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Vendor List - Orillia Farmers' Market

Orillia Farmers' Market
 

Arts & Crafts
Lillian Stamper
Forty three years, this year. That's a long time for any one person to be a vendor on the Market! Lillian displays knitted baby blankets, sweater sets, toques, mitts, booties, adult and children's socks, mitts and toques - also tea cosies and dish cloths. She always seems to have a pair of needles in her hands, with a new creation emerging. Lillian's booth is inside the Orillia Public Library year round. In the summer season she is just inside the big sliding glass doors.
Northwoods Carvings
Northwoods Carvings, by Master Carver Marc Degagne, features a variety of wildlife carvings, from beautiful wood indigenous to this area. From birds and owls, bears and wolves, Canadian beavers to Muskoka loons, Marc creates lovely gifts for home or cottage. Perfect for wedding, birthday and anniversary gifts, you will certainly find something for everyone including yourself. There is also a wonderful selection of unique and rustic hand carved wedding cake toppers. Or how about a family of owls to celebrate a birth? Marc and his wife Claire look forward to meeting you at the Orillia Farmers' Market Saturday mornings at the Library anytime from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Orillia Honey, Gillett Apiaries Inc.
Paul saw his first bee hive when he was 13 years old. His father helped him get started and bee keeping has been his life long passion. He has always loved the City of Orillia and it was his dream as a very young boy to have a farm and raise his family in Orillia, and he did. This is why he named his business "Orillia Honey". Paul's wife, Shirley has helped him create flavoured honey such as cranberry, cinnamon, and ginger honey. He also sells the original creamed, liquid, and buckwheat honey, as well as bee's wax and candles. Paul's slogan is, "BEE good to yourself and enjoy the goodness of natural honey products."
Sarahannedipity
For over 20 years Sarah (Anne) Moleme has been making jewelry and crafts, and as well, she enjoys sewing. For the last 3 years she has been selling professionally under her unique name: sarahannedipity. In 2012 she took a ring making course at the Harbourfront Centre Jewelry Studios in Toronto under the jeweler Heather Rathbun. Sarah fell in love with the techniques and the art of silversmithing. She continued her studies at Georgian College in Barrie with the Jewelry and Arts program where she learned a multitude of skills and new techniques. Sarah has a passion for making quality, interesting and unique products that are also affordable. It's simply serendipity!
Socksoftiez
Jessie has been creating soft and cuddly animals from socks since 2015. Choose from one of the animals already made or order one to your specifications. She can make you a moose, cat, dog, elephant, cow or horse, just to mention a few of the many sock animals. If you would like a specific animal she will make it for you! Each animal has it's own character and different sizes are available. Check out the numerous pictures on Facebook (SOCKSOFTIEZ) or come to the Orillia Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings to get your new soft friend.
The Snapping Turtle
The Snapping Turtle is a collection of Orillia and area landscape photographs by local photographer Al Manseau. Part of his collection can be viewed on his website. Over thirty of these photos have been printed on canvas, gallery wrapped on wooden stretcher bars and are available for only $30 at the Orillia Farmers' Market between now and Christmas 2016. Custom orders are also available if you would like a personal photo printed on canvas. Al also digitally restores damaged or antique photographs. Make sure you stop by and hello to Al and Merja when you visit the market.
Two Old Bags
Sisters, Janet and Barb love giving vintage linens and retro fabrics a second life as beautiful handmade bags. Choose from totes of varying sizes, purses, yoga bags, and more! Some examples of fabrics used to create these bags are tablecloths, placemats, draperies, bedding, clothing, belts, and upholstery sample swatches. If they come across a new fabric that pairs well with their vintage finds they will use that as well. All fabrics are laundered prior to sewing. Embellishments for the bags include beads, handmade flowers, vintage doilies, earrings and brooches. If you don't see the bag of your dreams at their booth, they can custom make one for you. Also at their booth you will find a selection of "Barbeads", handmade beaded jewellery. Barb has been making jewellery for over 25 yrs. Janet also makes funky crocheted hats with cool embellishments to keep you warm and stylish. But hey, hats aren't just for winter anymore...These cuties can be worn all year round! Get a new old bag from two old bags - cash or credit cards. See these sisters every Sat. morning at the market.

Baked Goods
A Tad Polish
A Tad Polish offers an interesting variety of specialty hand-made pierogi! Whether you're into the classic potato cheddar, vegan, gulten-free, the "apple pie-rogi", or just one of the many exotic weekly specials, there's a pierogi flavour for you. All pierogi are hand-made and we use predominantly local and organic ingredients - a cross between the traditional Eastern European comfort food and modern creative flavours. These are not your average dumplings folks!
Imperial Meats
Peer into the showcase freezers and pick out your frozen cuts, and dairy cheeses, veal, baked goods. On the tables are piles of smoked and air-cured meats. Operated in conjunction with 'Carlo Foods'.
Kathy's Kakes
Kathy Kakes has been coming to the Orillia Farmers' Market for 19 years selling delicious handmade European style chocolates. Kathy sets up as a casual vendor every year three weeks before Valentine's Day, three weeks before Easter and for all Saturdays in the month of December as well as the extra Special Christmas Market when Kathy creates wonderful trays of cookies and squares. Sometimes Kathy brings items for Mother's Day and Father's Day depending on the weather - too hot means melted chocolate!