Squamish Farmers' Market - Saturday September 14th, 2019
Hello Market Lovers!
Like what you see? These awesome Squamish Farmers' Market fridge magnets were created by the one and only Gravhund Studios, who we are fortunate enough to have as a vendor at our market. Pop by Gravhund's tent this Saturday and you will find one-of-a-kind jewelery and necklaces that you won't be ablt to resist taking home! All of their pieces are made from wood, silver, leather (vegan and traditional), and a variety of stones and gems from around the world, using both laser technology and handcraft techniques. Gravhund shares a booth with MelonHead Knitwear, maker of all things cozy. MelonHead KnitWear has been designing luxury knitwear accessories for almost 20 years. They have a small complimentary line of shed brooches, buttons and jewelry, as well as hand spun wool. And they look great with Gravhund's jewelery!
If you think your fridge might be a little jealous of your new-found adornments, come visit us at the market tent and pick up one of those awesome fridge magents for only $5!
Speaking of bodily adornments, we have a new vendor to introduce to you this Saturday: meet John Died. They will be offering original art, screen-printed on recycled fabrics then used to revamp upcycled clothing (mostly Denim vests, jackets and plaid shirts) for adults and kids. Patches and recycled fabrics are also used to make cushions and scarves. All John Died original art is printed on sweatshop-free shirts!
We haven't forgotten about our farm team. This week you can pick up fresh seasonal veggies from Laughing Crow Organics, Nutrient Dense Farms and Plenty Wild Farms. Find fresh fruits from Mandair Farms, Rai Produce and Snowy Mountain and of course happily laid eggs from Stony Mountain Farm! Get there early to get your pick!
We continue with our What's at the Market presentations this week with a chef demo by Mr. Bannock himself, Paul Natrall. Paul has recently been the recipient of the Youth Entrepreneur award for his indigenous fusion food truck! He will be showing off his chef skills this weekend from 10-12, right beside the market tent.
The stage will then be overtaken by the musical talents of Rick Rogoza. Rick is an accomplished musician, music teacher and session player with 40 years experience. He is the author of the "Mastering the guitar" series on Shaw cable, now on YouTube. This guy is a born entertainer, and a treat to watch. Come check Rick out at the music stage from 12-3!
For the kiddies we will be making egg carton crowns to adorn their wee heads! Feel free to drop your little off while you shop on market grounds, or come join us for the fun! This will be one of our last kids crafts this season, so get your craft on while you can!
We'll see you at market!
Your Loving Squamish Farmers' Market