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Friday, June 11, 2021

Farmer's Market, Friday, June 11th, across from the jail in Coudersport

The next Farmer's Market will be held this Friday, June 11th, on the square across from the jail in Coudersport from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Here's a list of who plans to be there and what they plan to bring.

Joanie's Apiary hopes to be there this week with Joel Caldwell selling local raw honey, beeswax candles, hand cream with beeswax, body cream with honey and beeswax, local scenery note cards, and wood polish with beeswax.

Barbara's Creations will be there with a variety of products handmade from upcycled materials, including beeswax wraps, zipper jewelry, bags/backpacks, baby shoes, puppets, hotpads/potholders, hats, and mittens. Follow Barbaras Creations on Facebook. and contact her there with anything you would like her to set aside for you.

Brian Gustin's Woodworks will be there with a number of bowls, yarn boxes, and some furniture pieces, along with other small items. More information available at and his Facebook page

Mahlon Davenport plans to attend with woodcrafts and some rhubarb.

Blue Marble Farm will be there with a variety of garden plants, lettuce mix, and salad turnips. Accepting SNAP/EBT and Credit/Debit cards. For more information, contact Lisa at, or 814-320-1308

Alpaca Creations plans to be there with a variety of alpaca socks, hand-knit alpaca apparel, beautiful soft yarns, alpaca insoles, alpaca pocket teddy bears, pompoms, and keychains. Member of PA Wilds and PA Preferred. Accepting Credit/Debit cards. For more information, contact them at or 814-601-0049

Unfortunately, there will be a few vendors who will be away this week, including Card Creek Bakery (due to attending a grandson's graduation), Miles Farm Produce, and Woodland Soaps and Scents Come on in and shop with us on June 11th!


Anonymous said...

It would be so much easier to shop if the venders would be set up before people start the lunch hour. When you open after lunch hour and close, start shutting down before people get out of work, very hard to shop

Anonymous said...

You might want to consider the set up as well. It is not a very inviting situation!

Anonymous said...

The local group of farmers at the market seem very approachable to me, and would likely find a way to bring/schedule delivery or otherwise hold items of produce for anyone who was interested the seasonal locally-grown vegetables.

Try working together, and embracing the concept of Community Supported Agriculture, and getting to know who grows your food on a person-to-person basics.

Look at the farmer market as the heart of a healthy community. And remember, we all live, learn, work, play, and pray in the same community.