Bow Little Market is now open for business!

Hi All,
Come join us at the market! Bow Little Market is launching into its second year of helping to build community and local economy. This year we will be open every Thursday from 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Belfast Feed Store, 6200 N. Green Rd., Burlington, Washington. Just go to the east end of Bow Hill Road. Take a right on Old Highway 99. We’re on the green in front of the feed store about a block down on the right. Check us out at Bow Little Market We’re always accepting new vendors. Sign up on-line or in person at the market.

Below is a list of vendors that will be there the opening day:

The Market Ladies Cooperative: Soap, lotion
bars, fiber products, plants, produce

Mae-B-Market: Plants, produce, organic roasted coffee, metal yard
art, crafts.

Kam’s Kovers & Diapers: Diapers and diaper covers, bibs, baby
wipes, baby caps, surgical caps, Not-Paper-Towels.

Cedar Ridge Dahlias: Cut flowers by the stem or bouquets, potted
plants, felted soaps, cold-processed soaps, herbal shower bags, dried flower scrapbook cards, dried flower pendants and fabric covered wood bead necklaces, bookmarks, infused oils.

Mystic Farms: Handcrafted natural products, including skin care, hair care, and household products.

Darla Binder: Seasonal produce.

Bruce Bowen’s Bees: Local honey, bees’ wax, candles.

Pacific Bubbles & Lotions: Handmade soaps: shea butter, glycerin, cold process and novelty soaps; olive oil and honey lotion; lip balm; Gardeners Salve (lavender scented).

SummerBE’s: Vintage and re-purposed items, unique garden pots/plants, and ice-cold lemonade.

Janie Soria: Produce, hand-knits.

Black Knight Ranch: All-natural farm-raised Angus beef, individual cuts.

Kim Johnson: Perennials, compost worms, worm tea, worm castings, rice bags.

Pure Nelida: Tortillas, quesadilla, vegetables.

Whimsical Creations: Birdhouses, plants, aprons, tea towels, wood signs, little girls’ dresses, bags, jewelry.

Bat Cave Pottery: Hand-built and hand-thrown ceramics.

Harmony Fields: Herbs and produce.

Schoonover Farms/Redhead Produce: wool and fiber products,
vegetable starts, seasonal fruits and vegetables, seedling trees.

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One Response to Bow Little Market is now open for business!

  1. Don’t forget to be there for the food swap at 2:00. It is a chance to barter with your neighbors. Trade dried, fresh, frozen, canned food, health and beauty aids, seed or anything you can get the other guy to agree to. This is the first of such events where we will introduce the concept. Keep your eyes open because we’ll keep hosting food swaps at different times of the year. Just like the BLM, these food swaps are a Chuckanut Transition event orchestrated to build local alternative economy. Thanks for supporting us and our efforts.

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