Saline Farmers Market September 22, 2018

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 09/21/2018 - 12:02

Market is open Rain or Shine with an abundance of fresh fruit, vegetables, delicious baked goods and more! Next weekend for Oktoberfest we move to Parking Lot #2

This weekends Vendor List includes: 

Waterworks Dahlia Gardens- cut flowers

Shoreline Wild Salmon- hook and line caught wild Alaskan Salmon

Legacy Bar- located in Plymouth, selling all natural, plant based vegan and gluten free bars  

Celtic Dairy- goat milk soap, chapsticks, lip scrubs, lotion and more 

Dave's Honey- local Saline honey, honey sticks, beeswax and other bee related items

E. Sue Hendricks- sewn items like bags and potholders, signs and ghost pepper salt

Ed's Bread- an assortment of locally baked breads, muffins and cookies 

Dandylion Design- handmade beaded jewelry

Earthen Jar- hot, ready to eat, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free Indian food as well as deserts from Simple Pleasures Baked Goods

Fresh- fresh roasted coffee beans 

Four Corners Creamery- Black Pig Salame, fresh mozzarella, bleu cheese, goat cheese and spreads, Peppalo bean to bar chocolate

Piggly Petals Flower Farm- Fresh flowers, cut bouquets and stems, headbands, dish clothes scrubbies, cars, towels

Hankrajewel- hand-crafted jewelry made of coppers, metals ans silver

Kapnick Orchards- peaches, berries and other seasonal fruits and vegetables, nut butters, donuts, breads and other baked goods

Marks Farm-  tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, an assortment of peppers and veggies, antibiotic free eggs and meats, plants, fresh cut flowers, herbs and succulents 

Madison Closet and Farm- jams, pickles and herbs, fresh veggies, melons, suckers and more

Nemeth Greenhouse & Farm- fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, potatoes, broccoli, peaches and plants 

Pick Michigan- tortillas, free range eggs, lettuce, eggplant, broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, garlic and more

Prochaska Farms- assortment of low or no spray seasonal produce, tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, peppers and onions, cucumbers and more, garden plants, flowers and herbs 

D&C Weifaert-  local seasonal produce

Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on events every Saturday! And don't forget to bring the kids and help us Find Daisy the Farmers Market cow

We also accept credit cards, Senior Project FRESH, WIC project fresh, bridge cards and offer DUFB.


September 29- OKTOBERFEST we will be moving to parking lot 2 (behind Mac's Acadian Seafood) 

October 20- Fall Harvest at the Market- Fall themed games, crafts and activities

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Jodi Hilberer