Artisans & Specialty Food

(2017 season dates)

We are pleased to welcome Artisans and Specialty Food producers to our market on the last Saturday of the month from June through October.

You will find them set up just outside the Harvest Barn, offering a huge variety of hand-crafted, hand-made goods of all kinds.

The list below includes all Artisans and Specialty Food producers currently signed up.  Not every Artisan will be there on every Artisan Day. If you are interested in a particular vendor, contact them using the information below:

Atina Foods: vegan, vegetarian and mostly gluten free condiments, pickles chutneys, and snacks.

11035736_882830708455365_2968524725253096793_oAubrey:  hand carved wooden spoons, bowls from locally sourced hardwoods

Barley Farms Shortbread9 flavors of shortbread using local, organic and Fair Trade ingredients

Beaux Tricots: Beautiful hand-knits featuring infants and toddlers’ hats, sweaters, knitted stuffed animals, baby blankets and more.

Clove Valley Creations:  origami and beaded jewelry using traditional bead weaving techniques

Davis Studio:    ?? need more info

Double O Designs:  hand knitted and sewn items, wools & cottons

Barbara Graham:  unique handmade greeting cards, small paintings, handmade tote bags

Great Cape Baking:   hand-cut cider donuts

Liz Hamann Pottery:  functional pottery, mugs, bowls, honey jars, plates.

11791922_882831188455317_4234379593594305228_oKastania Olive Oil:  Kastania olive oil, olives and Mediterranean sea salt

Kimba Ink:  birch bark wood burned etchings, dream catchers, Zen gardens

Sonja Langdon:  knitted hats and gloves, fabric purses, doll clothes

Deborah Macheski:  natural gemstone & crystal jewelry, collage tags, cards and trays

Olde York Farm:  Distillery & Cooperage:   farm to cask spirits, bottled in glass bottles, Diamond St Vodka, maple bourbon, gin

soasa necklaceThe Peach Tree:  natural gemstone and freshwater pearl jewelry

Rustic Woodcraft:  rustic arbors and furniture made with Eastern red cedar

Don & Diane Shadic:  Adirondack tables and chairs

Spice Revolution:  over 150 sustainably raised herbs, spices and sea salt, unique cookies and pie bars

Joan Stuart:  ceramic vessels, sculptural and/or functional pieces

Taproot Threads:   is Carol Michelfelder the owner? Checking that I have the right one.

Toolin Around:  folk art bird houses, handcrafted from repurposed materials

Wild Thyme Essentials:   Handmade soaps with mostly saponified oils, essential oils, and natural colorants.