Vendor List

Bluewater Creek Farm


Our mission is to produce nutrient dense, clean food in a sustainable way. To us, this means using farming practices that work with nature. This in turn increases the nutritional value of the food produced, shows respect for the living beings in our care, and makes a positive impact on our local environment. It is our desire to use Bluewater Creek Farm as a platform to educate our community about the importance of real food free of harmful chemicals and additives, sustainable farming methods, and a clean environment to achieve and maintain optimal health.

They will be bringing fresh lettuce, mustard greens, turnips, beets, carrots, radish, swish chard, kale, tat soi, microgreens, sun flower shoots, pea shoots, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, grand cherries, basil, mint, rosemary, squash, sage, onions, leeks, garlic, melons, blackberries, oregano, parsley, cilantro, radicchio, cabbage, sunchokes, arugula, spinach & cut flowers. They also have amazing beef, pork, chicken, eggs & transplants

Cottonwood Farm


Cottonwood Farm provides pastured chicken, turkey & pork and eggs using rotational grazing practices and supplemented with non-gmo feed.

They will be bringing pastured pork, chicken, turkey & eggs. They also will have fresh herbs, flowers, peas, beans, squash, tomatoes, okra, kale & homemade soaps.

Top of the World Farm


The Top of the World Farm is perched on a little ridge among the hills and hollers of Southern, Middle Tennessee. It is home for the Sanders family and their cows, horses, mules, chickens, turkeys, ducks, sheep, goats, and, of course, pigs.

They will be at the market with lamb, beef & chicken.

Ramblin River Garden

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Ramblin River Garden will be a new vendor this year at the Market.  They have fresh vegetables and herbs that are home grown without chemicals - just hard work!

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Bonnie Blue Farm

Bonnie Blue create farmstead cheeses from the milk produced by our herd of Nubian and Saanen dairy goats and our prized Jersey cows, Eileen & her daughter Brie. Dairy life requires endless work and attention to detail to achieve quality results in the finished cheeses. Everything matters - from the water the animals drink to the hay and pasture they consume to the strict routine of milking and cooling the milk, culminating in the utmost attention and care in cheese making and aging process. The awards and accolades received from chefs, judges and customers are the true rewards.

Brandice Senecal, Massage Therapist

Brandice has a passion for Massage Therapy and healing modalities. She has been educated in Energy Work, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy and Prenatal Massage. She is dedicated to using technical skills to create a peaceful and healing massage session. She believes that touch has a great impact on the body, mind, and spirit.

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Sweet Basil Cafe

Sweet Basil will be bringing and assortment of gourmet sandwiches and salads, to-go meals, sweet treats; peach tea;  gluten free and vegan options

Wise Whimsical Creations

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New to the market this year, Wise Whimsical Creations bakes amazing goodies from cupcakes to pies and bread.  Kelly Parker Wise is from Florence and a  graduate from Northeast Mississippi Culinary Program. Baking is what she loves to do!



Mama Cole's Fried Pies

Cooked at Florence Culinary Center, they claim they secret is in the dough & you won't find a better fried pie. They will be bringing an assortment of flavors & if it don't contain real fruit its not Mama Cole's!

Grace & Faith Designs

Grace and Faith Designs has been making custom jewelry pieces in the Shoals area for 8 years. From wire jewelry to metal stamping, you can usually find the perfect piece! 

Sonlit Meadows Farm

If you are looking for produce, then your in luck! Sonlit Meadows Farm will be bringing lots of produce this year. They plan on bringing fresh garlic, onions, leeks, beets, radishes, potatoes, okra, sweet potatoes, peanuts, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, carrots, english peas, broccoli, collards, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, rape, mustard, turnips, turnip greens, pak choi, swiss chard. lettuce, green beans, field peas, shell beans, watermelons, cantaloupes, winter squash, pumpkins, sweet corn, blueberries, flowers, sesame seed, eggs, jam, canned tomatoes and more

Hydrangea Soap Co.

These are all handmade bath products & genuine cold process soaps, cured and ready for use. All natural ingredients that are skin loving and nourishing.

Moon Bunny Apothecary

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 Moon Bunny, another new vendor this year will have aromatherapy and skin care products: Massage oils, Herbal salves, Lip balm, Facial serums, and personal perfumes

Shoals Creek Natural Farm


Shoal Creek Natural Farm will offer eggs, fruits, and vegetables, including muscadines, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, apples, pears, and more! This family farm is from Westpoint, Tennessee. 

Renaissance Olive Oil Company

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Renaissance Olive Oil Company will be at the Market with a wide variety of olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Their products have never been refined or adulterated in any way. All flavors are all-natural and they take pride in the fact that we can trace each of our olive oils and balsamic vinegars to the farmer(s) who have also taken pride in the cultivation and growth of their product. 

Reclaimed Spirit

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Reclaimed Spirit is a new vendor this year to the Market.  They will bringing hand crafted beauty products including shampoo, lotion, bar soap, body wash, and lip balm.

You can also find hand poured candles, aromatic room scents, and original artwork.