April 17, 2017 found my feet strolling through the Shelton Farmer's Market. It's only one block long, but I enjoyed visiting with many of the vendors there. I was told that the market is in it's 20th year and that all the vendors either grow or make their products themselves. I had driven past the market on my way to the post office and/or library before, but only gave it a passing glance. I can tell you that it is worth getting out of your car and leisurely strolling both sides of the street.

The market itself is nothing fancy, but I met several interesting people that I hope to encounter again and get to know better. I will attempt to give a synopsis of some of the booths I paused at and the people behind them.

 Country Side Nursery ~ Leslie Bartz 

Master Gardeners

Master Gardeners

Copper Poppy - Angelina Selassie
Copper Poppy Homespun yarn

The Farm Hand free range eggs and pastured poultry
The Farm Hand Free Rang Eggs

Tooling around with Leather
Tooling Around with Leather

 Origami ~ Shaomei Christensen

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Shelton Farmers’ Market
PO Box 1061
Shelton, WA 98584
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(360) 463-6497