We are heading in to week 3 of Winter Market, which means your opportunity to shop local with the farmers, bakers, and makers you know and trust is almost over for the year!
Make your Thanksgiving gatherings just that much better with the addition of extra tasty, nutrient-dense, locally-grown ingredients like sweet potatoes, heritage turkeys, beautiful salad and greens mixes, apples, turnips, sweet carrots and much more. SNAP/EBT users, you can create a delicious meal on a budget with tips from Wellness Coordinator Laura McGuire-Cone and our Double Bucks program that puts double the money into your hands for farm-fresh food.
Don’t forget this Saturday, Market Manager Adrienne is hosting a kids’ crafternoon from noon-2pm. Bring your kiddos in while you shop and they’ll go home with a super cool handmade dream catcher.
Support all things local this holiday season with the Winter Market at Bind Cafe (108 N. Main Street) from 10am-2pm.
Here’s our all-local vendor line up:
A & M Farms
Blackhawk Winery & Vineyard
Copper Creek Farm
Nektar Flow Farms
Dragonwood – Sweet and Savory Enchantments
The Fair Bakery
Freebird Farm & Homestead
Peshewa Coffee Co.
Honey Bee Flower Farm
Ladies in Thread
Mr. Fox’s Haberdashery Bespoke Leather Goods
Etta’s Gooey Goodies
Sweet Basil’s Farm Stand
Thistle Rock Farm
Tangles and More
Our line up of all-local farm and business vendors continues to grow and diversify offering products from high-quality produce and farm fresh meats to one-of-a-kind artwork and vegan treats. KDFM vendors work hard to provide a consistent source of sustainably and humanely raised food to the community and they value the support Kokomo provides.
We always accept applications for farmers, bakers, chefs, artists, musicians, makers, creators, crafters, and nonprofit organizations. You choose how often you want to participate and we throw in some extra events to help your small farm or business become even more successful!