Check out these photos from the 1st HaHo Market of the 2011 Season!
With over 350 people in attendance and lines out the door, the 1st Handmade Homemade Market of the 2011 Season was a huge success! We want to thank all of the great vendors who came to participate and fill the space with their food, drink, arts, crafts, clothing and everything in between. To get more info on who you saw at the market, check our vendor page.
We now have lots of exciting developments and upcoming events. Below is info on the HaHo T-shirt Design Contest, The HaHo Cake Walk and Lori's Intro to Herbalism Workshop.
Thank you for being a part of this experiment!
The 1st Market of the season will be tomorrow, Saturday, from 4 to 8pm at Green Spaces! Come to support your local, Denver-based producers and remember to bring something of value to donate to the community "give and take" table as your entrance fee. See you there!
Come celebrate the launch of the 2nd Season of the Denver Handmade Homemade Market this Saturday, April 9th. Below you will find a list of all the great vendors you will see this Saturday. Some are only around for one market so check them out.
Guest Vendors - These are "limited time only" vendors, only signed up for one market, so you better come see them this time around!
Colorado Mountain Glass - repurposed glass in the form of framed pictures, drinking glasses, vases & wind chimes; all from either broken glass or recycled bottles
Sarah McGregor- whole grain roles, cookies, and brownies
Sarah and Claudia - handknit bags and accessories from repurposed yarn
Eileen and Claudia- homemade sauerkraut and German goodies!
We Made This - handsewn items from recycled materials, created by a group of refugees who have made Denver their new home
Wear & Tear- handmade, bicycle-friendly bags that convert from purse to messenger bag; handmade, organic deoderants; handmade mustards
Form & Function - handmade, metal pencil boxes and tool boxes
Private Party- Viorica - knitted purses, scarves, and vests
Creations by Marcia - handknit children's sweaters
Killer Kitten Crochet and the Fearless Baking Co - vegan baked goods and crocheted hats and hair clips
Kylie and Matt - wild yeast sourdough seeded bagels
Johnny’s Vegan Wine- homemade wine by the bottle or by the glass
Jenny LaBudde- handmade padded laptop cases, made from recycled burlap coffee bags
Waste Farmer's - premium potting soil sold in reusable, portable pots and worm castings
Regular Full Season Vendors- vendors you’ll see regularly at all the markets! You can read more in-depth descriptions of their products HERE.
Lisa A Stavig - handbags, purses, totebags and accessories for your home from upcycled, recycled and repurposed items
The GrowHaus - microgreens and salad mix, grown is a refurbished green house in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood of Denver
Devon Rea - organic, gluten-free biscotti and handmade clocks and tissue boxes
Trey Rainosek - delicious, nutritious, organic, gmo-free, plant-based food!
Jared Urchek - freshly inoculated oyster mushroom kits, inoculated mushroom logs, and fresh mushroom spawn
Ana Sellas - handmade jewelry
Rabia Rawlings - homemade, organic cheesecakes
Christie Liskey - handmade jewelry and cards
Jill English - handmade baked goods: brownies, gingerbread, and pumpkin sourcream coffee cake
Lori Roop - l.c. of acirema - Natural, Herbal, Spirit and Skin Mend body products
Sepal Chicks - handmade silk screened t-shirts, earrings, and cowls
Star Acre Farms - vegetable transplants, early season greens, fresh eggs, succulent container gardens
Sam and Katherine - homemade ice-cream and pizza by the slice
The Green Grass House - family-made craft, sewing, prints, silk-screened shirts, seedlings, baked goods, and a whole lot of other creative homesteading products
Frieda and Barb - handsewn kitchen items, upcycled accessories, and handmade pottery for the kitchen and home
Pony Treats - Randa- delicious, vegan, organic prepared foods to eat at the market or take home (bring your own tupperware)
The Speakeasy - a full-scale bar featuring organic and locally distilled spirits and liqueurs and Colorado microbrews (there are also plenty of delicious and homemade non-alcoholic beverages)
The Idle Goat - homemade masala chai and silkscreened t-shirts
Earthlinks - craft produced by Earthlinks participants, produce, flowers, and gourds
Rumplestiltskein's Fine Handspun Yarns - hand spun and dyed yarns, small knit, crocheted and woven items
Folsom Farm- eggs and veggies from small urban farm plot in Boulder, homemade prepared food, and craft from the Folsom farmers