Bremerton Farmers Market — Week of May 19
Here’s to another market Thursday with sunshine + MUSIC! Join us at Evergreen Park for some amazing produce, artisan goods and delicious food! Be sure to stop by the Market Booth if you need “cash” and use your credit / debit / EBT card to get tokens!
At the Market this Week:
FARMERS / GROWERS:
Celestial Dream Gardens – variety of unique ornamental perennials & shrubs
Clark Farms – local, 100% grass fed, dry-aged beef that is antibiotic, hormone and steroid free. Each individual package is frozen and vacuum sealed for freshness. Cuts range from sumptuous steaks to fabulous slow-cook roasts! EBT Accepted
Harlow Gardens / Garden Bugs – this week Doug will have rhubarb, spinach, mustard, collards, kale, herbs & veggie plant starts. Doug’s new venture called Garden Bugs will be featuring hand-tied trout flies! And don’t miss out — he is also selling 3-in-1 Worm Ranch products, including worm tea & castings. EBT Accepted
Pheasant Fields Farm – large variety of tomato plants and bedding plants. Also bringing fresh spinach, plump radishes, and fresh eggs. They will also be taking orders for fresh fryers – that will be ready soon. EBT Accepted
Secret Garden Lavender & Herb Farm – lavender plants and herbs, as well as lotions, soaps & other bodycare products.
Sirena Pepper’s Garden & Gallery – Lots of heirloom tomato plants this week, along with Waltham butternut, acorn & amber cup squash starts. Also featuring pottery, fused glass, & natural bodycare products. EBT Accepted
Start Now – plant starts and fresh picked greens. EBT Accepted
Terrapin Farms – several varieties of lettuce, radishes, spinach, spring onions, and over-wintered applies, potatoes & onions. EBT Accepted
Wyckels Farm – turnips, herbs & some Asian greens. EBT Accepted.
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – featuring hamburgers, hotdogs, brats, & more! Also find local honey, jams, salsa, syrups & baked goods. EBT Accepted for certain items
Emmy’s Vege House – Vegan / Vegetarian Asian foods, including summer rolls, kabobs, eggrolls, fried rice and noodles.
Hummingbird Hill Soda – homemade soda in a wide variety of flavors! Sold individually or in six-packs — try each one to find your favorite! EBT Accepted
London Maid Crumpets – Kris will be ready with her fresh crumpets! Don’t miss out on her scrumdiddlyumptious crumpets (freshly made, just minutes before the start of the market!) EBT Accepted
Mt. Townsend Creamery – featuring 10 delicious cheeses with ingredients sourced from around WA state. EBT Accepted
Sherwood Bakery – baked goods, including cakes, cookies, chocolates, + more! EBT Accepted
Viking Feast Ice Cream – bringing new flavors of ice cream each week — keep an eye out on our Facebook page to find out what’s coming on Thursday! EBT Accepted for ice cream pints.
World’s Best Kettle Korn – where would the market be without the World’s Best Kettle Korn?! When the wind is right, your nose will carry you straight to their booth for freshly popped kernels! EBT Accepted
Hansville Creamery – Grade A whole, raw goat’s milk, goat’s milk soap, and farmstead yarns.
ARTISTS / CRAFTERS:
A Glass Act – recycled glass garden art and totems, including flowers and bird feeders.
Anything but White – Suzan will be bringing a wonderful display of color with her tie-dyed clothing & textiles. Stop by this week for doggie bandannas for all the dogs who come out with their people!! Suzan brings a much needed bright spot of color and cheer after some cloudy days!
Diane’s Dezines – beautiful selection of handcrafted jewelry & accessories, including wire-wrapped gemstones, bracelets and necklaces.
June Carrol Enterprises – handcrafted jewelry, photo greeting cards, original small paintings and limited edition prints. June’s acrylic original paintings are currently featured in two different galleries – one in Seattle & another in Port Orchard.
Made in Manette – now selling pieced pillow covers, with and without feather pillow inserts. For the month of May Kitsap Community Food Co-op members receive a 10% discount on all purchases. (Must show membership card).
Mel’s Bells – Catholic and Protestant rosaries. Hand-chained and -strung with crystal, cut glass, and semi-precious stones. Also rosary bracelets and jewelry. Special this week: beaded cocktail rings, $15 each or 2 for $25.
Mistarian Roses – On an artistic retreat, Julie created the first of what has become our line of Mermaid jewelry. This dazzling bracelet was a vibrant blue with clear drops…which reminded us of water glistening on a mermaid’s tail. The green versions also remind us of a mermaid’s tail or dew drops sparkling in the grass as the sun rises. This line of bracelets, earrings, and necklaces is made of high quality Czech and Japanese beads handwoven on silk thread and finished with sterling silver. Stop by and let us know what you see in these pieces!
Raimbeau Candles – featuring candles in various shapes, sizes & colors, as well as candle holders. Additionally, they will be selling a variety of intricate chain mail jewelry.
Sue’s Lavender + More! – Lavender soap bars, bath supplies, hair care, personal & pet care items (including gluten-free dog treats!), dried lavender, lavender tea, gift sets.
Chantal – Handwoven and wired jewelry, wine bottle covers and cross-stitched pillows.
RNR Originals – Hand-knit designs and clothing
VENDORS OUT THIS WEEK:
The Old Wheelbarrow
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwurst
Bon Bon Bakery
Borrowed Kitchen Bakery
YOUTH VENDORS / PARTICIPANTS:
Lillian Wessels & Haili McDonough – As part of their involvement with the People to People Ambassador Program, Lillian and Haili will be helping the Market with the Children’s Programs, as well as selling items to fundraise for their upcoming trip.
WSU Master Gardeners – As always, your friendly Master Gardeners will be at the market to answer all of your gardening questions and plant problems! Do your best to stump them! They are located at the Market info booth, and are just hanging out there to talk with you — so take advantage of their time! If you have a plant in question, bring in a sample or photo for them to look at.
Bremerton Farmers Market – our Market info booth will be located near the center of the market. Stop by and talk with the Market Manager about volunteering at the market, or perhaps becoming a Community Member for just $50 / year. We will also be selling seeds this year, with the bulk of the proceeds staying with the market — all seeds are just $3 / packet. And don’t forget — if you need to get tokens (in place of cash), just ask the Market Manager, and she can get you taken care of right away!
for all of their help this year!
Thank you also to Carol Sue Rogers & Windermere for their generous donation & support!