Farm – lamb, beef and eggs – all sustainably raised and pastured
Country Hills Pottery – beautiful hand thrown pottery
Charlene Harris – nature embossed ceramics
Thanks so much for your continued support!