Since it is so early in the season after a long cold winter, many of our vendors are still not sure what they will have for market. We hope to know more on Thursday morning. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for last minute updates.
Bob’s Honey – Honey, Nuts & home / wild grown stuff or twigs.
Cindy’s For the Birds – Concrete cast leafs, birdbaths and gourd items.
CMartin Photography – Local landscape photography and Abstract paintings.
Eilerman Brothers Orchard and Produce/Our Daily Bread – Peaches, apples, tomatoes, berries, asparagus, peppers, onions, cucumbers, melons, zucchini, cherries and eggplant. A variety of baked goods including pies, breads, and other sweets.
Jenn Harman – Pottery.
Lakeview farm – Plants, produce, flowers, and pumpkins.
Linze Lavenders – soy candles, handmade soaps, lotions, body butters, lip balms, lotion bars, shampoo bar.
Pop Pop and Company – Home grown vegetables.
Ray Ray’s Kettle Corn – Kettle Corn and Cotton Candy.
Route 66 St. Louis – Author of two books about Route 66 in the St. Louis area. One is a cookbook and one is a history book. In addition, handmade aprons, towels, oven mitts, and more.
Seed Geeks – Heirloom vegetable, flower, and herb seed packets as well as seed collection gift sets.
The Noble Canine Bakery Home – baked all natural ingredient, no preservatives/additives, dog biscuits.
Princess Delights – All Natural No Sugar No Salt No Butter baked Goods.
Two Men and a Garden – Canned Salsa and Pickles.
Wild Flower Farm – Grass Fed, Grass Finished, Chemical Free Beef Shetland Garb. Hand Spun Yarn and Hand Knitted Garb.
Wompelia Produce – Oyster Mushrooms, watermelon, and tomatoes.
Dale Ponce – Hand carved feather pins and earrings and assorted hand made jewelry.
Maia tzvetkova – Bows, headbands, flipflops tu-tus, hair clips.