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Thursday, April 4, 2013

From Honeystone Candles...her neighbors at the market

This week, Honeystone introduces you to the North Wall neighborhood of the Indoor Market.

Just as you walk in the door, Karen from Norton Creek on the left greets you with a smile and a display of her fabulous free range eggs.
Norton Creek Farm
On your right is the glorious selection of spring flowering bulbs and cut flowers from Green Gables Farm.

Green Gables Farm
 Continue along the North Wall to Kathy's Specially Made cards, gift bags, lavender wands, bookmarks and more.

Specially Made
Then there's the best smelling booth in the market - Honeystone Pure Beeswax Candles.  Figurines, pillars, votives, tealights, floating candles, as well as beeswax-based skin care and wood care products. And bring the kids to our Petting Zoo where they can touch and smell the candles and get a hand stamp.
Honeystone Candles
In the northwest corner of the market, you'll be astounded by Jim's spectacular spinach and gorgeous greens, grown locally by Heavenly Harvest Farms.

Heavenly Harvest Farms
Sharing this space is Paul of Harcombe Farms, with his locally grown and milled wheat and barley grain and flours.

Meet your farmer, meet the artists and producers.


Come to the Indoor Market and
enjoy the abundance of local produce and talent!

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