If you haven’t already heard, we have decided to extend our regular outdoor season until the very end of October. That gives you three extra Saturdays of locally made, baked, and grown goodness!

We believe it is in the best interest of our dedicated customers, vendors, staff, and volunteers to remain outdoors as long as possible as we continue to grapple with the realities of a pandemic. At this point, it is uncertain whether or not we will be able to relocate indoors at all this year so we are grateful for the pleasant, mild autumn microclimate the Creston Valley experiences.

Not only do the people of the Creston enjoy the lovely fall weather the Valley has to offer – the fruits and vegetables (and animals!) do, too! You can expect to see corn, tomatoes, peppers, and other field crops until the real first frost. Apples, pears, and grapes are ripening as you are reading this, with pumpkins, squash, and melons following suite. Brittany’s flower garden is alight with dahlias, cosmos, and asters.

Yes, we may be past the stiflingly warm summer days, but there is something so endearing about grabbing a warm drink on your way down to the market on a crisp, fall morning. Remember your face mask if you are comfortable wearing one, and while we want you to feel that cozy market character, please try your best to remain socially distanced and safe.

Here are the vendors you can expect to see this Saturday:

  • Alexis’ Artisan Breads
  • Bombton’s Bath Bombs
  • Cedar Frond Crochet
  • Chopko Market Garden
  • Dave Did It
  • Dragenfly Bags
  • Elissa June Handcrafted Jewelry
  • Iron Skillet
  • JRD Farms
  • LaserShark Woodcraft & Engraving
  • Lebeau
  • Maggie’s Creations
  • Patio Pals
  • Poppy Lane Design
  • Pridham Studios
  • Purple House Farm
  • Red Bird Winery
  • Roger’s Crafts and Pat’s Baking
  • Seams n’ Suds
  • Spectrum Farm
  • Swan Valley Honey
  • Tarzwell Farms
  • William Tell
  • Wynndel Craft Distilleries
  • Wynnwood Cellars Estate Winery