Thursday, July 31, 2008

Provo's Farmers Market - What You Can Find

Are you a friend of Provo's Famers Market? Not yet? To become a friend please e-mail provosfarmersmarket@gmail.com. You will receive our Weekly with info about what crops are in season and what you can expect to find at the market. Soon we'll add recipes so you'll be armed with some good ideas of how to cook tasty rutabagas (for example)!

Every week there's something new but here's a general list of our wonderful vendors:

Farmers/Growers:
Stubb Family Farms
Alan Scott
Walking Stick Farms
Urbanharvester
Fresh Produce
Rocque Plants
Snow Family Farms
Cornaby Farms
Maggie's Farm Fresh Market
Eduardo's Farm
Johnson Family Farms
Young Living Lavender Farms
Kemp Family Farms
Ralph's Eggs
Sunshine Greenhouses
Covington Gardens & Greenhouses
Winder Farms
Lavender Hive Honey Farms
COMING SOON: the Orchards

Prepared Food Booths:
Asian Market
The Smokin' Grill
The Thai Kitchen
Navajo Tacos
Jose's Burritos
Happy Valley Doughnuts
Flour Girls and Dough Boys
Bonnie's Truffles
South African Boerewors
Maestro's Gelato
Volkers
Wendy's Whole Wheat
Johnson's Bunch
Alyssa's Smoothies
Island Grill
Chill Out Rootbeer
Talavera Steak Tacos
Demi's Homemade Granola
Halie Ho's JalapeƱo Jelly

Arts & Crafts
Hart Soap
Shoal Creek Candles
Sego Arts
Tammy Rodeback Ceramics
Kendra Last, Book Artist
Cobbies Creations
Greg Caldwell ceramics
Mady Morgan, fused glass jewelry
Vintage Decor Signs
Twin Tote Co. and the Button Co.
the Art of Richard Poole
Heather Calkin and Scott Gardner crafts
Du Family Chinese School- felt art

Clothing & Jewelry
We Dig it
Little Cocoon
Tree People
Navajo Native Jewelry
My Princess Pearls
Starlight Jewelry
Sang Ho Jewelry
Trina's Treasures- Peruvian jewelry
Neli's Jewelry
Brazilian Jewelry
Wild Things Designs
Mardilay Handcrafts
Tres Chic Boutique
Absolute Tie-Dye
What Rocks Your Wardrobe
Racy Designs
Lala Bags
Galicia Aprons

Books/Services/Other
Old Guys Books
Trading Marbles
Rickshaw Rides
Pillowcase Place
Young Readers
Magnetic Math Cards
Healing Hands Wellness Center
Fairbanks Motor Bike Kits
Gene Ripley flags and pinstriping
Massage Mama
Wyoming Saddle
Voter Registration/Candidate Info
Wings and Things
Carrie's Essential Oils and Coffee Beans
Utah Valley Co-housing Commons
Danica's Balloon Twisting

Music
The Utah Ramblers- East side of market
BitterSweet Bluegrass- West side of market

Provo's Farmers Market- Every Saturday, June- October from 9-2 at Pioneer Park, 500 W 100 S

4 comments:

Becky said...

I just found this blog. I went to the market last Saturday and loved it! Here's what I enjoyed: http://projectdomestication.blogspot.com/2008/08/provos-farmers-market.html

Thanks!
Becky O.

Shoal Creek Candles said...

Hwy, I run the Shoal Creek Candles booth. I am the owner and make all the candles myself. Because we are based in Cedar City I don't make it to the Provo Farmer's Market every time but if anyone is interested in learning more about my candles they can visit my website:
Shoal Creek Candles

Karin said...

I am looking for a llama bracelet. Is there any way to contact trinas treasures dircectly?

Eric and Andrea said...

I know I am posting this way late, but I couldn't find a contact.

I didn't notice Usborne Books on your list of vendors. If you are interested in having Usborne Books as a vendor in the coming years, please contact me.

Andrea McConahay
Usborne Consultant
Andrea@McConahay.net