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Fremont County Master Gardeners Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning from 9-11 at the Fremont County Fairgrounds in the Little Wind building.
Every Saturday there are a variety of vendors selling different items all ranging from local produce (in season) to fresh baked goods. All products are produced locally. Let’s all support LOCAL!
You can find locally grown produce, dairy products (both cow and goat), fermented products including sauerkraut and Keifer, local honey, canned goods- jams, jellies, salsa, pickles, relish, and more, baked goods (pies, cinnamon rolls, cookies, cakes, and bread) as well as homemade tamales. You never know what you may find this time of year.
The Market is the place to be on a Saturday morning. Round up the family and head on over to the Fremont County Fairgrounds. It’s a great way to start the weekend! Need a Valentine’s Day gift for that special someone? You never know what you might find at the Saturday Market.
This week your vendor of the week is Katelina with Katelina Kreations! Be sure to stop by and see her this Saturday 9-11 at the Saturday Farmers Market down at the Fairgrounds in the Little Wind Building.
Katelina was born in Anchorage, Alaska. Her family moved to Wyoming last year. Katelina is a freshman at Riverton High School. When Katelina was a little girl, she would sit on the kitchen counter and help her mom or grandma with whatever was being baked, most of the time it was cookies or tortillas. Her love for being in the kitchen started around 18 months of age. Today, there isn’t anything Katelina cannot make.
This last winter, she came up with Katelina’s Kreations. She specializes in scones and offers a featured flavor every month. Her February flavors are Triple Chocolate and White Chocolate Raspberry. Other flavors include: Ham & Cheddar, Blueberry, Cinnamon Bun, Chocolate Chip, more flavors are continually being added. Katelina also offers seasonal flavors like pumpkin. Katelina is also known as “The Cookie Girl”, she makes her great-grandma’s molasses cookies and has customers frequently request her cowgirl cookies.
Stop by and see what fresh, new items Fremont County has to offer!