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Farmer’s Market will return with early start

Dan Bischoff, Of the Park Record

Taste buds will be giddy starting Wednesday.

The Farmer’s Market is back at The Canyons. The market will take place at the Cabriolet parking lot every Wednesday until the last week of October. This year, the time has changed from previous seasons. It will start and end earlier. It will start at noon and fold up its tents at 6 p.m.

This year will feature a number of newcomers to the scene. Familiar venders will be there as well with exceptional food. There will be local musicians and artist that will create a positive ambiance for the event. Stop by for fresh produce, fresh baked bread and arts and crafts from local vendors. For more information call (435) 671-1336 or visit, http://www.parkcityfarmersmarket.com.

One of the newcomers will be elementary students from Colby Elementary School. They will make bowls and sell vegetables and salads with their bowls. The children at the school will learn how to decide what to grow, how to harvest and what it takes to grow a market garden. Daisy Fair will coordinate the program. Since this is Colby’s first year, they will not be there every week, Fair said. Colby’s first day at the Market will be June 28.The school is organizing a market program to teach second through eighth graders how to plant, grow and organize a farmer’s market. For more information on the market program contact Elli Goldberg at the Colby School.

The Adopt a Native Elder non-profit organization will come to the market for its seventh year. Some of the things they will sell are Navajo rugs, turquoise jewelry, and rugs and jewelry made by children.

"I represent the Navajo weavers and jewelry makers of the Navajo tribe," said Linda Myers, founding director. "They don’t have an outlet to make money so they get all of our proceeds. We get tremendous support form the people of Park City."

Here is a list of the vendors that have been accepted for this season’s market:

GROWERS

1- Call’s Fruit & Vegetable (fruits & vegetables)

2- Chad’s Produce (many vegetables, greens, tomatoes)

3- Chavez Farms (fruits and vegetables)

4- The Colby School *(NEW this season – kids from the school will grow and market their produce.)

5- Corbridge Country Berries *(NEW this season – from Malad, Idaho.)

6- The Country Gardener (fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, eggs)

7- Darlene Plants (vegetables, tomatoes, flowers)

8- Day Farms (fruits and vegetables)

9- Earley Farms (Bear Lake raspberries)

10- East Farm (fruits and vegetables)

11- Fowers Fruit (fruits and vegetables)

12- George’s Herbs & Produce (herbs and vegetables)

13- Growing Empire (potted flowers, perennials, herbs, shrubs, trees)

14- Hale’s Herbs (fruits, vegetables, herbs)

15- Happy Trowels (fresh cut flowers)

16- Jensen Farms (fruits and vegetables)

17- Jewel’s Apples (fruits and vegetables)

18- Marvin’s Garden (fruits and vegetables)

19- Ranui Gardens (certified organic vegetables, herbs and flowers)

20- Richard Wagstaff (fruits and vegetables, flowers)

21- Russell’s Sprouts (fruits and vegetables, flowers)

22- S & R Fruit (fruits and vegetables)

23- Schmidt’s Produce (corn, other fruits and vegetables, cornstalks)

24- Smitty’s Nursery (vegetables)

25- Tagge’s Famous Fruit (fruits and vegetables)

26- Thompson Family Farm (pecans, melons and assorted vegetables)

27- Tony’s Produce (fruits and vegetables)

28- Tveit Gardens (fruits and vegetables, herbs)

29- Woodyatt Cherry Farms (cherries and cherry concentrate)

FOOD PRODUCERS

1- Aquarius Fish (fresh and frozen seafood)

2- Beehive Cheese Co. (assorted cow’s milk cheeses)

3- Bob’s Bees (honey)

4- Colosimo’s Sausage (sausage and sausage sandwiches)

5- Drake Family Farm (goat milk cheeses and yogurt, cage free eggs)

6- Hee Haw Farms *(NEW this season – homemade style ice cream made with a John Deere mixer)

7- High Mtn. Distributors (assorted jerky and rubber band guns)

8- Honey of Deseret (honey and bee products)

9- Maui Wowie *(NEW this season – fresh fruit smoothies)

10- Miracle Salsa (assorted salsas)

11- Morgan Valley Lamb (lamb products)

12- New Dough Rising Bakery (pastries & muffins, yeast breads, deli sandwiches, beverages)

13- Nutty Guys (assorted nuts, candy and dried fruits)

14- Pepperlane Products (assorted jalapeno pepper preserves)

15- Pioneer Valley (assorted jams, jellies and syrups)

16- Rockhill Creamery *(NEW this season – assorted aged cow’s milk cheeses from Brown Swiss cows)

17- Shish Kebob *(NEW this season – beef or chicken shish kebobs, bratwurst, corn dogs and beverages)

18- Snowie (dba Lone Wolf Ventures) – (shaved ice with flavors)

19- Spencer’s Smokin’ Grill *(NEW this season – smoked meats, fish & fowl, BBQ sauces & rubs, beverages)

20- Sugarbear Kettle Korn (kettle corn, caramel corn and cinnamon roasted nuts)

21- Sunnybay, Inc. *(NEW this season – garlic sauce marinade)

22- Swig *(NEW this season – iced tea beverages)

23- Tom’s Gourmet Foods (dessert toppings)

24- Volker’s Bakery (yeast breads, pastries, bread dipping sauces)

25- Volker’s Pizza (wood fired pizza)

26- Wild Alaska *(NEW this season – fresh & frozen seafood)

ARTISANS

1- Adopt-a-Native Elder Non Profit (authentic Navajo-made crafts)

2- Aspenlogik (rustic log furniture)

3- Black Mountain *(NEW this season – spinning sphere gemstone water fountains and asst. gemstones)

4- C.R. International *(NEW this season – decoupage clocks and light switch covers)

5- Cade & Co. (baby shoes and clothing)

6- Cynthia Bohannon Int. Décor (dried floral arrangements and metal signs)

7- D. Sutton Beck Jewelry (precious gemstone jewelry, beaded bags, caps, hats and scarves)

8- d’Hulst Originals (formerly Freeform Wire – hand sculptured wire-wrapped jewelry)

9- Dick Hughes Metal (steel art items)

10- Drake Family Farm (goat milk soap, lotion, cream and lip balm)

11- Earth Mother’s Creations (vegetable-based soap, lotion, creams, lip balms, oils, salts and scrubs)

12- Gautney Art (watercolor artwork and knitted items)

13- Ken’s Rock Art (rock art, metal art, wood art)

14- Leather Craft Made In The Shade (leather belts, wristbands, hair clasps & bags)

15- McCormick Designs (wood art in sculpture and relief – vases, bowls, etc.)

16- Moonrise Beadworks (beadwear)

17- Mountain Magic (therapy pillows, dog beds, wine bags, clothing repair)

18- Olive Branch *(NEW this season – tablecloths, runners, pillows)

19- Olympia’s Home Decor (dried floral arrangements, metal signs, pressed flower charms)

20- Park City Photography *(NEW this season – fine art photography and painted artwork)

21- Piedra Pottery *(NEW this season – ceramics and knitted items)

22- Snugglebuggs (jackets, bags, mittens, backpacks, etc. made with ribbons and recycled wool)

23- Sugarbear Carvings (chainsaw bears and carvings)

24- Wiggley Wood Wonders (wood decor and games)

25- Willowy Bay Design *(NEW this season – pet collars and pet jewelry)


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