Sep 22, 2010

Suquamish Farmer's Market HARVEST FAIR

Oh the best laid plans.....I am so many months behind in my blogging, catching up seems impossible.  To that extent, I'll just jump right in. 

Today is the last day of the Suquamish Farmer's Market, which I've been vending at almost every Wednesday since mid-July.  Though small in size, the people involved and the goods available are marvelous.   Hoping to see you there today.

Suquamish Farmer's Market
Fall Harvest Fair!
September 22, Wednesday 3:00 to 7 p.m.

Come on out for the beautiful sunny fall afternoon! Free pumpkins for kids at the pumpkin decorating tent and every 20 minutes we’ll do a raffle draw for a gift of your choosing from one of this week’s vendors. This week’s lineup:

Hand Sown Homegrown: Sara & Jared Hankins will have lettuce, squashes, cherry and big tomatoes, garlic, artichokes, carrots, beets, beans, and more:

Some Like It Hott: Charlie Bodony grows pepper varieties in his 600 foot greenhouse, smokes them over an alder fire, and grinds them to powder seasoning.

Gregory Farm: Paul Gregory both grows produce west of Bangor as well is imports Yakima fruit. This week he’ll have Yakima’s Johnson Orchards peaches, nectarines, pluots, and honeycrisp, gala, and gravenstein apples. Yakima’s Jim Blonde will supply blueberries, and Paul will bring his large, sweet onions, green beans, and leeks.

Larry Hile: Larry will have Chanterelle mushrooms, purple potatoes, beets, red cabbage, zucchini, and Swiss Chard.

Finn Hill Farm: Andrea Wigglesworth, will have both summer and winter squash varieties, onions, pie pumpkins, beans, zuchinni, tomatoes, and scallions:

Weaving, Sewing, Carving, Knitting, and Soap Makers
WashSoaps: Mary Coupland makes natural glycerince soaps with organic essential oils:

Halfshell Arts: Ellen Peterson paints watercolors, makes picture collages, and more!

Leon Jones: Makes peeled branch walking canes with woven string top parts.

A Stitch Above: Bobby Weiler and family, makes earrings, badgeholders, eyeglassholders, various beaded items, dreamcatchers, pillow and blanket sets, decorative pillows, catnip bags and other sewn items.

Made In Manette: Carolee Valentine, makes soap and knits baby hats, dish towels, pot holders, and sews apron and clothespin bags.

Steve Old Coyote: Carves masks, flutes, and emblems of Northwest coast traditions, Southwest peoples traditions, and the Plains.

Ready to Go Food
New Vendor!: Li’l Lumpia Shack: Melanie Ives-Griggs will be making delicious, crispy beef rolls

Stonehouse Breads and New York Style Bagels: The Stones will have their bagel kinds of plain Sourdough, whole wheat, sunflower, carmelized onion, garlic, poppyseed, sesame seed, everything, salt, and cinnamon raisin:

Viking Ice Cream: Thormod and Asta will make the ice cream flavors of Arctic Vanilla, Lemon Meringue, Raspberry Cream, Blackberry of Mordor and Sea Monster (Lemon, Lime and Orange combined).

Jones Family Farm: Serving barbecue ribs and chicken, pulled pork, using ingredients from grocery stores, local farmers, and their own garden produce.

Chebon Tiger: Oklahoma Style Fry Bread and Indian Tacos

Crimson Cove Smoked Salmon & Cheese: Jody & Mark DeSalvo: The DeSalvos use alder and apple to smoke their sockeye salmon and cheeses. They smoke their signature Alder Smoked Blue , Cheddar, Pepper Jack, Gouda, Swiss, and Goat (Jack, Cheddar)

Mels Bells Jewelry: Melanie Delker creates hand-beaded jewelry, glassware accessories, and prayer beads including custom rosaries:

 Room3Designs: Tiffany Westlund works with beads in jewelry and numerous accessories:  and

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