December 2

December 2
Downtown Marquette
Farmers Market.
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
November 4 – December 16. Lots of familiar vendors and some new ones also. The mix will change weekly so shop often to see who is at market and check here and the Face Book page also. Storage produce and special holiday meal fixings are in. Plan ahead and get bulk items to get you through the winter. Shop for the best selection of central upper peninsula grown  vegetables, including winter squash-many varieties, potatoes – white, yellow and purple, root vegetables, tomatoes, meat, fresh herbs and much more. Time to think of holiday gift giving, The market has a variety of unique item, you are sure to find something you want to share to show you care.
See you at the market!
24 Vendors this week vendors change weekly
 Black River Blades:
will be at the market each Saturday November 4 – December 16.
Hand made, forged knives; kitchen, hunting, fishing and survival. All made from re-claimed materials.
 
Davin’s Chocolates:
will be at the market: Saturday December 2 and December 16.
Bean-to-bar chocolate maker creating unique chocolate bars using whole cocoa beans that are roasted and ground on site.
 
 Ever Yielding Acres:
will be at the market each Saturday November 4 – December 16.
A young family farm that offers fresh produce, eggs, all varieties of mean, and maple syrup. In December they will sell Christmas trees.
 
  For Goodness Cakes:
will be at he market December 2, 9 and 16.
Offers from-scratch bakery items, primarily cakes filled with homegrown and wild berries.
 
Freshwind Farm:
will be at the market December 2 and December 16
Participates in Hoophouses for Health
specializes in salad greens and microgreens.
 
 Heritage Farm:
will be at the market each Saturday November 4 – December 16.
Creates soaps, lotions and yarn from goats, sheep and llamas raised on the farm.
Jean Sinervo:
This is Jean’s last day at the market this season.
artist designed hand made jewelry of copper, silver, gemstones and enamel featuring local themes and U.P. Stones.
 

 Jeff Heidtman:
will be at the market December 2 and 9.
Christmas wreaths and centerpieces.

 

Lakeside Bakery:
will be at the market December 2 and 16.
Homemade treats with vegan, gluten-free and low carb options.

  Marquette Expressions:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16.
Handmade greeting cards and other paper products.
 
 Mother Mary’s Canning Co:
will be at the market December 2, and 16.
Michigan-made specialty canned foods hand packed, small batch products.
 No 2 of a Kind Crafts:
this is Donna’s last day at the market this season.
Hand knit items.

 

 
 Rock River Farm:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16
storage vegetables and beautiful wreaths.
 
Ronnie’s Art:
Will be at the market: December 2, 9 and 16.
Marquette landscape and familiar buildings prints in various sizes and on note cards.
 Seeds & Spores Family Farm:
will be at the market  December 2, 9 and 16.
Seeds and Spores is a diverse family farm located south of Marquette on the banks of the Chocolay River. Our main focus is growing 10 acres of mixed vegetables. We raise heritage breed hogs and Scottish Highland and Red Angus cattle, as well as laying hens, broiler chickens, and turkeys. In addition, we grow medicinal plants and shiitake and oyster mushrooms.
 
 Slagle’s Family Farm:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16.
First generation farm located in Felch, growing a variety of produce and meat.
 
 Soaring Suds:
will be at the market: November 25, December 2 and 16.
Handmade artisan soaps, bath bombs, lip balm, body butter, sugar scrubs
 
Superior Culture:
this is Alex’s last day at the market this season.
Kombucha, bottled and on tap,  various flavors.
Swanzy Farm:
storage vegetables and honey.

 

The Flying Moose:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16 selling house made soup and other ready to eat deli prepared food.
Touchstone:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16.
Specialty plants, jellies and jewelry.
UP North Roast:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16.
Fresh roasted coffee from around the world. Fresh roasted almonds and pecans. Hot cups of coffee.
Virgin Earth Farm:
will be at the market December 2, 9 and 16 selling storage crops and wood burned art.

 

Wild Pages:
produces hand-bound blank journals inspired by the Northwoods.