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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Week 25 - October 20th


Hello MP Market Goers!

It’s Fall Art Tour weekend!  Come on out and shop the galleries of Mineral Point.  You are bound to find something for anyone and everyone.  Personally I love Mineral Point, there is so much creativity abounding all throughout town.  And it’s not just me, Mineral Point has won numerous awards for Best Town! Even one of our very own vendors has been recently recognized!  Check out Cook’s Woods and what they have been up to on the farm.

On a sad note… the end of the Mineral Point Market season is here and Saturday is the last market.  What a year it has been though.  We have had some hot and dry days this season, but thankfully we now have some rain.  We received 2.5” last weekend at the Patch.  Whew, that should help to winterize the plants and make everything fruitful again next year.

As vendors we really want to say thank you for coming out to the Mineral Point Market!  Rain or Shine, Cold or Hot, Breezy or Calm, you know we will be there (just like last weekend).  We are so grateful for you our customers and we love being able to provide you with local products.  Many of the vendors provide their products year-round so if you are in need please do not hesitate to give them a call; contact information is listed on the Vendor Page.

Have a great winter everyone!  We hope to see you Saturday and again next May!

We look forward to seeing you this Saturday morning at Water Tower Park, Business Hwy 151 at Madison Street, Mineral Point! 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Kathy Bures
Co-Manager
Mineral Point Market

Following is the list of who will be vending at this week's Market. Be sure to click on the vendors tab to learn more about our new vendors!


Bob's Bitchin' BBQ Sauce
Bob and Judy Page will not be at the market.  They have finished up for the season and are working on opening a new restaurant in Dodgeville.  Stay tuned for more information! Visit our website at http://www.bobsbitchinbbq.com/ or find us on Facebook!
Bures Berry Patch
We will be at market this week.  It's time to celebrate everything fall.  We will have lots of pumpkins of every shape, size, and color to choose from this week.  In addition, if you want to do some shopping before Saturday we will be set up in Library Park, weather permitting, on Friday from ~ 12pm-4pm.  Also, we have a nice selection of pumpkins and gourds for sale at De La Pear on Fountain Street.  The farm is in full swing for pumpkin season and our weekends are packed with FREE HAYRIDES and getting lost in the CORN MAZE.  We are open daily from 10am - 6pm.  After pumpkins season we will still have farm fresh eggs available throughout the winter, call for details.  Visit us at http://www.buresberrypatch.com/ to learn more or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/buresberrypatch for the latest shovel on what's happening in the Patch! See you in the Patch!
Carey's Green House
My name is Delbert Carey and I was born and raised in Mineral Point.  I have many annuals that can be used in both container gardens and traditional growing spaces. Because of my time at Pendarvis, English garden favorites such as lilacs, hollyhocks, and hostas are also favorites of mine. I taught pre-school for eight years and learned just how much fun kids can have growing sunflowers and pumpkins. Finally I’ve always had a weakness for climbing vines such as morning glories and moon flowers.
My parents have enjoyed joining in on this little project and they helped me choose the name Carey’s Green House which is an inside joke. After forty-six years of living in the same white house, last summer my parents decided to paint the whole thing Green, and thus the bulk of my plants come from Carey’s green house. All of the plants we offer for sale are either annuals grown naturally from seeds or perennials that are either grown from seeds or grown from cuttings of plants that have grown in my parents gardens for the last 46 years.
I hope to see you all at the market!
Chestnut Hill Studio
Jan Johnson will be at the market this Saturday with prints, cards, market bags, and tiles showcasing favorite images plus some new ones. She will also mat and frame your print or hers and is always available to draw or paint your portrait, your pet, or your home.
DDP Beads
DDP Beads will not be at market this week. I have finished up for the season, hope to see you next year with a whole new line of beautiful bling!
Evelyn's Gardens
We have sold out for the season!  See you next spring have a wonderful fall and winter!  Check us out on http://evelynsgardensandgiftshop.com/
Fabric Fun and Then Some
I started "Fabric Fun and Then Some" during this long hot summer.  As a retired teacher and farm wife, I had time to recreate many hobby items - fabric boxes, denim and fabric aprons, quilted table runners, and painted clay pots.  I really enjoyed seeing many friends and meeting others at last week's market and am looking forward to this week as well.  Stop by for a visit! Nancy Harker
Farmer's Daughter's Kitchen
 So sorry to say but a fall off a skidsteer and a fractured wrist are going to end our market season.  We will not be at market.  We will however be placing an ad in the local paper for the holiday season.  Please give us a call if you are in need of some holiday baking!  Call Becky at 608-293-4660.  See you next season!
Gough's Gorgeous Farm Goods
This week we have an abundant amount of our farm fresh eggs, we also have butternut squash, acorn squash, buttercup squash, pie pumpkins, tomatoes,and dehydrated potatoes.
During the winter months, every 1st Saturday in Platteville at Trinity Episcopal Church 210 Market St, every 2nd Saturday in Mineral Point at Point Foods Parking Lot, and every 3rd Saturday in Monroe at Monroe Masonic Temple starting November 3rd.  (Weather Permitting).
Head 2 Toe
Jeani and Pat Heisz own and operate the home business Head 2 Toe.  Jeani began dabbling in making therapeutic oil blends when trying to develop several natural oil blends for her nail and massage clients. They began requesting different blends for their various ailments like muscle soreness, headaches, and general aches and pains. The business grew from there.  They make a wide variety of products using pure essential oils and herbs. They make therapeutic oil blends, body oils, shower gels, face masks, aromatherapy wraps, room mists, fragrances and herbal teas.
James' Pine Valley Farm
I will not be at market this week.  Be back next year with CHICKEN WINGS, a variety of cheeses from Hooks and Brunkow cheese factories and several different cuts of chicken such as whole, half, leg and thigh quarters, and breast quarters.  Have a great
Just the Two of Us
Bob and Peg Cullen thank you for coming out and enjoying our love of music.  Hopefully we will be back again next year with our wonderful bluegrass and old time style music for all to enjoy!
Lacey's Lathers Goat Milk Soaps and Lotions
Hi! I will be back this week through the end of season so be sure to stop by and stock up on all your soap needs! I will have my new fall scents; Cinnamon Solid Lotion Bars and Snickerdoodle Soap! Remember soap and lotion make great Christmas gifts for the hard to buy for people!!!  See you Saturday!!!  Clare Heberlein  laceyslathers@yahoo.com
Magic Light Photography
I will be at market this week selling a selection of my fine art nature and wildlife photography prints.  I have added several new prints to my collection since last fall so be sure to stop by and check them out.  Along with the prints I will also have several hand made photo greeting cards that are perfect for any occasion.  I also have a selection of bookmarks designed using many of my photos.  They make great gifts!  You can also view my work at www.magiclightphotography.com. See you Saturday! Thanks, Mike.
Marr's Valley View Farms
This week is the last scheduled Market of 2012. THANK YOU to all of you, our loyal customers for supporting both us and the Market. We would not be here without you. I've been saying it for a few weeks, but NOW is the time to give serious thought to stocking up on your favorite cuts. Marr's Valley View Farms offers a wide variety of high quality, flavorful, Pork and Black Angus Beef products available for your eating enjoyment. Or consider joining our Meat CSA for the Winter. Ask us on Saturday for details and how to join.
The season for favorite home cooked meals is upon us. We are fully stocked with great roasts ready for the slow cooker. Pair with some veggies and potatoes from our fellow Market vendors and you are all set for a comforting home cooked meal.  A friendly reminder that our meats are available 7 days a week, year round, with just an e-mail or phone call. Yes, we've even come to the rescue on Christmas as a result of a somewhat overdone roast! You can also order a variety of our meats for weekly pick-up through Rink DaVee's online ordering website -www.greensq.net.   Remember - when you dine on Marr's Valley View Farms meats, rest assured you are eating naturally lean meats - fresh pork and beef products direct from a local farm to you. The only stop in-between us and the consumer is the State inspected processing facility.  If you are ready to stock up or just want to pre-order for pick-up at market, e-mail your order to federman@charter.net by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14th. See you Saturday a.m. - Mike, Lois & Doral.
Matchbook Magnets
I will be at the market this week unless it rains.  It’s not too early to get a head start on your holiday shopping, so if you need stocking stuffers or will be someone’s secret Santa, come by and check out my magnets!  They are made using images from matchbooks my Dad collected during the golden age of matchbook advertising – the 1940s thru early 1960s.  They make unique gifts and will brighten your kitchen, office or workshop and appeal to all ages.  One of my favorite experiences this year was when a young boy stopped by with his grandma.  He saw my Collie magnet, put it up to his cheek, closed his eyes, and was loving that dog.  Grandma bought him the magnet, and as they walked away I could hear him yelling “I have a collie!  I have a collie!”  I pictured him getting home, telling mom he got a collie at the Farmer’s Market and her heart skipping a beat until she realized it was only in magnet form!  See you Saturday!  Email:   matchbookmagnets@yahoo.com   Cindy
Mission Abolition
Mission Abolition will not be at market this week.  Mission Abolition creates schlep bags made from donated fabrics, which brings unique color and pattern designs to each bag.  All proceeds from the sales of these bags are donated to the Not For Sale organization, which works to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery.  Mission Abolition believes in raising awareness of the needs of people involved in human trafficking and modern-day slavery with a personal touch sewn into each bag.
P & M Gardens
We will be at the market this week Hosta, Peonies and Daylilies.
Shooting Star Farm
It’s hard to believe the last market is already here! It was a challenging season to be sure, but as always, you’re support made it worthwhile. Even though the weather is telling us it’s time to start wrapping things up, we will have some nice products for this last market. Here’s the list: Lots of salad mix, baby arugula, spinach, baby romaine lettuce, red and French breakfast radishes, salad turnips, bunched carrots, green and red cabbage, bok choy, kohlrabi, napa cabbage, bunched leeks, kale, Swiss chard, beets (most likely every color BUT red…), a bit of summer squash, a mish mash of sweet peppers, some Italian bottle onions, and hopefully some broccoli (although most of it looks like it’ll be ready in two weeks!!). Enjoy your Fall Art Tour weekend, and hope to see you Saturday! Rink, Jenny, and Charlie
Turtle Hill Wilds
Turtle Hill Wilds will not be at market for the rest of the season.  We all wear many hats in our quest to stay afloat in today's world, and our work hats as land stewards will take us away from Mineral Point for the rest of the season.  Please, contact us at our e-mail or phone number if interested in honey, honey creams, and jams for yourself, friends, and family during the upcoming holiday season.  We would love to accomodate your requests. Best! Cindy and Charles Ramseyer, 608-523-4213 naturekeep@tds.net

Other vendors included in the market:
Papa Bob's will be at market this Saturday with his delicious breads and homemade soups.
Mike Manogue will be back with more juicy apples!

If you are interested in being a vendor, contact Jenny Bonde at starfarm@mhtc.net or Lois Federman at federman@charter.net.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Week 24 - October 13th


Hello MP Market Goers!

2 markets left!  Looks like the weather might get a little questionable this Saturday, but last I heard it was going to hold off until the afternoon.  That being said the Mineral Point Market is open rain or shine, cold or hot.
We are getting down to the final days of the market season and our vendors are ready to help you fill your freezer and pantry for the upcoming winter.  If you are looking to place a large order, give your favorite Mineral Point Market vendor a call before market so that they can have it ready for you when you get to market.
Next week will be our final market for the season.  It will take place as usual in Water Tower Park.  Hope to see you this week and next, stay warm!


We look forward to seeing you this Saturday morning at Water Tower Park, Business Hwy 151 at Madison Street, Mineral Point! 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Kathy Bures
Co-Manager
Mineral Point Market

Following is the list of who will be vending at this week's Market. Be sure to click on the vendors tab to learn more about our new vendors!


Bob's Bitchin' BBQ Sauce
Bob and Judy Page will not be at the market this week.  They have finished up for the season and are working on opening a new restaurant in Dodgeville.  Stay tuned for more information! Visit our website at http://www.bobsbitchinbbq.com/ or find us on Facebook!
Bures Berry Patch
We will not be at market this week and not again until October 20th.  We are so sorry.  We do however have a nice selection of pumpkins and gourds for sale at De La Pear on Fountain Street.  The farm is in full swing for pumpkin season and our weekends are getting quite busy.  Be sure to stop out at the Patch to get your fall decorations and pumpkins!  We are open daily from 10am - 6pm.  On the weekends we offer FREE HAYRIDES and new this year we have a CORN MAZE which will also be open Saturdays and Sundays.  Visit us at http://www.buresberrypatch.com/ to learn more or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/buresberrypatch for the latest shovel on what's happening in the Patch! See you in the Patch!
Carey's Green House
My name is Delbert Carey and I was born and raised in Mineral Point.  I have many annuals that can be used in both container gardens and traditional growing spaces. Because of my time at Pendarvis, English garden favorites such as lilacs, hollyhocks, and hostas are also favorites of mine. I taught pre-school for eight years and learned just how much fun kids can have growing sunflowers and pumpkins. Finally I’ve always had a weakness for climbing vines such as morning glories and moon flowers.
My parents have enjoyed joining in on this little project and they helped me choose the name Carey’s Green House which is an inside joke. After forty-six years of living in the same white house, last summer my parents decided to paint the whole thing Green, and thus the bulk of my plants come from Carey’s green house. All of the plants we offer for sale are either annuals grown naturally from seeds or perennials that are either grown from seeds or grown from cuttings of plants that have grown in my parents gardens for the last 46 years.
I hope to see you all at the market!
Chestnut Hill Studio
Jan Johnson will be at the market this Saturday with prints, cards, market bags, and tiles showcasing favorite images plus some new ones. She will also mat and frame your print or hers and is always available to draw or paint your portrait, your pet, or your home.
DDP Beads
DDP Beads will not be at market this week. I have finished up for the season, hope to see you next year with a whole new line of beautiful bling!
Evelyn's Gardens
We have sold out for the season!  See you next spring have a wonderful fall and winter!  Check us out on http://evelynsgardensandgiftshop.com/
Fabric Fun and Then Some
I started "Fabric Fun and Then Some" during this long hot summer.  As a retired teacher and farm wife, I had time to recreate many hobby items - fabric boxes, denim and fabric aprons, quilted table runners, and painted clay pots.  I really enjoyed seeing many friends and meeting others at last week's market and am looking forward to this week as well.  Stop by for a visit! Nancy Harker
Farmer's Daughter's Kitchen
We will be back at market this week with our delicious line of pies, tarts, bars, and much more.  Hope to see you next Saturday!  If you would like to pre-order give Becky a call at 608-293-4660.
Gough's Gorgeous Farm Goods
This week we have an abundant amount of our farm fresh eggs. We also have butternut, buttercup and acorn squashes, pie pumpkins, tomatoes, and watermelons.
Head 2 Toe
Jeani and Pat Heisz own and operate the home business Head 2 Toe.  Jeani began dabbling in making therapeutic oil blends when trying to develop several natural oil blends for her nail and massage clients. They began requesting different blends for their various ailments like muscle soreness, headaches, and general aches and pains. The business grew from there.  They make a wide variety of products using pure essential oils and herbs. They make therapeutic oil blends, body oils, shower gels, face masks, aromatherapy wraps, room mists, fragrances and herbal teas.
James' Pine Valley Farm
I will be at market this week with CHICKEN WINGS, a variety of cheeses from Hooks and Brunkow cheese factories and several different cuts of chicken such as whole, half, leg and thigh quarters, and breast quarters.  This will be my FINAL WEEK at market for the season.  Be sure to stop out and stock up!
Just the Two of Us
Bob and Peg Cullen thank you for coming out and enjoying our love of music.  Hopefully we will be back again next year with our wonderful bluegrass and old time style music for all to enjoy!
Lacey's Lathers Goat Milk Soaps and Lotions
Hi! I will be back this week through the end of season so be sure to stop by and stock up on all your soap needs! I will have my new fall scents; Cinnamon Solid Lotion Bars and Snickerdoodle Soap! Remember soap and lotion make great Christmas gifts for the hard to buy for people!!!  See you Saturday!!!  Clare Heberlein  laceyslathers@yahoo.com
Magic Light Photography
I will be at market this week selling a selection of my fine art nature and wildlife photography prints.  I have added several new prints to my collection since last fall so be sure to stop by and check them out.  Along with the prints I will also have several hand made photo greeting cards that are perfect for any occasion.  I also have a selection of bookmarks designed using many of my photos.  They make great gifts!  You can also view my work at www.magiclightphotography.com. See you Saturday! Thanks, Mike.
Marr's Valley View Farms
Marr's Valley View Farms returns to Market this week with our full line of quality, flavorful Pork and Black Angus Beef products. With only 2 Markets left, it's time to give serious thought to stocking up on your favorite cuts or joining our Meat CSA for the Winter season. Ask us on Saturday for details and how to join. The season for favorite home cooked meals is upon us. We are fully stocked with great roasts ready for the slow cooker. Paired with some veggies and potatoes from Market and you are all set for a comforting home cooked meal. If you need a large quantity or just want to pre-order for pick-up at market, e-mail your order to federman@charter.net by 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  See you soon - Mike - Lois - Doral.
Matchbook Magnets

I will be at the market this week – weather permitting.  It’s not too early to get a head start on your holiday shopping, so if you need stocking stuffers or will be someone’s secret Santa, come by and check out my magnets!  They are made using images from matchbooks my Dad collected during the golden age of matchbook advertising – the 1940s thru early 1960s.  They make unique gifts and will brighten your kitchen, office or workshop.  They may even stir a memory or two!  Last market I had a lady from New Jersey stop by who happened to be in town teaching an art class.  She was delighted to see a magnet for Cocilana Cough Nips and told me her grandfather always carried a package in his pants pocket.  It’s such a thrill when someone is taken back to a special moment in time and shares their story.  See you Saturday!  Email:   matchbookmagnets@yahoo.com   Cindy
Mission Abolition
Mission Abolition will be at market this week.  Mission Abolition creates schlep bags made from donated fabrics, which brings unique color and pattern designs to each bag.  All proceeds from the sales of these bags are donated to the Not For Sale organization, which works to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery.  Mission Abolition believes in raising awareness of the needs of people involved in human trafficking and modern-day slavery with a personal touch sewn into each bag.
P & M Gardens
We will be at the market this week Hosta, Peonies and Daylilies.
Shooting Star Farm

Just 2 markets left! A frost finally hit our fields this week, killing some of the tomato plants and ending our basil crop. Our table will be filled with lots of wonderful fall produce: bunched carrots, kohlrabi, green cabbage, broccoli, bok choy, napa cabbage, beets, leeks, radicchio, fennel, kale, salad turnips, radishes, red and green leaf lettuces, salad mix, baby arugula,  a bit of summer squash, and possibly a few cherry tomatoes and peppers. Looks like rain may be on the menu this weekend, but barring lighting, we will be there as usual. See you Saturday! Rink, Jenny, and Charlie
Turtle Hill Wilds

Turtle Hill Wilds will not be at market for the rest of the season.  We all wear many hats in our quest to stay afloat in today's world, and our work hats as land stewards will take us away from Mineral Point for the rest of the season.  Please, contact us at our e-mail or phone number if interested in honey, honey creams, and jams for yourself, friends, and family during the upcoming holiday season.  We would love to accomodate your requests. Best! Cindy and Charles Ramseyer, 608-523-4213 naturekeep@tds.net

Other vendors included in the market:
Papa Bob's will be at market this Saturday with his delicious breads and homemade soups.
Mike Manogue will be back with more juicy pears and apples!

If you are interested in being a vendor, contact Jenny Bonde at starfarm@mhtc.net or Lois Federman at federman@charter.net.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Week 23 - October 6th


Hello MP Market Goers!

Oh my goodness, just 3 markets left!  This summer has gone so quickly and here we are nearing the end.  Most of us farmers, if we haven't already had a frost, are anticipating a killing frost to occur tonight.  Bummer, but fortunately for you most of us have been harvesting all that is left in our fields.  Shooting Star Farm will have more cherry tomatoes, regular tomatoes, and peppers as well as a table full of other goodies.  Gough's Farm Goods will have lots of squash and watermelons.  At market there will also be the hearty and healthy meat to warm your bellies during this cool down period.  Marr Valley View will be at market with the beef and pork and James Pine Valley Farm will have their full line of chicken as well as cheese (we are in Wisconsin right).
In addition, market is the perfect place to stop out and pick up gifts for any occasion. There is jewelry, magnets, plants, art, canned goods, honey, soap. You name it; the Mineral Point Market has what you are looking for. Looking for some fruit and other locally grown Wisconsin products, stop by and talk to Mary Jean James or Lois Federman about the FFA sale going on now.
So stop on out to the Mineral Point Market before all the weekend run around gets going!


We look forward to seeing you this Saturday morning at Water Tower Park, Business Hwy 151 at Madison Street, Mineral Point! 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Kathy Bures
Co-Manager
Mineral Point Market

Following is the list of who will be vending at this week's Market. Be sure to click on the vendors tab to learn more about our new vendors!


Bob's Bitchin' BBQ Sauce
Bob and Judy Page will not be at the market this week.  They have finished up for the season and are working on opening a new restaurant in Dodgeville.  Stay tuned for more information! Visit our website at http://www.bobsbitchinbbq.com/ or find us on Facebook!
Bures Berry Patch
We will not be at market this week and not again until October 20th.  We are so sorry.  The farm is in full swing for pumpkin season and our weekends are getting quite busy.  Be sure to stop out at the Patch to get your fall decorations and pumpkins!  We are open daily from 10am - 6pm.  On the weekends we offer FREE HAYRIDES and new this year we have a CORN MAZE which will also be open Saturdays and Sundays.  Visit us at http://www.buresberrypatch.com/ to learn more or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/buresberrypatch for the latest shovel on what's happening in the Patch! See you in the Patch!
Carey's Green House
My name is Delbert Carey and I was born and raised in Mineral Point.  I have many annuals that can be used in both container gardens and traditional growing spaces. Because of my time at Pendarvis, English garden favorites such as lilacs, hollyhocks, and hostas are also favorites of mine. I taught pre-school for eight years and learned just how much fun kids can have growing sunflowers and pumpkins. Finally I’ve always had a weakness for climbing vines such as morning glories and moon flowers.
My parents have enjoyed joining in on this little project and they helped me choose the name Carey’s Green House which is an inside joke. After forty-six years of living in the same white house, last summer my parents decided to paint the whole thing Green, and thus the bulk of my plants come from Carey’s green house. All of the plants we offer for sale are either annuals grown naturally from seeds or perennials that are either grown from seeds or grown from cuttings of plants that have grown in my parents gardens for the last 46 years.
I hope to see you all at the market!
Chestnut Hill Studio
Jan Johnson will be at the market this Saturday with prints, cards, market bags, and tiles showcasing favorite images plus some new ones. She will also mat and frame your print or hers and is always available to draw or paint your portrait, your pet, or your home.
DDP Beads
DDP Beads will not be at market this week. I have finished up for the season, hope to see you next year with a whole new line of beautiful bling!
Evelyn's Gardens
We have sold out for the season!  See you next spring have a wonderful fall and winter!  Check us out on http://evelynsgardensandgiftshop.com/
Fabric Fun and Then Some
I started "Fabric Fun and Then Some" during this long hot summer.  As a retired teacher and farm wife, I had time to recreate many hobby items - fabric boxes, denim and fabric aprons, quilted table runners, and painted clay pots.  I really enjoyed seeing many friends and meeting others at last week's market and am looking forward to this week as well.  Stop by for a visit! Nancy Harker
Farmer's Daughter's Kitchen
We will not be back at market this week with our delicious line of pies, tarts, bars, and much more.  Hope to see you next Saturday!  If you would like to pre-order give Becky a call at 608-293-4660.
Gough's Gorgeous Farm Goods
This week we have an abundant amount of our farm fresh eggs. We also have butternut, buttercup and acorn squashes, pie pumpkins, tomatoes, and watermelons.
Head 2 Toe
Jeani and Pat Heisz own and operate the home business Head 2 Toe.  Jeani began dabbling in making therapeutic oil blends when trying to develop several natural oil blends for her nail and massage clients. They began requesting different blends for their various ailments like muscle soreness, headaches, and general aches and pains. The business grew from there.  They make a wide variety of products using pure essential oils and herbs. They make therapeutic oil blends, body oils, shower gels, face masks, aromatherapy wraps, room mists, fragrances and herbal teas.
James' Pine Valley Farm
I will be at market this week with CHICKEN WINGS, a variety of cheeses from Hooks and Brunkow cheese factories and several different cuts of chicken such as whole, half, leg and thigh quarters, and breast quarters.
Just the Two of Us
Bob and Peg Cullen thank you for coming out and enjoying our love of music.  Hopefully we will be back again next year with our wonderful bluegrass and old time style music for all to enjoy!
Lacey's Lathers Goat Milk Soaps and Lotions
Hi! I will be back this week through the end of season so be sure to stop by and stock up on all your soap needs! I will have my new fall scents; Cinnamon Solid Lotion Bars and Snickerdoodle Soap! Remember soap and lotion make great Christmas gifts for the hard to buy for people!!!  See you Saturday!!!  Clare Heberlein  laceyslathers@yahoo.com
Magic Light Photography
I will be at market this week selling a selection of my fine art nature and wildlife photography prints.  I have added several new prints to my collection since last fall so be sure to stop by and check them out.  Along with the prints I will also have several hand made photo greeting cards that are perfect for any occasion.  I also have a selection of bookmarks designed using many of my photos.  They make great gifts!  You can also view my work at www.magiclightphotography.com. See you Saturday! Thanks, Mike.
Marr's Valley View Farms
Marr's Valley View Farms returns to Market this week with our full line of quality, flavorful Pork and Black Angus Beef products. With only 3 Markets left, it's time to give serious thought to stocking up on your favorite cuts or joining our Meat CSA for the Winter season. Ask us on Saturday for details and how to join. The season for favorite home cooked meals is upon us. We are fully stocked with great roasts ready for the slow cooker. Paired with some veggies and potatoes from Market and you are all set for a comforting home cooked meal. If you need a large quantity or just want to pre-order for pick-up at market, e-mail your order to federman@charter.net by 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  See you soon - Mike - Lois - Doral.
Matchbook Magnets
I will not be at the market, be back again soon.  It’s not too early to get a head start on your holiday shopping, so if you need stocking stuffers or will be someone’s secret Santa, stop by and check out my magnets!  They make unique gifts, and I have magnets that appeal to all age groups.  Email:   matchbookmagnets@yahoo.com   Cindy
Mission Abolition
Mission Abolition will not be at market this week.  Mission Abolition creates schlep bags made from donated fabrics, which brings unique color and pattern designs to each bag.  All proceeds from the sales of these bags are donated to the Not For Sale organization, which works to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery.  Mission Abolition believes in raising awareness of the needs of people involved in human trafficking and modern-day slavery with a personal touch sewn into each bag.
P & M Gardens
We will be at the market this week Hosta, Peonies and Daylilies.
Shooting Star Farm

We’ve escaped most of the frost up here in our hill-top fields, but it looks inevitable this weekend. We’ve already harvested many pints of cherry tomatoes in advance of the weekend, and will gather all the peppers and tomatoes that we can. We should even have basil for this week. Our table will be filled with lots of wonderful fall crops: bunched carrots, kohlrabi, green cabbage, broccoli, bok choy, napa cabbage, beets, leeks, radicchio, fennel, kale, Swiss chard, salad turnips, red and French breakfast radishes, red and green leaf lettuces, salad mix, baby arugula, cilantro, a bit of summer squash, and the previously mentioned peppers, cherry tomatoes, and basil. It’ll be a chilly one, so bundle up, come on out, and stock up for the week. See you Saturday! Rink, Jenny, and Charlie

Turtle Hill Wilds
Turtle Hill Wilds will not be at market for the rest of the season.  We all wear many hats in our quest to stay afloat in today's world, and our work hats as land stewards will take us away from Mineral Point for the rest of the season.  Please, contact us at our e-mail or phone number if interested in honey, honey creams, and jams for yourself, friends, and family during the upcoming holiday season.  We would love to accomodate your requests. Best! Cindy and Charles Ramseyer, 608-523-4213 naturekeep@tds.net

Other vendors included in the market:
Papa Bob's will not be at market this Saturday because we are having our yearly party to celebrate my birthday (81) All are welcome to a pot luck party from 2pm until whenever NO GIFTS PLEASE BEST Bob McQuade
Mike Manogue will be back with more juicy pears and apples!

If you are interested in being a vendor, contact Jenny Bonde at starfarm@mhtc.net or Lois Federman at federman@charter.net.


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