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Friday, September 17, 2021

Potter County Farmer’s Market is Today in Coudersport

The next Potter County Farmer’s Market, located on the square across from the jail, will be open this Friday, September 17th, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM (weather permitting). Here is a list of who plans to be there and what they plan on bringing to the Market:

Joel Caldwell will be there selling Joel & June’s delicious raw honey and raw creamed honey gathered from the fields and forest of the Kenyon Farm in Hebron. For more information, contact Joel at, or at 814-389-8621.

ME and My Boys will be there this week with a variety of goat milk based products
, including soap bars, shampoo bars, lotions, bath bombs, and now lip balm tubes; all made with their herds goat milk and in small batches. Now accepting card payments. If you need more information you can contact Michele at or visit the Facebook page ME and My Boys Soap.

Brian Gustin’s Woodworks intends to be there this week with several new woodcrafts, along with some new home decor and wall hangers, and a selection of Jean’s artwork. They can also process credit cards via Square, with a $25 minimum purchase. For more information, contact Brian Gustin at, or on his Facebook page, Brian Gustin’s Really Rural Woodworks.

Barbara's Creations is planning to be at the market this weekend, with a variety of products handmade from upcycled materials, including beeswax wraps, zipper jewelry, bags, backpacks, baby shoes, puppets, hotpads, potholders, hats, and mittens. For more information, you can contact Barbara at or by calling 814-544-9068.

Mahlon Davenport will be there with new and different woodcrafts! For more information, contact Mahlon at, or by calling 814-642-2464.

Mike Thompson will be joining the Farmer’s Market this week, bringing butternut squash, spinach, bell peppers, and tomatoes; he’ll also be selling Rough Ryder and Case brand knives, as well as knife sharpening, so be sure to collect your dull kitchen knives for sharpening!

Blue Marble Farm will be at the Market with tomatoes, beans, cabbage, cantaloupe, watermelon, cucamelons, Duchess of Oldenburg apples, lettuce mix, and more! Accepting SNAP/EBT and Credit/Debit cards, as well as FMNP checks. For more information, contact Lisa at or at 814-320-1308

Alpaca Creations will be at the Market this Friday, bringing a large inventory of sizes
and styles of alpaca socks, lots of new yarns, rovings, and hand-knit alpaca apparel, as well as hand-knit, multi-colored alpaca bears! Saturday and Sunday they plan to be in Warren for the Wild Wind Festival! Accepting Credit or Debit. Questions:, or, or by calling 814-601-0049

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