Artists

2018 Season Artist Vendors
Baskets 2 Use
Jean Haas, Owner.
Hand-made functional baskets, many designs.
Be-leaf Bodycare
Brian Boyak, Owner.
Natural body and facial products feature organic argan oil, organic Shea butter, botanical extracts and therapeutic grade essential oils.
Black River Blades
Daniel Choszczyk, Owner.
Handmade forged knives for kitchen, hunting, fishing, and survival, all made from reclaimed materials.
Blue Lake Sunrise Pottery
Jenny Frein, Owner.
Fiber wearable art and ceramic artwork that is functional and sculptural.
Gourd Art by Elaine
Elaine Hommowun, Owner.
Bird houses, bowls and various holiday items made exclusively from gourds.
Herbal Oasis Bodycare
Deanna Attee, Owner.
Natural & organically-based herbal body products with an aromatherapy focus – for women, men, children & pets.
JB Crafts
Jim Boxer, Owner.
Cedar log birdhouses and bird feeders, bat houses and planters, fly tying table, hand tied flies, and pine shut-box games.
Jean Sinervo
Jean Sinervo, Owner.
Artist designed hand made jewelry of copper, silver, gemstones, enamel local themes and U.P stones. Also, handmade copper bells and souvenir U.P maps.
Marquette Expressions
Maggi Haupt, Owner.
Hand made greeting cards and other paper products.
Native Sister Soap
Colleen Carlyle, Owner.
Natural artisan soap & body butters, matching non GMO soy candles scented with pesticide free pure essential oils.
Pea Pickle Farm
Leslie Allen, Owner.
Beeswax and bayberry wax candles and figurines.
Red Metal Jewelry
JR Scott, Owner.
Handmade not assembled jewelry with stones, copper, and silver.
Sage & Spry
Angela Cherrette, Owner.
Chair massages, homemade natural bath and body products.
Woolymama
Randy & Libby Buchler, Owners.
Clothing line made on Shady Grove Farm U.P. from their sheep.
Shanti Jewelers
Carol Danner, Owner.
Natural Petoskey stone and Larimar stone set in all silver for earrings, rings, necklaces, and beaded jewelry.
Treasa’s Treasures
Treasa Sowa, Owner.
Small farm dedicated to growing quality, healthy season produce and plant starts, jam, maple syrup. Hand woven rugs.
Trillium Turnings
David Payant, Owner.
Turned wooded bowls, platters and goblets.
Wild Pages
Amber Edmondson, Owner.
Hand-bound, blank journal books and paper arts inspired by the north woods.
Winter Sky Wool Company
Karen Valley, Owner.
Prize winning Shetland fiber and sheep since 1992. Many natural colors and dyed products.
                                                                           
2018 Daily Vendors
613 Studios:
Mike Liagre, owner
Custom pallet art
Aquarius Art Ventures:
Tamara Niemi, owner
Art posters, photographs, postcards.
 
ARK Wood Products
Ron Klumb, Owner.
Strawberry planter, games, bird houses/feeders, adjustable trivets and other household useful wood products.
 
Bandolier International
Jeffrey Pruitt, Owner.
Original paintings – acrylic on canvas.
Branching Out
Joan Roberts, Owner.
Twig garden art.
 
David Grimes, Susan Grimes
Woodwork items such as lamps, trees, cup trees, and other small items.
Designs by Vonamae
Vona Mae Scott, owner
Glass fused jewelry.
 
Designer Jacque
Jacqueline Edwards, owner
Artist designed apparel, current collection inspired by the ocean.
Good For You
Kay Presensky, Owner.
Driftwood art
Jade Enterprises
Deborah Frontiera, Owner.
Author, multi genre, fiction and non-fiction.
Judy B Knitting
Judy Berglund, Owner.
Hand knit felt wool arrangements and decorations.
 
Norway Area Preservation Society:
Carol Sundstrom, Artist
Plastic Food-grade recycled barrels converted into rain barrels with screened lid and brass spigot.
 
The Phoenician Soap Co.
Jacalyn Salloum, Owner.
Artisan, small batch soaps and lotions.
Ronnie’s Art
Ron Morgan, Owner.
Paintings, prints, and note cards.
Soaring Suds
Leslie Edmunds, Owner.
Cold process soap, bath bombs, bubble bars and more.
 
SpOILed by OILs:
Tiffany Opalka-Myers, owner
Handmade products using pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Items include cleaning products and personal care.
 
Thai Massage & Bodywork
Christopher Ray, Owner.
Thai massage.
Touchstone
Susan Olson-Morse, Owner.
Michigan stone jewelry, floral bead jewelry, semi-precious stone jewelry.
 UP Roc Doc
Connie Hedmark, Owner.
Jewelry, cut, polished stones in silver settings.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured recipe

Blueberry-Raspberry Microgreen Smoothie


 Microgreens come in a wide variety of textures, flavors, and colors. A few varieties available at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market include: sunflower, pea, mustard, cress, broccoli, kale, and radish. Sunflower microgreens have a mild, nutty flavor and crunchy texture whereas pea microgreens are sweeter in flavor and tender in texture. Mustard and cress both have a spicier flavor. Broccoli microgreens have dark green leaves and a mild broccoli flavor. The radish microgreens are red and green in color, taste mildly of radish, and have a slight crunch. Kale has a flavor that resembles lettuce and is light green in color.
Blueberry - Raspberry Smoothie
Microgreens are packed with nutrients. People wanting to improve their health and wellness through nutrition are sneaking microgreens in their smoothies, piling them on sandwiches, and mixing them into salads. This week’s recipe is a blueberry-raspberry microgreen smoothie. You can find most of the ingredients for the recipe at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market.

 INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1 cup ice if using fresh berries
  • 1 cup any milk or other liquid
  • 1/4 cup microgreens of your choice (sunflower, pea, kale or broccoli microgreens taste great in smoothies.)
  • 1 Tbs. honey, if desired
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract

 PREPARATION

The first step in making this smoothie will be to add the liquid base of milk, water, or other preferred liquid. With the liquid as the bottom layer, this allows the blender to easily pull down the top layers.  Add the honey and vanilla extract immediately after the liquid base. Next up, bring on the microgreens. Keeping the microgreens at the bottom of the blender is a smart way to make sure they are blended well.  Following this step, drop in the blueberries and raspberries. Finally, top off the blender with the ice. The weight of the heavier top layers will help push the ingredients down towards the base. Blend until desired consistency and serve.

Recipe adapted from Sproutpeople.org

https://sproutpeople.org/sprout-recipes/blueberry-raspberry-smoothie/