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
These are "one time only" guest vendors so you may not see them at another market after July. Better come this time to catch them!
Quiero Arepas - Our first food truck at the HaHo! Beckie and Igor make Venezuelan Arepas out of their little "arepita" truck
Rocky Mountain Wildflower Honey - 100% pure, unfiltered honey from David's 3 hives at his home in Denver
LolaRose Lemonades - homemade floral-based lemonades
Hardpan Horiculture – organically grown seedlings: heirloom tomato, zucchini, cucumber, eggplant, and a couple kinds of squash; blossom infused honeys and cooking oils; pumpkin fennel soup
Garner Design - strung bead jewelry using recycled and re-purposed items
Creations by Marica - hand-knit, children's sweaters
The Goat Next Door – Danny – goat cheese made from Danny’s backyard goats’ milk
Sunshine Kombucha - Kombucha made with fresh, local, all-organic fruits, herbs and spices
Waste Farmer's - premium potting soil sold in reusable, portable pots and worm castings
Karoline's Ice Cream - homemade vegan ice cream
Crone of the Cloth - handmade wooden boxes
Good Eats by Leza - handmade tomatillo sauce, corn tortillas, and corn bread
Kylie - wild yeast sourdough bread
Mountain Majesty Lavender – Karen Fisher – homegrown lavender turned into lotion, facial steam, bathbags, bars, and more