Guest Vendors for August
YoSoy Foods - Nick makes vegan cupcakes featuring spices from Denver's own Savory Spice Shop
Le Petit Boulanger - the product of a thin man with a large appetite for baked goods and bread! Jake will be bringing homemade croissants and artisan breads to the HaHo
Melanie - Tsunami Kanzashi hair ornaments and handsewn children's clothing
Good Eats by Leza - handmade tomatillo sauce, corn tortillas, and corn bread
Waste Farmers - premium potting soil sold in reusable, portable pots and worm castings
High Plains Food Coop - a network of small family farms just east of Denver - they will be bringing cheese, beef jerky, oil, grains, produce, and more!
The Middle Sisters - Amy and Jenny make fused glass jewelry, frames, chimes and other functional art, as well as knitted items and collapsable hula hoops
Sarah's Jewelry Creations - handmade earrings, bracelets, and necklaces
Recycled - Kristin is a Denver-based clothing designer, currently working with 100% locally sourced, post-consumer fabrics
Artists at Stoneleaf - handmade pottery - plates, bowls, mugs, pitchers, and pots!
Hardpan Horticulture - organic, local produce and savory and medicinal herbs, organic cooking oils, home-made (by us!) mosquito repellent and skin salve, recycled oak cutting boards, home-made barbacoa with local meats, rhubarb lemonade, home-made pie with organic/local/home-grown ingredients, zucchini baba ganoush, maybe blackberry soup if the crop turns out!
Moonlight Studios - handmade crochet bugs and "moctipye" keeper animals
Rescue Bars - homemade granola bars with oats, honey, brown sugar, peanut butter, almonds, pecans, sunflower seeds, dried apricots, blueberries, cranberries, raisins, and dates
Gypsy Gauges - handmade gauged earrings
Johnny's Vegan Wine - homemade, vegan wine by the bottle
MissVioDesigns - handmade knitted items
The vendors you'll see regularly at all the rest of the markets - many of your well-known and favorite ones. For more detailed descriptions of the regular vendors click HERE.
Duende Forge - A local blacksmith and cutler, Brice makes kitchen knives and paring knives.
We Made This - A hands on project empowering refugee woman, We Made This sells handmade sewn aprons and bags
Little Black Cat Edibles - Justin and Liz grow veggies in their backyards for canning and preserving! They will have pickles, kimchi, tomato chutney and more
Hazelnut Undertakings - A group of neighbors that grow veggies, have chickens and bee hives, bake, and throw pottery. At the HaHo, they will bring produce, honey, cookies, eggs, and pottery.
Jameson Velosmith - James offers bicycle tunes and repairs
Two Tarts Bakery - avid home bakers offering bundt cakes, pies, cookies, cupcakes, dessert breads and brownies
SQGLZ - Deacon is a local screen printer and designer. He'll bring posters, t-shirts, stickers, and buttons to the HaHo
Leatherworks - Dana makes handmade leather crafts including bags, wallets, bracelets, and jewelry
The Idle Goat - homemade masala chai and a conscious-raising line of apparel
Lisa Stavig - handbags, purses, totebags and accessories from recycled and up-cycled fabric
The GrowHaus - a non-profit center for urban agriculture and food justice in Denver - they will bring micro greens, tomatoes, and other produce
Lori Roop - l.c. of acirema - handmade herbal remedies, tintures, skin care products and lotions
Jared - mushroom inoculated logs and straw
Trey Rainosek - delicious, nutricious, gmo-free, plant based food!
Pony Treats! - vegan/organic dinner food to consume at the market
Devon - tarot card readings
Sepal Chicks - silk-screened t-shirts, earrings, and cowls
Frieda and Barb - local crafters and moms who sew, craft wacky things, and throw pottery
Rumplestilskein's Fine Handspun Yarn - quality hand-spun and dyed yarns