Although we had hit somewhat of a lull between bedding plants and fresh produce, that slump is over. Produce started pouring into the Market last weekend, and this weekend promises some of the same great vendors and even more zucchini, cabbage, potatoes, and beets. Here are the produce vendors for this weekend:
Steve Heuer-zucchini, potatoes, beets, and more
Julie's Produce-zucchini, beets, cabbage, black beans, and cucumbers
Kurt E. Lantz-guineas and eggs
Bardenheier Wine Cellars-wine
St. Andrew's UMC-baked muffins and coffee
DAP's General Goods-spice mixes and baking mixes
Team Millers Homestead-produce, baked goods, and crafts
The Patchwork Attic-fruit jams, fudge, and baked items
Dan Buttry-wooden trellises and assorted produce
Grandma MB's Baked Goods-cookies, breads, and pies
Jill and Dan Lutz-peppers, eggplants, and zucchini
Sarah Jabr-goats and bunnies
Primrose Herbs and Gifts-jellies, soaps, and plants
We also have a few artisans this weekend:
Padre's Gallery-oil paintings
Stuart J. Lippman-birdhouses and other wooden items
Harold Underwood-wood crafts and flower baskets
Nick Stateler-cedar furniture and outdoor decor
Bring in your bugs, wanted and unwanted, for identification from the Bug Doctor. He'll be there, along with Healing Hands Chiropractic, another sponsor of the Market.
Of special note this week as well is Kurt Lantz's booth. Did you notice that he's planning on bringing guineas to sell along with the eggs he normally has. If you've ever wanted one of these lovely feathered creatures, this might be the prefect chance.
Bardenheier Winery will also be on hand this weekend. They're our first winery, and we're excited that they are coming. We can't do wine tastings because of various regulations, but they'll have some available for purchase and will be able to tell you about how they process their grapes just down the road in Richwoods, Missouri.
There's a lot going on this weekend, so we hope you can join us!