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2017 Vendor Application form
2017 List of Vendors
Pam Stegall Roberts of Calvert Farm operates at several farmers markets in our area. Her staff will bring a variety of organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, free-range eggs, baked goods, raw honey, mushrooms, and bedding plants to our market.
Calvert Farm is a small family farm who practices organic farming.
This year (2017) is the farm’s 23rd growing season. Calvert Farm continues a tradition of working with other small farms to bring variety and freshness to your table using sustainable / natural methods.
Heavenly Created Desserts
Heavenly Created Desserts makes its cupcakes and desserts fresh from scratch and from the finest ingredients, like Valrhona cocoa, Madagascar vanilla bean, and fresh fruits.
Heavenly Created Desserts, LLC, is owned and operated by Sharon D. Morrison, who lives in College Park and graduated from the University of Maryland. Sharon will bring your favorite cupcake and dessert to our market.
Roy and RT’s Kitchen
Eastern Delights will bring hot-to-serve egg rolls (made from chicken, eggs, carrot, kale or greens , potatoes, rice noodles, spring onion, Martabak (made from ground beef, kale or greens, eggs), veggie fritters (made from Corn, carrot, greens, flour and mango black ICE -Tea.
Ozlem Kaplan will be presenting her beaded macrame jewelry made with natural fibers like hemp and waxed linen.
A Little Pottery
All of her products are completely microwave and dishwasher safe. (Last Saturday of every month)
Residents with a baby on the way, or who have a friend or family member in that condition, should stop by the table of North College Park resident Christiane Williams where you’ll find a nice selection of home-made, knitted baby clothes in soft pastel colors. Chris expects to have baby bibs available also and will be using natural fibers in her creations. If your baby just happens to be a four-legged fur one (i.e., a cat, of course), you’ll also find catnip-filled knitted mice in two sizes. Other items for sale at the table include a vegetable crisper
Waltz Family Farm
Inge Babbington Crochet Goods