Our vendor lineup keeps getting better and better. Here’s everyone who’s scheduled for 2018:
Black Fire Kettle Corn: Delectable kettle corn made on the spot.
Brain Freeze Creamery: Locally made, gourmet, small-batch ice cream.
DogWild Farms: Specialized garlic varieties and heirloom tomatoes, plus herbs and flowers.
Dot’s Soul Food: Alabama white barbecue sauce made to a unique Southern recipe.
Evans Heaven: Root vegetables, tomatoes and peppers grown in the Latah Valley.
The Father’s Table: Neighborhood-grown produce. Also soaps and some crafts.
The Farm Yard: Neighborhood-grown fruits and vegetables. Some craft items.
Fresh-Cut Farms: Seasonal strawberry varieties.
Fuel Stop: Fresh salsa and deliciously unique yam tortillas.
Great Harvest Breads: Plain and specialty artisan breads, cookies and more.
Good Day Handmade Bath & Body: All natural soaps with essential oils and unrefined butters.
Growing Neighbors: Produce from scattered-site residential farms across Spokane.
Highland Honey: Raw, unfiltered honey from a Deer Park-based apiary with 500 hives.
In Bloom: Fresh-cut flowers from the Garland District in the North Hill Neighborhood.
Joyful Flowers: Fresh-cut flower bouquets, bedding plants, herb starters, tomato plants, pallet signs.
KC Creations: Original photography, greeting cards, beaded earrings and other beaded items.
Lost Valley Organic Orchard: Heirloom and niche apple varieties from Chewelah.
Made with Love: Startup bakery with fruit pies, artisan bread and more.
Mary Beauregard: Plastic canvas needlepoint.
Pacific Produce: Tree fruit (e.g., cherries, peaches) and vegetables from the Othello area.
Petunia’s Marketplace: Chocolates, MuTu coffee, and other specialty food items.
Post Street Plants: Seasonal starts and decorative plants for the home and garden.
R.P. Guerrero: Organic tree fruit from the Wenatchee area.
Red Beard’s Garden: Mixed greens, kale, spinach, a unique variety of tomatoes, peppers, squash.
Riverfront Farm (River City Youth Ops): Neighborhood-grown, scattered-site produce.
SnowBerry Ridge Farm: Raw honey and honey products (e.g., beeswax, lip balm, natural soaps).
The Scone Ranger: Scones that are so good, so moist, so habit-forming.
The Studio: Interfaith, interactive prayer station and communal art project.
Sunset Orchard on Green Bluff: Heirloom vegetables, tree fruit and berries from Green Bluff.
Tender Love & Fries: Hand-breaded chicken tenders, waffles and fries.
Vladimir Kuzmenko: A wide variety of co-op produce from across Washington State.
Where the Wild Things Grow: Wild foods in season, including huckleberries and mushrooms.
Wilson Banner Ranch: Cider, pears, cherries and peaches from Clarkston.
And when we say “neighborhood-grown,” we mean it. This is produce that is sown, tended and harvested literally no more than a few blocks away right before market. It doesn’t get any fresher.
Each week, the free KERNEL kids program offers a fun and educational gardening-themed activity. Children of all ages can participate and receive $2 in KERNEL Cash for spending on fresh fruit and veggies.
Please note that not all vendors are scheduled to attend every week.