Vendors

There’s a wonderful group of small business vendors participating in the Market By the Marina. Some have been here, year after year. Others are brand new. Plan to visit with each of them as you explore the Market.  If a vendor name below is listed in BLUE, it means they have a website you might want to check out. Just click on vendor name.

Of course, not every single vendor listed below will be at our Market every single week (they have lives, too, and stuff happens, you know). We do send out our “BLAST” communicator email on Wednesday or Thursday each week, so can keep you informed with up-to-the-minute information.  If you aren’t already on our mailing list, please allow us to add you in – send requests to plvc.org@gmail.com 

The Bellwether – Amelia Garripoli – Fiber spinning, weaving, classes, plus blueberry plants

Blackjack Valley Farms – Karen Marenbach Olsen – Grass-fed Angus beef, pasture-raised chicken, free range eggs and Grade A raw cow’s milk from Port Orchard

Casual Gardener – Carol Elliott – Plants potted in an array of unique receptacles, birdhouses. bubble-wands, and fresh cut flowers.

Cloud 9 Pastry – Melanie Maibaum – Handcrafted pastries made with natural ingredients

Doug’s Cedar Planters – Doug Kirkey – Hand milled and crafted

Egg and I Fuchsias – Doyle and Stephanie Yancey – Located in the heart of Chimacum, wide variety of fuchsias as well as geraniums, shasta daisies and plant starts

Farm Country Produce – Laurie Hall – Bringing us fresh produce from the Yakima region

Hester’s Crafty Ways – Hester McKinney-Cumming, from Chimacum – Knitted items and brilliant Tshirts with changeable cuffs/collar

Kaak Crawford – Thai transplant with loads of patience for intricate beadwork in bracelets, earrings, necklaces

Kol Simcha Farm – Fred and Joanne Hatfield – Grass-fed lamb, beef, chicken, eggs and organic produce

Mark Carpenter – Natural and elegant driftwood bowls and boxes

Massey Copper – Walter and Norma Massey, studio in Port Townsend – Copper sculpture, design, architectural accessorizing – check out our binder of ideas & pictures

Ranie – Ranie Keithahn, from Port Ludlow – Delightful felted figures, paintings, greeting cards

Roy’s Japanese Maples – Roy Swords – Over 100 varieties of 3-6 year old grafted Japanese Maples

Studio 613 – Doug Clark, from Port Townsend – Fine woodworking, yarn bowls, large platters, breathtaking and solid work

Sunfield Farms – Port Hadlock – fresh, local produce

Sweet Moon Farm – Bruce and Paula Schmidt – Handmade pastas and sauces

Terrapin Farms – Ken – Yummy fresh veggies direct from his garden

Well Preserved Jams and Jellies – Deb Darminio – Small batched homemade locally grown fruit products

Westbrook Angus – Chuck and Julie Boggs – Wonderful beef born and raised on a West Valley Road farm in Chimacum

World Peach Produce – scrumptious peaches from orchard in nearby Chimacum

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