2019 Saturday Market Season Artist Vendors
 Blue Lake Sunrise Pottery
Jenny Frein, Owner.
One of a kind, handmade and wheel thrown ceramic artwork that is functional and sculptural.
 Designs by Vonamae
Vona Mae Scott, owner
Glass fused jewelry created in many shapes, sizes and colors for a unique look. One of a kind.
 Devotional Jewelry
Cindy Kaiser, owner
Wire jewelry that features natural stones and beads.
 Gourd Art by Elaine
Elaine Hommowun, Owner.
Bird houses, bowls and various holiday items made exclusively from gourds. Ak me to make anything, I love the challenge!
 Herbal Oasis Bodycare
Deanna Attee, Owner.
Natural & organically-based herbal body products with an aromatherapy focus – for women, men, children & pets.
Marquette Expressions
Maggi Haupt, Owner.
Hand made greeting cards, note cards, gift tags and other paper products for all occasions.
 Native Sister Soap
Colleen Carlyle, Owner.
World class artisan soap, body butters, matching soy candles scented with pesticide free pure essential oils. Beautiful to look at and most importantly, gentle and kind to your skin and the environment.
 Pea Pickle Farm
Leslie Allen, Owner.
Offering a variety of tapers, figurine candles and ornaments made of beeswax and of bayberry wax, both naturally occurring waxes with intrinsic color and scent. New this year are ornaments of candelilla wax and the home-produced book “Wax: A Relatively Short and Non Linear History of Wax.”
 Red Metal Jewelry
JR Scott, Owner.
Artist designed and created jewelry of quality and originality using precious metals and semi-precious gem stones. Often using recycled metals.
 Shanti Jewelers
Carol Danner, Owner.
Natural Petoskey stone and Larimar stone set in all silver for earrings, rings, necklaces, and beaded jewelry.
 Trillium Turnings
David Payant, Owner.
Turned wooded bowls, platters and goblets.
 Treasa’s Treasures
Treasa Sowa, Owner.
Small farm dedicated to growing quality, healthy season produce and plant starts, jam, maple syrup. Hand woven rugs.
 Winter Sky Wool Company
Karen Valley, Owner.
Prize winning Shetland fiber and sheep since 1992. Many natural colors and dyed products.
Randy & Libby Buchler, Owners.
Wool felted clothing and shoe line made on Shady Grove Farm U.P. from the wool from their sheep.
 2019 Saturday Market  Daily Vendors
  ARK Wood Products
Ron Klumb, owner
Variety of handcrafted wood products, including strawberry planter, games, bird houses/feeders, adjustable trivets and other household useful wood products. Many products made from U.P woods.

 Baskets 2 Use
Jean Haas, Owner.
Hand-made functional baskets, many designs. Custom baskets made upon request.
 Be Well
Kate Lewandowski and Chris Ray, owners
Massage therapy and self-massage tools & techniques.
 Black River Blades
Daniel Choszczyk, Owner.
Handmade, forged knives for kitchen, hunting, fishing, and survival, all made from reclaimed materials.
Jeffrey Pruitt, Owner.
Original paintings – acrylic on canvas.
Diana Sullivan, Artist
Original artwork, prints, note cards, handcrafted bags from original art designs. Felt sculptures.
 Good For You
Kay Presensky, Owner.
Lake Superior driftwood art, recycled sweater mittens, U.P. trivets.
 Jade Enterprises
Deborah Frontiera, Owner, Author.
Books and poetry for children and adults, fiction and  non-fiction.
 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.
Jean is a Marquette area native, working as a metal smith and graphic designer. She has been a participating artist vendor at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market for several years.
Rock Metal Fire Jewelry by Jean Sinervo
 Judy B Knitting
Judy Berglund, Owner.
Hand knit felt wool ornaments and decorations.
 Norway Area Preservation Society:
Carol Sundstrom, Artist
Plastic Food-grade recycled, 50 gallon barrels converted into rain barrels with screened lid and brass spigot and run-off valve on top that a hose can be attached to.
 Que Vida Design
Rosemarie Likens, Artist
Sea or nautical theme jewelry and home decor items created from upcycled materials. One of a kind.
 Remnant Trading Company
Emily cote, Artist, owner
Fiber art and beeswax candles.
Remnant Trading Company is a shop of low impact, high quality offerings to support a low waste lifestyle.
 Ronnie’s Art
Ron Morgan, Owner.
Original paintings, prints, and note cards.
 Sage & Spry
Angela Cherrette, Owner.
Sage & Spry is passionate about offering wellness and massage services that make self-care easy, affordable and hopefully more of a priority. We care about our clients and use Massage and Cupping Therapies as well as Wellness Coaching as tools to support them in living healthier, happier lives with less pain and limitations. Chair massages, homemade natural bath and body products.
Alexandra Kralova-Zender, owner
Sakra is a clothing designer studio using natural and organic materials for her slow fashion clothing and accessories collections. Everything linen designed and made in Marquette.
 Sha-Renee Designs
Shana Baril, Artist
Jewelry designs including metal/wireworking with focal stones.
Soaring Suds
Leslie Edmunds, Owner.
Handmade, 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. Custom orders are welcome
 Susan/David  Grimes
Woodwork items such as lamps, trees, cup trees, and other small items.
Susan Olson-Morse, Owner.
Michigan stone jewelry, floral bead jewelry, semi-precious stone jewelry.
 UP Roc Doc
Connie Hedmark, Owner.
Handmade jewelry, cut, polished stones in silver settings, from own lapidary creations.
Wild Pages
Amber Edmondson, Owner.
Hand-bound, blank journal books and paper arts inspired by the north woods.
Instagram: wildpages
 Willow Nest Co
Melanie Mendelin, Artist
Designed and handmade by Melanie for your little ones in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Natural & organic bibs, teethers, lovies, aprons and room decor.
 Wednesday Evening Market  Artists
 Natalie Lewandoski Pottery
Natalie Lewandoski, Artist
Handmade, functional pottery to make meal times lovely..
 Rebecca’s Macrame Closet
Becky Papke, Artist
Natural jute and macrame polycord macrame art, including plant hangers and wall hangings.



Karl and Kay Nurmi, Artists
A lovely variety of person care products for men and women. Metal work and wood work carefully crafted from select timbers. Something for everyone.
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featured recipe

Roasted Red Kuri Squash + Tart Cherries

Four more outdoor weeks, then 7 indoor markets providing  direct access to locally grown food from the farmers at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market. There is an abundance of squash varieties. All of them taste great and can be prepared in different ways; roasted or steamed. Usually when eating winter squash, only the inside flesh is eaten. The Red Kuri Squash, however, both the flesh and skin can be eaten! Give it a try, either as a main course or a side dish; it would be fabulous with lamb chops or pork chops.

Red Kuri squash, or orange Hokkaido pumpkin, has smooth flesh and a rich, sweet flavor that shines through in pies, soups, and side dishes. Red Kuri Squash or Hokkaido Pumpkin



  • 1 small/medium red kuri squash
  • 1 cup dried tart cherries
  • 2 tablespoon chopped rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon Earth Balance vegan butter
  • 3/4 cup rough chopped pecans
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Sea Salt
  • Maldon Salt


  • Preheat oven to 350° F
  • Cut squash in half, remove seeds, and slice into half moons.
  • Place squash in a single layer on a baking sheet. Coat lightly in olive oil, sprinkle generously with sea salt and roast for 25-35 minutes or until soft.
  • In a medium saute pan combine Earth Balance, cherries, rosemary and 1/4 teaspoon sea salt. Cook for 5-10 minutes or until cherries are soft and rosemary is fragrant. Remove from heat and add pecans. Mix well.
  • Place squash on serving platter, cover with cherry mix and sprinkle with Maldon salt. Serve immediately!


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