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The Shoshoni Farmers Market happens every Friday evening from 5-7 pm. You can find them in the Community Room of the Shoshoni Fire Hall (102 E 2nd St Shoshoni, WY 82649).
There are many different vendors ready to offer exactly what you’re looking for. Here is a list of some of the many varieties of goods that you can find at the market:
7HT Foods (Jeff Ballou and wife Janet) “We have 15 kids of pickle products, all home grown and handmade. We also have homemade granola as well as five flavors of granola bars. We produce four kinds of jams, jellies and include pepper jelly. We blend homemade Bleu cheese dressing from the recipe used by Blue Jay Chic Inn Restaurant that was in Sheridan from 1960 into the early 1980s.” You may contact them at any market or by cell phone 851-4069.
Sage Valley Farms -Fruit, canned items and more(Zack Carlson and Family)
Color Street Nails – Fantastic nails w/Teresa Howard and homemade crafts
Van Austine Family Farms – Maple syrups, Wisconsin Cheese
Holi Smokesi– (Bryan Thoman) smoked products, smoked cheese, smoked nuts, smoked salts, seasonings and smoked chips
Custom cakes by Marisha – Custom desserts, cakes and treats.
Spreads For Breads – made by Mary- Jams, Jellies and Marmalades
Bb&j’s 307-Homemade and in different flavors of Peanut butter
Got Milk Dairy – Kathy and John Bower- Goat milk cheese, yogurt, eggs and occasional produce
Jennifer Schanno – From home at this time, has home grown garden tomatoes you may contact by phone to come take a look or pick in Shoshoni 349-5007
In the month of December, the Shoshoni Farmers Market will feature a variety of craft vendors for Holiday shopping in addition to their produce and food market! If you have something to offer, get ahold of Jennifer Schanno at 307-349-5007!
“Thank you to all vendors and customers who stop and support our market. Shoshoni market has now been up and running for over a year and we could not have done it with out the community and continued customers.”
The table cost is $5. That goes to advertising fees for fliers and more.