SHEET HARBOUR FARMERS AND CRAFTERS MARKET
Sheet Harbour Farmer’s and Craft Market Vendors – October 22, 2016
The Sheet Harbour Farmer’s and Craft Market is this Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the Eastern Shore Wildlife Lodge at 200 Pool Rd. The time is 9:30 – 1:00 pm.
The following vendors will be at the market this Saturday:
Gary and Lori Levy -– Salmon Cove Woodworking
Doreen Spears – Baked goods
Lena Spears – sewn, knitted and crotched items, baked goods, pickles and more.
Stephanie Spears -Steeped Tea Independent Consultant
Mark Walsh – Wooden toys, painted ornaments, and signs
Gerry and Judy Walker – fresh fruit and veggies
Lynn Wambolt Lowe – paintings on canvas, reclaimed pallet board paintings such as scarecrows, reindeer, snowmen etc.
Our intent and vision for the Farmer’s Market is to come together as a community and support our local talented artists, crafters, farmers, growers, bakers, and independent sales reps. The market is being held at the Sheet Harbour Wildlife Lodge at the Wildlife Campground at 200 Pool Road, Sheet Harbour.
The market is open from 9:30 – 1:00 pm on Saturday. Join us and buy local. Our vendors’ items include: leather works, sewing items, farmers produce, caning, pottery, photography, jewellery, wood working items, wooden toys, handmade soap, sea glass art, baked goods, jams, jellies and pickles and more.
We also have representatives from the following registered companies, Scentsy, J K Apparel, Mary K, Tupperware, Norwex, Univera, Steeped Tea and 31Gifts.
Check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/sheetharbourfarmersmarket/?fref=ts.
The market will be running from 9:30am – 1:00 pm on the following dates:
Meet our Vendors
Robert Moser – Moser’s Art & Photography – Specializes in wildlife and nature scenery.
Contact info: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mosers-Art-and-Photography/318262938299394?ref=hl
Sandy Moser – Moser’s Art & Photography – Specializes in wildlife art and photography.
Sandy Moser is an international award winning artist who is inspired to paint the wild creatures of the world. Her realistic style captures the essence of these animals and birds. Sandy’s work has been featured in many selected group shows within the province of Nova Scotia. She is currently a member and founding president of the Seacoast Trail Arts Association and is a member of Visual Arts of Nova Scotia. Sandy’s paintings are now in private and corporate collections in many parts of North America, Europe and New Zealand.
Jewels of the Sea – Sea Glass Jewelry
Sandy’s latest venture is designing and making sea glass jewelry. She uses sea glass from the Atlantic Provinces and she buys glass from buyers around the world. She also uses a 2 toned glass that is very unique and shows 2 to 3 different colors in the glass. She likes to drill or to wire wrap the glass. She sells sets of earrings with a necklace, as well as selling those items separately. Her new line that she has designed, are charm bracelets, lockets that are filled with sea glass, and bracelets that incorporate lampwork beads.
Contact info: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandy-Moser-Art/285267848276987?ref=hl
Valerie and Brian Mosher – Shalebrook Handcrafted Soap
Description of Product: Shalebrook Handcrafted soap bars are created in a time honored process. Shalebrook handcrafted soap bars are created here on the Eastern Shore in Moser River, NS. Unlike commercial bars that consist mainly of detergents and chemicals that tend to strip the skin of their natural oils, our high quality ingredients include vegetable-based oils as well as lard and tallow, butters, clays, honey, tussah silk and other skin loving products. The ingredients for each soap batch we make are chosen for the individual properties that they each will pbring to the new bar of soap. Where possible we use local products such as dandelions, maple syrup, bladderwrack and plantago. Other ingredients come from as far away as Africa, Australia and the Dead Sea located between Jordan and Israel. The ingredients in each bar of soap are located on the packaging or on our website at www.shalebrooksoap.com.
Once the desired formula is calculated the soap is produced in one of three ways: hot process, cold process or cold process stove process. The finished soap is then poured into molds and allowed to harden. After coming out of the loaf mold, each bar is hand cut, air dried, cured and hand packaged.
Products: luxury bars, regular bars and specialty bars that are designed for problem skin, facial use and shampoos, and lip balms.
Other Ingredients: beeswax, lanolin, avocado butter, avocado iol, Cocoa butter, mango butter, Castor oil, Rose Hip Oil, Jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil, Spearmint, Peppermint, Rosemary, Calendula and Chamomile.
Facebook: Shalebrook Handcrafted Soap
Gary and Lori Levy – Salmon Cove Woodworking
Products: hand crafted wooden spoons, salad spoons, salad forks, cutting boards, canes, tables, cedar birdhouses and more.
Lena Spears – Lena has a wide array of products including:
Homemade baked goods -pies, loaves, squares, cookies, jams, jellies, pickles and more.
Handcrafted – knitted mittens, hats, sweaters, braided hangars and more.
Phone – 902-885-2270
Julie Hogg – Hand Sewn Products
Products: hand sewn purses for young girls, diaper bags, chidren’s totes, nurses’s totes, Halloween and Christmas costumes and delicious chocolates.
Clarence Misener – Leather maker
Products: handmade belts, men’s wallets, ladies purses, guitar straps and more
Erin Butler – Little Luxuries Soapworks
Products: Soap, bath bombs, bubble bath, lotions, scrubs, hand and body lotions, whipped sugar scrubs, scented wax melts and warmers and gift packs.
Email –email@example.com> and Theresa –Duncarin@yahoo.ca
Facebook – Little Luxuries Soapworks Independent Consultant Crystal Macleod
Debbie Dicks – Independent Univera Associate
Product Description: Debbie Dicks Wellness and Weight Loss Consultant and Coach
Univera’s mission is to bring the best of nature to humankind. The world’s leading Aloe producer, Univera is powered by Aloe and backed by science. With a strong nursing and health promotion background and Univera’s amazing nutraceuticals I am uniquely positioned to help you improve your health, vitality, prosperity and purpose!
FB- Live well with Debbie
Rita Murphy Weagle –Mary Kay
I have been an independent consultant with Mary Kay cosmetics for almost 9 years. After 30 years in the financial industry I chose to take early retirement and work this wonderful business on a more full time basis.
The Mary Kay Business mission is to Enrich Womens’s lives. I do that , one face at a time, with “powerhouse skincare” that’s been around over 50 years, captivating color that is “right on trend” and a business opportunity designed with women in mind and with a business model that’s been taught in Harvard school of business.
I live in Dartmouth, born and raised in Sheet Harbour. I have a summer place in the Sheet Harbour area and lots of family and friends here. Drop by and see me at the Market! I am looking forward to catching up.
I am an associate of Kim Campbell so will also be selling Miche purses.
Cecilia Gray – Pebble Art Pictures, homemade baby quilts/blankets and infinity scarves.
Stephanie Langille Reid- Scentsy
Products – Scentsy sells flame less warmers, scented wax, scent circles, scent packs, body products such as soaps and hand lotions, shampoo and body gels, perfume and laundry products! All very wonderful smelling.
Facebook – Stephanie Langille-Reid
Sarah MacKenzie – JK Apparel
JK Apparel has introduced many new exciting products for our Spring/Summer Line 2015. We have something for the entire family, from an exclusive Organic Baby Line to Full outfits for the Kids! For the Women we now have Pencil Skirts, Tea Length Dresses, Tea Length Skirts and Lace Bottom Tanks and SO much more!!
Description of Product: leggings you’ll love and more! Along with the leggings I have, tops, skirts, shorts, and a wide leg pant style.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website and/or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/JK-Apparel-Halifax-County-Clam-Harbour-NS-By-Sarah/444096472433406
Chris Boutilier, C.C. & Sam – crotched and knitted items, tie-dyed T shirts and bracelets.
Jeannie McCurdy – Norwex
Norwex products are designed to help reduce chemicals in the home and to reduce waste in the environment. With Norwex Microfiber System, you will not breathe, touch or ingest chemicals – you simply create a cleaner, healthier indoor environment.
Our mission at Norwex is to improve quality of life by radically reducing chemicals in our homes. In addition, the Norwex products make cleaning faster and more cost effective than traditional cleaning products.
Multipurpose dusting and cleaning cloths, mops, and dusting mitts clean practically any hard surface with only water! No need to use furniture polish, window cleaners or paper towels.
Other products : Cleaning paste, dryer balls, laundry detergent that is free from phosphates, fillers & is fragrance free, and more.
Kim Kenny Felting and Wooden Craft Products
Felted Items such as hot mats, pictures, dryer balls and wooden craft items.
Stephanie Spears -Steeped Tea Independent Consultant
Products: loose tea and accessories; our teas are all natural with no artificial flavors or colors. Stephanie will not have and cash and carry items but she will have catalogs to order from. She will have items to display and people can place their order. She will also have some tea samples to try.
We sell purses, wallets, shopping totes, thermals, home organizational products, and jewelry.
Below is from our website:
“The heart of who we are!
Thirty-One Gifts is about so much more than just a bag. We are a family of individuals who share a passion for empowering women, and who are committed to celebrate, encourage and reward others for who they are. The name Thirty-One Gifts comes from Proverbs 31, which describes the attributes and the importance of a “Virtuous Woman.”
Our mission is to help women by giving them the opportunity to own their own business, providing them with all the tools and support necessary to find success and possibly build a new career!
Steve Brennan – Old Coins Collector
Products: Steve will be buying and selling various types of coins including old coins, Canadian silver coins, American and World Coins and paper currency.
Sarah Duncan – Caning
I have been caning for over 10 years. I repair hand woven cane in chairs, tables, canoe seats, privacy screens, etc. Usually this involves replacing the whole surface. I can do new pieces if anyone does wood working and would like something caned. I can also do conversions from commercially pre-woven mat cane to hand woven caning. I can weave the commercial 6 way standard, as well as several antique weave patterns such as daisy chain, spider web, diamond cross and snowflake, to name a few. I can repair medallion chairs. I use new cane for all projects, and I do minor repair (no charge) and prep work as needed. I have my own pricing system, so it generally works out a little more reasonably than the suggested $2 per hole plus supplies.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 902-404-7095
Ollie Douma – Paintings on Feathers and other items. Knitted baby items and more.
Doreen Spears – Doreen’s Baked Goods
Doreen’s delicious baked goods include bread, rolls, biscuits, squares, cookies, cakes, wedding cakes, pies and more.
Karyn Hamilton – Back to Basics
Organic Skin care products that are truly made with top quality organic and all natural ingredients. There are no artificial fragrances, dyes or harmful chemicals used. This is skin care that you will love and feel good about using! We have you covered with products from head to toe.
Product List: Prices range from $4 – $20.
– Whipped Shea Butter Face & Body Lotion
– Shea Butter and Beeswax Face & Body Butter
– Peppermint Foot Lotion
– African Black Soap
– Lip Balm
– Magnesium Bath Soak
– Dry Shampoo
– Remineralizing Tooth Powder
– Rejuvenating Face Serum
– Body Oil
– Canadian Glacial Clay (face and hair mask)
Contact: Facebook – Back To Basics by Karyn
Gerri Frager – Natural Whorlds Pottery
I have delighted in creating functional pottery pieces for the past 8 years, both handbuilt or wheel-thrown. Making forms that someone would enjoy a drink with, put flowers in, or serve food from is my favourite focus. I love to reflect the natural world in my work through impressions of flowers, grasses, and images of living by the sea. Some pots reflect constellations from our night sky.
As a pediatrician working in pediatric palliative care for 2 decades, without fail – pottery helped me relax and renew. In my now retired from work-life, pottery fills my days, my head and my hands. I hope to express my heart through my work in clay and hope you too, enjoy the results.
Dates for the market – July 16 and Sept 3