This week was a busy week for the market including too many vendors to house pushing our cracker vendor to the back of the greenhouse. Two new vendors came this week and although they are not regulars you can check them out here.
First, there was Liberty Farm & Forge selling coat racks, hooks, and decor forged by John Liberty himself. These projects consist of various nails, wrenches and hooks forged together and are quite the conversation piece.
The farm also sells pork by the pound, sausage (pure maple, garlic, and breakfast), ground pork, pork chops, and ribs. This farm is in Corinna, ME and you can contact the farm by calling (207)-278-3053.They are also vendors at the Ohio Street Market along with our very own Izzy of Izzy’s Catering.
Our other guest vendor was Wendy Kimball of Wendy’s Wooden Creations. She offered various different wooden works such as cutting boards (regular to acorn-shaped), children’s toys, and soap dishes. Some of her creations were funny and unique such as her Wonder bread shaped cutting board.
Wendy Kimball offers “wood parties” where she goes to a party and shows off her different hand crafted creations – very much like Mary Kay cosmetics, but much better. She also builds upon request and can be reached at (207)-478-3658.
Other than these new vendors the market was rather busy due to the Craft Festival across the street which we hope you checked out. Let us know what you think of our guest vendors as well as the craft festival.
To Note: Good Bread will not be returning to the market until after Thanksgiving, but they have various different locations listed on their website as to where one can find their bread, including the Belfast Co-Op.