Friday, September 23, 2011

What's at the Market September 24th

Here are the Vendors for this week's Market:

Sandy View Farms-Fresh produce and fresh, frozen, Angus beef.

DAP's-Dry mixes, fresh baked goods, dog treats.

Julie Ott's Produce-Fresh produce and fresh baked goods.

Contrell Honey Farm-Local pure honey.

Grandview Farms-Lye soap.

Ladies of Grace-Handcrafted items and fresh baked goods.

Wood Unlimited-Handcrafted cedar furniture and items.

Betsy Irelan-Handcrafted jewelry.

Margaret Pillen-Handcrafted quilts, blankets, jams, butters and fresh baked goods.

Sew-it-all Creations-Handcrafted aprons and hats.

Friday, September 16, 2011

What's at the Market September 17th

The Market will be open and fair weather is predicted.  You have 5 more weeks to enjoy this year's Farmers' Market.  I don't think we can top last week's great event, "Celebrate Your Heritage", but we can sure try.  Thank you to all our great Vendors, the Market raffle yielded $80 to help sustain the Market.

St. Andrew's will be serving breakfast this week from 7am to 11am or until they run out. 

Here are our Vendors for this week:

Cyndi Lou's Produce-Fresh produce
Sandy View Farm-Fresh produce and USDA inspected, pastured raised Angus beef for sale.  Frozen and packaged for your convenience.
Single Creek Draft Horse Farm-Fresh produce and maple syrup.
Hand crafted jewelry:
     Lori Dycus, Barb Weston-Puzzles, Betsy Irelan.
DAP's-Dry mixes, baked goods, dog bones.
Margaret Pillen-Hand crafted quilts, blankets, jams and baked goods.
Julie Ott's Produce-Fresh produce and baked goods.
Karen's Caprine Farm Fashion-Her goats will be paying a visit and she has farm fashion t-shirts and more.  Live rabbits for sale.
Dan Buttry Produce-Fresh produce and hand crafted trellis'.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Market Community Committee Meeting Sept 14th

Our monthly Community Committee Meeting will be this Wednesday, September 14th at 5pm at City Hall in De Soto.  The meeting is open to the public and vendors.  Please consider being part of the planning for the Market.  We need your input.

Also, vendors and volunteers,  please put October 16th on your calendar for our Appreciation Dinner.  It will be held in the afternoon at Julie Ott's Farm.  More details will be given shortly.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011


We will host the 1st Annual "Celebrate Your Heritage" Day at the Market this coming Saturday, September 10th.  We have about 20 Vendors coming with their best produce, meat, chicken, baked goods, wares and more. Plus about 10 local artisans that will be demonstrating their craft and a group of Civil War Reenactors to round out the day.  How more exciting can it be!

Here is the list of Vendors we have so far:

Cyndi Lou's Produce-Fresh produce and Fresh frozen, USDA inspected, Angus pastured-raised beef.

Nick Stattler, Wood Unlimited-Cedar funiture.

Ray Underwood-Wood creations.

Bardenheier Wine Cellars-Richwood's winery.

Dycus Jewelry-Hand-crafted jewelry.

The Bug Doctor-is in the house or I should say parking lot!  Come ask about your plants, garden etc.

Windy Lake Farm LLC-Fresh frozen, USDA inspected, pastured-raised chicken.

Single Creek Draft Horse Farm-Fresh produce and maple syrup.

DAP'S-Dry mixes

Juanity Nobles-Local author featuring her book, "A Heritage of Faith".

Big River Alpacas-Live alpacas and wares made from their hair plus Mom's Cookies.

Jen Winford-Soap creations.

Busy B's Apiary-Local honey.

Princess Delights-Homemade fresh breads

Sew-it-all Creations-Aprons, hats & small fabric crafts.

Get Healthy De Soto-Blood pressure tests and health information.

Karen's Caprine Farm Fashion-T-shirts and more with farm pictures and their goats will be here.  Rabbits for sale.

Julie Ott's Produce-Fresh produce and baked goods.

Robin Warren-Jams, baked goods, handmade jewelry.

St. Andrew's UMC-Fresh baked muffins and more with hot coffee and lemonade to wet your whistle.

Steve Heuer-Fresh produce.

Margaret Pillen-Homemade jams, baked goods and handmade quilts.


For the remainder of the Market year will have our tote bags reduced to only $5.00. These well designed, zippered totes will be a great item for you to carry all your goodies in.

Also, we are having a SALE on our Market t-shirts and travel mugs. Only $8.00 until the supply lasts.

Our Market Cookbook will be available as well. All of the receipes are from our local vendors and friends.

Stop by the big, beautifully built Market "Barn" and shop till you drop (or at least sit down)!