December 9

December 9, at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market.

Shop at the market for the best selection of central upper peninsula grown vegetables, including squash, fresh herbs, mushrooms, meats, maple syrup.  Amazing artisans with gift quality, unique goods, perfect for Christmas gifts. Shop 16 independently owned small business for your Holiday preparations.
Market moved indoors,
November 4 – December 16, the last 7 weeks of the season.  Hours: 9 am-1 pm.

16 Vendors
 vendors change weekly
 Baskets 2 Use:
Jean makes beautiful, useful baskets of many designs.
This is her last market for the season.

 

 
Black River Blades:
Hand made, forged knives, kitchen, hunting, fishing, survival. All made from re-claimed materials.
Dan will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
 Ever Yielding Acres:
is a local small farm in Skandia providing local homegrown produce, meat, maple syrup and Christmas trees.
Charles and Miriam will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
 For Goodness Cakes:
variety of home made cakes and scones.
Kathy will be at the market December 9 and 16.

 

 
 Heritage Farm:
creates soap, lotion and yarn from goats, sheep and llamas raised on the farm.
Tom will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
JB Crafts:
Hand made cedar log bird houses and bird feeders with stone chimney, cedar bat houses, pine shut box dice game and hand-tied fishing flies.This is Jim’s last day at the market this season.
 
 Jeffrey Heidtman:
Farmer Jeff specializes in flowers and table arrangements.This will be Jeff’s last day at the market this season.
 
 Marquette Expressions:
Hand made greeting cards and labels.
Maggie will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
 No 2 of the Same:
Hand-knit and sewn items.
This is Donna’s last day at the market this season.
 
Rock River Farm:
A small diversified farm creating seasonal wreaths this time of the year. Shailah or Rowan will be at the market December 9 and 16.
 Seeds & Spores Family Farm:
grows a wide variety of seasonally diverse products including vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, eggs, pasture raised pork, grass fed beef, and maple syrup. Seeds and Spores Family Farm accepts Hoophouses for Health vouchers and  will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
Shady Grove Farm:
Sheep to garment, wool raised from Shady Grove Farm is used to create Wolly Mamma’s unique clothing and footwear. Libby will be at the market December 9 and 16.
 Sha Renee Designs:
Shana designs asymmetrical jewelry using metal/wire work and stone focal pieces.This is her last week at the market this season.
 
The Flying Moose:
will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
offering lunch items from their deli.
In addition to the deli, The Flying Moose store on W. Washington St. sells organic and local grocery items, outdoor gear, beer & wine and bikes.
 
UP North Roast:
is a local roasting company providing the ares with fresh roasted whole bean and ground coffee and fresh roasted almonds and pecans. They start with green coffee beans from around the world and roast them to perfection. Jacob will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.
 
 Virgin Earth Farm:
produces Certified Naturally Grown produce and burnt wood farm art.
Greg will be at the market all Saturdays November 4 – December 16.