Wednesday October 9 – we may not have it all but this market has a lot!

Shopping list for the Wednesday market
Figs and blue cheese are such a great combination. Several vendors have figs and Penny Royal Farm has award-winning blue cheese.

Start your shopping trip with a gentle massage from Body Balance Massage. While you listen to Hank Levine plays the accoustical guitar. Then further relax with a great cup of coffee from Gaga Cafe (and you can take beans home!)

Chefs in the house today are Penang Kitchen – have a great taste of Malaysian voted the best street food in the world and the Green Grocer everything is locally sourced and really really good.

Start your Day of the Dead Holiday shopping. Alma’s Oilcloth and Chucherias has wonderful decorations and this year sugar skulls to decorate yourself. Although the Day of The Dead falls around Halloween. The holidays are not similar. Learn more about this wonderful holiday. It is a great way to honor your ancestors and past along their history. Alma’s Oilcloth and Chucherias also has items that would make nifty holiday gifts.

In fact you can do a lot Christmas shopping at the Wednesday market. Quillfully Yours has lovely holiday cards. Willow Designs features hand-crafted jewelry. Ask to see the vegetable line of earrings and bracelets- perfect for the foodie in your life. I’m Sew Sure has lovely bags, napkins, and baby blankets.

Another vendor with great gifts is My Comfort Zone — especially gifts for yourself. Susan has pillows of comfort in sizes for your eyes to body pillows. They are filled with different things – and most can be heated or chilled. Imagine after a particularly stressful day being able to put a chilled pillow that fits perfectly across your eyes —

Franco’s One World Sausages is now a regular a the Wednesday market. The Dream Catcher Ranch brings a good selection of beef and pork.

The Wednesday market has a great selection of Sonoma grown produce including the best selection of locally grown mushrooms on any day of the week. Bread, butter, jams, eggs, micro-greens, all kinds of lettuces, hardy greens, carrots, cabbages, potatoes, berries, onions, green beans, eggplants, cucumbers — all kinds it is not too late to make pickles. There are still tomatoes and lots and lots of peppers. Summer squash is still the market but winter squashes are here too. Garlic and herbs are also available nuts too. And there is a lot more.

Beautiful seasonal bouquets are still available from Ridgeview Farm

The Wednesday line-up:

Music by Hank Levine

Hectors Honey

Armstrong Valley Farm

EGB Farms

The Patch

Sebastopol Berry Farm

Min-Hee Hill Gardens

Ridgeview Farm

Leap Frog Greens

Farm Sinclair

McClellan Creamery

The Beet Generation

Dreamcatcher Ranch

Penny Royal Farm / Navarro Vineyard

Village Charter School

Bohemian Wellbeing Farm

Gaga Café

My Comfort Zone

Quillfully Yours

I’m Sew Sure

Alma’s Oilcloths

Full Circle Bakery

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

Willow Designs

Body Balance

Franco’s One World Sausage

Green Grocer

Penang Kitchen