Monday, November 15, 2010

Scottsbluff Winter Farmers Market, Meet the Vendors, Part 3

I've fallen a little behind on my vendor profiles so I thought I'd better get in gear and do some more.

Here are some more of the vendors who are signed up for
the Scottsbluff Winter Farmers Market.

Don't know what I'm talking about?
Catch up on what's happening on the links below.

Meet Vicki Brunner of Vic's Festive Expressions.

Vicki and her daughter, Tessa.

Vicki makes personalized candy bar wrappers which are perfect for stocking stuffers or secret santa gifts. What a great idea! She also makes candy bouquets, gift baskets and seasonal crafts. Vicki can also personalize water bottles for any special event. She has a gazillion great ideas for a number of personalized projects. Stop by her booth and check it out. I am sure you will find the perfect gift for someone on your Christmas list!

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Meet Robin Wescher of Rockin' Robin Creations.

"He rocks in the tree tops all day long
Hoppin' and a-boppin' and singing his song..."

I love that song! Can't help but tap my toes just thinking about it! Hee, hee! I'll think of the song now every time I see Robin!

Robin will be selling her handmade warm and cozy fleece blankets, throws and pillows. She also creates beautiful fabric bound photo albums and journals perfect for your treasured family memories. You need to check out her line of hand make greeting cards as well.

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Meet Margie Murphy of Heirloom Recipes. Margie is from Torrington and is very excited to be a part of the Scottsbluff Winter Market. Let's pray for good weather on the market days so Margie and the other out of town vendors don't have problems getting to market!

Margie is planning on bringing caramel sticky rolls, cream cheese frosted cinnamon rolls, banana bread, pumpkin bread and cranberry-orange bread. Margie will also take orders for cheesecakes! Nothing is better than a homemade cheesecake, seriously!

Stock up on some of Margie's sweets, put them in the freezer and you will not have to bake for the holidays!

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I must include the Green Valley Homesteaders as well even though they aren't really a vendor, but in a way you could say they are. Wynne Buehler, Bill Snocker and John Jessup filled the market with toe tappin', hand slappin' music at the first market on November 6th.

Bill Snocker, Wynne Buehler and John Jessup

I contacted Wynne about playing at a few of the markets and told him about my dismal entertainment budget ($0) and he said they'd be happy to play at the Market at no cost to us, but would play solely for tips. How cool is that? So if you really like having them there at the market, please, please, please let them know and support them with your generous tips! All tips generously given are graciously received!

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Here's the market dates for the season!

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