Meet the Vendors

About our Vendors – We are a Farmers’ Market giving priority to vendors who grow their own produce or who create products from the produce they have grown. Farmers may apply to purchase from other producers/growers up to 30% to augment produce that is not yet in season or available in our local area.

We also accept vendors who make or bake 100% of what they intend to sell. They are not permitted any reselling.

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Creemore Farmers’ Market? See our application page.

2019 Full time & Part time vendors list –

Orie & Judy Johnston – veg producer, woodworking

Farmers & Producers

4 M Farm – veal, beef, chicken, and mushroom producer

Timberwind Farm – chicken, eggs, serving hot breakfast sandwich

McNiven Farms – beef & maple syrup, cut flowers

Dunridge Farm – apples, garlic, garlic seeds,

Duntroon Cyder House – Hard and sweet apple ciders

Morrison’s Apples – apple producer (late summer)

Rhys’ Corn – corn grower (late summer)

Fiddlefoot Farm – vegetable producer (farm gate)

Lion’s Share Farm – vegetables, flowers

Georgian Hills Winery – local wine & cider producer

Say Cheese – cheese producer

Cut & Dried Flowers – flower grower, spring baskets, summer cut flower arrangements

Nottawasaga Daylilies – daylily grower (farm gate)

Fernstone Naturals – honey producer, honeycomb candle

Blue Springs Apiaries – honey producer, vegetable grower, baked goods

The Jamstress – berry producer made into jams

True North Soils – organic planting soils

Dripline Farms – Microgreens

Bakers & Food

Brilliant Bread – sour dough breads, croissants

Happy Hen – baker- pies, tarts, custom baking

Franca’s Homebaked Goods – cakes, pies, squares, cookies

Hannah Clairman – baked goods, frozen foods

Mad Cravings – pies, breads

V. Prias Food – samosas, cold salads

Simply by Sher – vegan baking

Nancy Rawn – local fruit, jams

Creemore Coffee Co – locally roasted coffee, hot coffee sold at the local charities booth

Craft Market

Tubtown Scents – locally blended lotions, soaps, yard art (storefront)

TouShea – locally blended shea butter products

Lorne Cleary – woodcraft (sunny days)

Marlene’s Sewing Room  – sewn creations, custom sewing

Sipple Sewing – custom embroidery

Nusha Designs – custom handmade jewelry

Gary Clayton Photography – framed photos

Mad Pots – pottery

Material Girlz – handmade clothing

2 thoughts on “Meet the Vendors”

  1. Good morning,
    Just inquiring if you would have any space on any dates up your upcoming winter markets? I create farmhouse style stenciled signs, simplicity look, black and white mostly. And blackboards. Some of my signs are reclaimed wood. For a peak at my work I’m on facebook mylittlefarmshed.
    Many thanks…valerir

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