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Our Vendors: July 27

Please note: We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the weekly vendor list as some vendors may cancel at the last minute due to unforseen circumstances. When possible we will update this list if there are cancellations.

Seed to SpoonFreshest, best tasting veggies
Nagles Hill Agri-ProductsA variety of produce, plants, cut flowers, apple trees and hybrid tea rose bushes
Organic FarmSprouts, greens, summer and fall vegetables, and greenhouse crops: cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers
Murray Meadows FarmNaturally grown vegetables with no chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides
Olivers FarmLocal beef, poultry, pork and lamb
Nina PateyGeraniums and rhubarb.
Jyoti PansareBaked samosas, spinach puris, and deep fried onion kachoris. Paintings, wall hangings, scarves, skirts, and papier mache bowls.
The Waffle LadyFresh waffles and homemade toppings
Fine Food FactoryPanini and salads, pies and treats, soup mix, cookies mix, pancakes mix
Fatima KhanIndian food: meat and vegetable biryani,chick pea curry, pakora mix vegetable, butter chicken, naan, meat and vegetable samosas, baklawa and sweets
Akmaral ToryevaTraditional Turkmenian food
Multi Ethnic Food EnterpriseMulti Ethnic food from many countries around the world
Chere Amie CakesCakes and cupcakes
Louis PowerFrench pastries
Dave HildHandmade, natural sourdough and sprouted grain breads
Lynette’s Crazy Good FudgeHomemade fudge
Flour of ScotlandTraditional Scottish baked goods – oatcakes, tattie scones, granola and tea cakes.
ScallywagsAll-natural homemade dogs treats
Serendipity & Here-Be-Dragonslocal jams, chutneys, salsas, marmalades, preserves with local ingredients, fresh herbs and vegetables (peppers, zucchini, lettuces), along with upcycled, found-object steampunk art
Real Food MarketOrganic juice and smoothies, organic wheatgrass, organic sprouts, organic trail mix and organic baked goods
Cathy HoylesLemonade made with real organic lemons and all natural ingredients
The Blue Box PantryPrepackaged dry ingredients for homemade soups
Adam’s Mini DonutsMini-donuts!
Five Brothers Artisan CheeseNewfoundland artisan cheese and dairy products
OCD Crochet – Obsessive Crochet DivaHand crocheted items: hats, mittens, and scarfs for the whole family; bags; household items; bookmarks; baby dresses, hats, mittens, legwarmers, booties, blankets and bibs; hair accessories, and ornaments
d’VinylVinyl made into bowls, trays, home decor, jewellery and more
St.John’s Soap WorksHandmande artisan soaps
DoodlepaloozaEmbossed pewter, copper and aluminum Newfoundland-themed home decor pieces, relief prints (linocuts) and high-quality prints of my paintings
Dawn’s Creations100% colored clay rowhouse products, one-of-a-kind jewellery and mummers
Foggy Rock FibresHandspun wool and exotic fibres, felted items
PgP PhotographyPhotography and hand painted silk scarves
Simply Handmade by LanaFabric and paper goods: zipper pouches and bags, shoulder bags, hoop art, children’s clothes and accessories, aprons, pillow covers, cards, nursery prints and much more
John KitchenSelf-published books and stained glass art
Atlantic Rock ThreadsSmall decorative pillows/cushion covers
Carol ClanceyHand painted woodwork and folk art
My Soul To KeepHandmade jewellery and accessories inspired by travels throughout the world
Brassy Lassy JewelsJewellery using semi precious stones, sterling silver, antique bronze
The Purple Raven BoutiqueWire-wrapped local & exotic stones, viking wire knitting, mixed media; pendants, necklaces, bracelets, earrings & pins
Karlande Designs Ltd.Jewellery
Research Centre for the Study of Music, Media and PlaceCDs which feature historical and out-of-print/inaccessible tracks of traditional (largely Newfoundland) music
Pixy MamaHammocks with stuff sacks: unlined, lined with velour, chenille, fleece or fun fur for extra warmth and coziness, or in ultra lightweight fabric for travelling gypsies
Brindy LinensBrindy Linens is a cottage industry based in textiles: tea towels, tote bags, pillows, and sachets filled with french lavender
Graham Blair WoodcutsHandmade woodcut prints
OneRootAromatherapy-based natural skin care products made from high quality earths oils, butters, plants, & minerals
Boulder PublicationsBoulder publishes books by Newfoundland & Labrador authors, and topics focusing on this province.
A Ninja StoryT-shirts printed with comic series A Ninja Story

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