Latest Market Update
Summer Season 2013 is upon us and the market returns to Tlaquepaque / Creekside starting Friday, May 31st at 8am. Shaded under 200 year old Sycamore trees, our growers and food producers gather to bring you the very freshest local and regional farm produce and artisan foods. On our opening day, Friday May 31st, Gerard Kaur will bring a live beehive to the market. Bees are such fascinating creatures and central to our food production – come to the market and watch the queen bee in her hive! Gerard has been the apiarist at Arcosanti for 30 years and we are pleased to have him join us for the season.
2013 Vendors and Booths
Sky Hi! Sprouts, Da’-Nede’ Farms, Chino Valley Farms, Marilyn’s Orchard, Lucky B Acres, Raimondo’s, Mina Farm & Orchard, Decio Pasta, Thunderfoot, Hidden Valley Farm, Tillermans Garden, Stutzman Garden, Fire Lips Hot Sauce, Shady Acres Farm, Orme Ranch Grass Fed Beef, Sun & Skin Organics, Seacat Gardens, Sedona Lavender Farm, Sandee’s Lavender Cookies, Ridgeview Chicken and Turkey, Sug’Art French Pastries, Mediterra Bake House, Golden Beeswax Honey and Candles, Cafe De Dona Ella, Carol’s Delectibles, Blessed Letitia, Master Gardeners of Yavapai County Extension, Running with Scissors Sharpening Service, Gerard Kaur’s Honey, Thyme & Again Cafe, Crazy Goat Lady plus baby goat, EchoH202, Natura Spice, Solarworks, Verde Scents Candles, Bradley’s Therapeutic Massage.
Our Mission is to support local agriculture
“The market aims to support local sustainable agricultural activity and increase the supply of locally grown food. Local food is not only fresher, it also preserves genetic diversity, promotes energy conservation, supports local farm families, builds community and preserves open space,” says founding director, Katrin Themlitz.
Sedona Artists perform at the Community Market:
Ralf Illenberger, Ione Angeles, Mike Burdick, Vibhas Kendzia, Porangui & Zang, Dos Geckos and more…