2022 Hours and Locations
Cloquet: Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon through October 15
904 Hwy 33 S., in front of Premiere Theatres
Carlton: Tuesdays 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. through October 11
McFarland Park, Hwy 210 & Grand
New and familiar vendors will bring you fresh fruits and vegetables, garden plants, breads and baked goods, jams, jellies and pickles, eggs & meat, maple syrup and honey, flowers, body care products and artisan crafts.
See you at the market!
Meet our Member Vendors
Boreal Craft Co blends craft, comfort, and sustainability to create goods for the body and home. Offering handcrafted small batch soap, knit goods for the home, and knit commissions throughout the year and at community events.
Canned goods: jams, jellies, pickles, relishes, syrups
Crocheted scrubbies and dish cloths.
Carolyn and Richard Gilbertson
Leave message at 218 879-3026
Hand woven rugs, placements, runners & coasters.
Individual-sized quick breads and a variety of cookies. 15 types of fudge.
Mike Little, CCFM Board President
Pickles & apple pies
Specializing in asparagus, shiitake mushrooms, blueberries, and corn in season; also carrots, cucumbers, peas, peppers, tomatoes and more.
Jams, jellies and pickles.
Mike's Apiaries, Fruit and Vegetable Farm
218 310 9164
Honey, fruits (blueberries, honeyberries and apples) and vegetables.
Twenty years of working the soil, transforming an urban backyard into a whimsical vacation space, coupled with studies in the fine arts (earthworks and photography) created a unique business offering plants, landscaping, consulting and art. I have a deep passion for thriving, playful plant environments and believe they are integral to a rich and healthy life. Treeskirt LLC uses organic methods and processes in the growing of all plant life.
218 879 1177
100% pure beeswax candles & honey stix.