Make holiday shopping a truly local experience by visiting the Haymaker Holiday Markets on Saturday December 14 and 21 at the United Methodist Church at 1435 E. Main Street (S.R. 59) in Pierson Hall. The Holiday Markets run from 9am – 1pm with 40 vendors offering a great variety of local foods as well as handmade gift items such as upcycled bags, mittens, slippers, kids clothing and toys, ornaments, jewelry, treats for dogs and cats, bath and beauty products, candles, bee habitats, holiday decorations, and more. With three OEFFA certified organic farms growing incredible produce for the market year-round with high tunnel production, the fresh selection is remarkable for Northeast Ohio in winter.
Live local music!
Dale Galgozy @ 11:15
Tina Bergmann & Bryan Thomas @ 9:30
Brian Henke @ 11:15
Also available: baked goods (including traditional, vegan, gluten free); goat, sheep, and cow milk cheeses; maple syrup and maple products; honey and honey products; herb vinegars and oils, jams and jellies; dried herbs; preserves; salsa, dip and baking mixes; locally roasted coffee and beans; hot and cold prepared foods including local meats, eggs and cheese, and vegetarian and vegan, pastured meats and eggs; organic dry beans, corn meal, polenta, whole wheat flour, wheat berries; soaps and lotions, candles, dog treats, hypertufas, and more!
The market will be closed for a holiday break on Dec. 28 and Jan. 4, but will reopen at the United Methodist Church of Kent on Jan 11, running every Saturday at that location until the end of May, from 10am – 1pm weekly.
For more information, visit haymakermarket.com or contact market manager, Kelly Ferry at firstname.lastname@example.org.