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Our vendors: Nov.2

It’s a little late being posted this week (we’ll blame the late night halloween candy eating for that) but here’s the list of vendors who are scheduled to be at the market on Saturday, November 2.

UPDATE: Our original post forgot to mention the picture was taken by Matt Emberton, one of our vendors, on Oct.26, 2013. Be sure to check out his photography website.

Homestead Farm Ltd.Fresh vegetables, strawberries, herbs, flowers, jams and pickles
Organic FarmSprouts, greens, summer and fall vegetables, and greenhouse crops: cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers
Nagles Hill Agri-ProductsA variety of produce, plants, cut flowers, apple trees and hybrid tea rose bushes
Hender;s Organic Vegetable FarmVegetables and herbs grown following the ‘best practices’ of organic farming
Hummock FarmsFresh local vegetables
Ripple Trail FarmProduce, plants, flowers, baked goods, jams and pickles
Olivers FarmLocal beef, poultry, pork and lamb
Lori GreeneSavoury and sweet crepes on the spot
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
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
Cake QueenCreative custom treats: specialty cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, and custom special occasion cakes
Louis PowerFrench pastries
Sweet Love Bake ShoppeGourmet cupcakes
Lynette’s Crazy Good FudgeHomemade fudge
Flour of ScotlandTraditional Scottish baked goods – oatcakes, tattie scones, granola and tea cakes.
Dave HildHandmade, natural sourdough and sprouted grain breads
Jindra MaskovaEuropean decorative gingerbread: cookies, gingerbread house, Christmas tree & decorations
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
Pure Sea SaltLocal solar sea salt
Felt Fun on The RunFelt board stories, felt boards, puppets, toys, and stuffed animals
Michelle MayHand crocheted and hand woven hats, scarves, cowls and other items
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
Gerald Squires GalleryNatural, plant-based, holistic cosmetics and skin care products
Carol ClanceyHand painted woodwork and folk art
PgP PhotographyPhotography and hand painted silk scarves
d’VinylVinyl made into bowls, trays, home decor, jewellery and more
Coombs Town ArtVisual art: belly casting for pregnant women, mural painting, portrait painting, mobiles, home décor paintings, andprints of childrens paintings
My Soul To KeepHandmade jewellery and accessories inspired by travels throughout the world
Velvet Snow AccessoriesBeautiful, antique inspired jewelry and accessories for women
Little Birdie Knits and CraftsColourful knit creations and unique jewellery made from natural materials
The Geek KeepersPixel art, upcycled jewelry, geek themed moulded soaps
Graham Blair WoodcutsHandmade woodcut prints
OneRootAromatherapy-based natural skin care products made from high quality earths oils, butters, plants, & minerals
Kelp Me!All-natural, locally made seaweed skin care products
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
Minnie Ann PierceyA self-published book about the love that dogs can inspire and the lengths their owners will go to protect them

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