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Posted by Madison Whitley July 22
WWFM will host our 6th annual Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8am to 12pm. In addition to our regular market vendors, we will showcase local artisans and crafters. The event is rain or shine.
2014 Fall Craft Fair Vendors:
Aditi Majumdar - Jewelry, cards, wood crafts and clothes
Cottage Lane Kitchen - 12 oz and 4 oz bottles of Get Me A Switch + Cape Fear Spicy Pepper Relishes and gift baskets with other NC food products to go with relish.
Crown Jules Clothing - Children's clothing and accessories.
Garnet Gals - Jam and Jellies, Candy, HomeFree Eco products, woodworking, upcycleables and handmades.
Gems by Em - Chain maille with focal accents; necklaces and bracelets from off-loom beadwearing; woven necklaces and bracelets; crocheted and permanently twisted gemstone necklaces; variety of earrings; organza, lace and woven scarves - both mature and juvenile.
Glass Explosions - Home/handmade glass: bowls, glass ornaments, glass pendants, glass votive holders, spoon rests/snack trays out of recycled bottles
Graceful Organization - Fabric organization accessories - coupon organizers, reusable snack bags, key chains, electronics cord wrappers.
Jim Steele - Decorative wood art (intarsia), jewelry boxes, walking sticks.
JW Designs - Handmade jewelry.
Kickin’ Krafts - Hand knits including toys, clothing and accessories, fabric wreaths, ornaments and other holiday decor.
Kiki’s Rewind Designs & GG’s Knits - Bags, scarves, pot holders, tool aprons, pillows made from vintage and reclaimed fabrics and trims & hand knitted & items by GG include scarves, wraps, ponchos and smaller items for children like headbands.
LoriLea Creations - Handpoured soy candles, wood pendants, cold-process soaps, sachets, eye pillows, doll clothes and accessories
Lucky 3 Farm - Lard soaps, tallow balms, salve, lip balms, chest rub, laundry stain stick (all of these products are made with lard or tallow from our animals); pet treats - beef liver and chicken liver dehydrated treats.
MadCap Hijinks - Wrascally Wristers - a fun fingerless glove made with fleece embellished with fanciful yard at the wrist and handmade crocheted hats, scarves, cowls.
Martha Sorrentino - Jewelry (necklace, bracelet, earrings) in a range of prices to suit all buyers - handmade using pearls, turquoise, jemstones and a variety of metals.
Melba Kimble - Bonnets, aprons, handmade dolls, grocery bag holders, Christmas stockings.
Outta The Park Eats - Outta The Park Orginial BBQ Sauce and Outta The Park Hot & Spicy BBQ Sauce.
Peak City Candles - Soy candles of various scents.
Piedmont Pottery - Functional and decorative pottery and jewelry.
Purr-fect SOAP Company - Handcrafted soaps.
Rockin’ Reedoz - Fishing pole sets and record bowls
Serve with Verve - Breaded serving utensils and coffee scoops.
The Alligator’s Threads - Children's hand knit hats, handmade cloth dolls and other stuffed "lovies."
Two Little Sea Stars - Baby items: embroidered onesies, knit baby hits and booties, sewn bibs, blankets, burp cloths; hair bows and accessories, bowties, headbands.
Vintage2Creations - Mixed media necklaces, bracelets, typewriter keys, earrings, rings, purses, headbands.
Wanda Bryson Wells - Handmade ornaments; fused glass, stained glass, copper, rattan, beaded wire and fabrics. Fused glass barrettes.
What’s Up Cupcake/ILH Designs - Baby onesies with appliqué designs, lovie/security blankets, blurb cloths, felt ornaments, canvas child designs.
Posted by Madison Whitley July 11
Sign up for the Local Foods Cooking Class at Whisk!
August 9th — 9:30am to 1pm
Class begins with the selection of fresh ingredients at the Western Wake Farmers' Market, and ends with a delicious meal prepared and cooked at Whisk. Learn the benefits of locally grown food and how to choose at peak of freshness by smelling, touching, tasting, and talking to the local farms. Take the bounty back to the Whisk kitchen for a hands-on experience, with the end result being a nutritious, creative and flavorful lunch. 3.5 hours. Vegetarian and gluten-free!
Click here for more information!
Posted by Madison Whitley June 3
This summer we invite you to walk or bike to the market as part of our Roll or Stroll campaign! We're partnering with Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) and two other farmers' markets in Cary to promote active transportation to the market.
The Roll or Stroll flier pinpoints the market's location and surrounding neighborhoods, the greenways and sidewalks connecting to the market, and how long it takes to walk or bike to the market from different nearby areas. Kids need 6o minutes of physical activity a day, and adults need 30 minutes a day. Walking or biking to the market is not only fun, but gets you closer to the daily recommended amount of physical activity!
If you walk or bike to the market, stop by our market information tent for a chance to enter our drawing for a free WWFM tote bag...it's our way of rewarding you for being active!
About Roll or Stroll
AHA produced the Roll or Stroll fliers in partnership with the Town of Cary, which mapped the greenways and sidewalks around each of the three markets. The initiative is the outcome of AHA collaborative partners in Western Wake County working to increase access to healthy foods and physical activity through policy, systems and environmental change.
AHA fosters and supports community efforts to make healthy eating and physical activity the way of life in Wake County through policy, systems and environmental change. For more information, visit AHA online at www.advocatesforhealthinaction.org, follow AHA on Twitter @WakeAHA or on Facebook.
View and print the flyer!
Posted by Madison Whitley April 28
Raffle - to benefit Cindy Smith, farmer of Smith Angus Farm - raises money to help pay off cancer medical bills.
Drawing at WWWFM on Saturday, May 17th at 11am
$10 tickets at WWFM vendor booths
Posted by Madison Whitley April 3
Many of you know that the current site of Western Wake Farmers’ Market, Carpenter Village on Morrisville-Carpenter Road, will one day be developed (WE ARE NOT IMMINENTLY THREATENED!). Two years ago we proactively began a search for a “Forever Home”. We’ve vetted a number of potential sites in those two years, and in September we started discussions in earnest to relocate market to a permanent site in Morrisville.
Next week the Morrisville Town Council will consider an important step in the process of creating the ultimate, awesome site we all imagine. They will decide whether or not to permit staff to apply for a grant from the Rex Foundation. The grant is multi-faceted, but a key element of the plan is to relocate the WWFM tent market as a first step in the process of getting to the permanent structure. At the end of the day, if awarded, receiving the grant represents a commitment. A commitment to start down the path toward building the vision.
The WWFM board thinks that a permanent farmers market structure in Morrisville is a benefit for all of the current customers of the market, and for the Town of Morrisville. If you are a Morrisville resident and agree that a permanent farmers’ market site and structure is a good investment for the Town to make, we would appreciate you letting the Council know that you support that investment.
You can reach the entire Council with one email to the following address: email@example.com
We appreciate you taking the time to express your support. It’s important that you do so before the next council meeting on Tuesday, April 8th.
Posted by Madison Whitley March 19
Western Wake Farmers’ Market will commence our sixth season on Saturday, April 5th! Market hours are 8:00AM – NOON each Saturday (April through November).
Come celebrate the season opening with recipes and samples featuring seasonal produce from market vendors, chef demos, lively farmers’ market music - 9:30 to 11:30am, and face painting for kids.
Visit our Vendors page to view a full list of our 2014-15 Market Vendors!
Posted by Madison Whitley February 11
Western Wake Farmers' Market will host our 2014 Spring Craft Fair on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 8:00am - 12:00pm.
In addition to our regular market vendors, we will showcase local artisans and crafters. Craft vendors include:
Andrew Brown Creations - Art, prints
Cottage Lane Kitchen - Artisan chile pepper relishes
Creations by Lindsey - Coffee and pepper grinders, pens, miniature bird houses, duck calls, key chains, stylus and other misc hand turned wooden items
Crown Jules Clothing - Children’s clothes/sundresses
Elements in Focus - Photo notecards, various sizes of framed and unframed prints, canvas prints
Graceful Organization - Fabric organizational accessories - greeting card organizers, tampon holders, pad pouch, wallet wristlet, keychain wristlet, reusable snack bags and moreJW Designs - Hand crafted jewelry
Kickin’ Krafts - Hand knits - toys, clothes, blankets, fabric wreaths and decor
Kiki’s Rewind Designs & GG’s Knits - (Kiki) bags, pillowcovers, aprons, pot holders from vintage and reclaimed fabrics, buttons and trims & (GG) hand knit purses, scarves, bags with the accent on texture, funky buttons
Mithu Dutta - Jewelry, paintings, handicrafts
Outta the Park Eats - Outta the Park Original BBQ Sauce and Hot & Spicy BBQ Sauce
Ron’s Reclaimed Wood - Cutting boards, clip boards, candle holders and more from reclaimed woods from NC and across the world
Sassy Glass - Lampwork beads, jewelry made from lampwork beads and chainmail, jewelry of recycled cans
Serve with Verve - Beaded serving utensils
SoCo Candles - Natural soy wax candles
The Green Elephant Co. - Children’s clothes, onesies, bibs, hair accessories, etc.
Two Little Sea Stars - Hair accessories, tutus, crocheted baby items, sewn baby items: bibs, blankets, burp clothes, bowties, embroidered baby items
Vintage2Creations - Mixed media jewelry & accessories including necklaces, bracelets, earrings & rings; belt buckles; headbands; vintage silver spoon stamped necklacesWhat's Up Cupcake? & ILH Designs - Baby onesies with appliqué designs, lovie/security blankets, blurb cloths, felt ornaments, canvas child designsWhimsical Robyn - Mosaic garden and home decor, mosaic planters, garden stakes, fairy doors, garden critters (frogs, birds, turtles)
Posted by Madison Whitley November 13, 2013
Western Wake Farmers’ Market is now accepting vendor applications for the 2014-2015 market season!
Click here to view information for interested vendors, the WWFM Market Rules, and directions on applying to our market.
The application deadline is December 30, 2013 (returning vendors) and January 31, 2014 (new vendors).
To learn more about the market please visit our website:
For more information, questions or comments, please contact our Market Manager, Madison Whitley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Madison Whitley November 8, 2013
Tuesday, November 26th2:00pm-5:00pm
Give thanks to family and friends this year by serving them a local Thanksgiving feast! OnTuesday, November 26th -- 2:00pm-5:00pm -- Western Wake Farmers' Market will host special pre-Thanksgiving market.
Our market vendors have been planting and planning in order to satisfy all your Turkey Day needs. There will be creamy cheeses for hors d’oeuvres, green beans, broccoli, sweet potatoes, salad greens, and, of course, potatoes for the mashing. Local bakeries will bring airy loaves, flakey pies, beautiful cakes, and an assortment of other pastries. Not to mention your centerpiece, a humanely- and locally-raised gobbler.
Click here for local Thanksgiving recipes.
WWFM will be CLOSED on Saturday, November 30th.
Posted by Jim Lamb September 29, 2013