Thursdays 3-7 pm - June 13 to Oct. 17 - Park Ave & Cook St

Market Sellers & their Goods

Market Sellers & their Goods

Wayne Miller Farms
Wayne Miller will be joining us again this year with his outstanding Michigan fruit! Be sure to pay him a visit!
Sitka Salmon
Sitka Salmon seafood is caught using low-impact methods by artisan, small-boat fishermen-owners in the waters of Southeast Alaska. It is sold blast-frozen and vacuum-packed. Sitka Salmon sells seafood–which includes several varieties of salmon, Pacific cod, halibut, Dungeness crab, spot prawns, and much more–via a monthly, home delivered CSF (community supported fishery) share. They love selling individual portions at farmers markets because it provides shoppers with an opportunity to try their fish and creates an opportunity to educate consumers on sustainable fishing, wild-caught vs farmed, and frozen vs fresh. other week.  Please follow our Facebook page to keep up to date as Sitka Salmon will be attending markets every other week. Welcome to Barrington, Sitka Salmon!
Journey to Greendom
Journey to Greendom will be returning to the Barrington Farmers Market for the 2018 season and we couldn’t be more excited to get our hands on their goods! Journey to Greendom is a wholly-women owned, mother-daughter business offering eco-friendly, all natural products for adults, children, pets and general household. We hear their bug spray is the BEST around!
The Cheese People
The Cheese People have been a mainstay at the Barrington farmers market in years past and we are grateful to have them back for another wonderful season! Stop by and sample some of the best cheese around.

Arlington Crest Farm

We are so excited to have Arlington Crest Farms join us this year with a truly outstanding selection of produce to offer. Can’t get enough? Sign up for their CSA! Dan is commited to growing the best quality foods. He uses organic farming practices, such as crop rotation, diversified planting, and incorporating on site biomass and food waste for compost to attract beneficial organisms, as well as ward away pests.

Collie Flower Farms

We are thrilled to welcome back Collie Flower Farm this season selling beautiful and unique cut flowers and arrangements.

Safehouse Farm Alpacas

The mission of SafeHouse Farm Alpacas is to produce elite fiber on healthy and robust alpacas and sell quality products in Ye Olde Alpaca Shoppe located on the farm and at farmers markets.  Products include blankets, throws, rugs, socks, gloves, hats, scarves, sweaters, yarn and horse blankets.

Rollicking Buckaroo Pepper Jam

Rollicking Buckaroo Pepper Jam new to our market this year and sells all natural, gluten-free and vegan jam sold in three varieties.

Roedger Bros. Farms

Established in 2003 in the heart of the Michigan “Fruit Belt” the Roedger Bros. Farms in both Covert and South Haven Michigan are located on some very blessed acreage, boasting sandy soil, just the right amount of lake effect snow and the optimum weather for the growing of fantastic blueberries. Add in historically passed down and proven pruning techniques, dedication to excellence and a strong commitment to the environment and what you have is the recipe for Roedger Bros. Blueberries. The perfect combination of great taste and ultimate nutrition…quite simply, “Pound for Pound…The World’s Greatest Blueberries!”

Honey Lake Bee Company

Honey Lake Bee Company is located right here in North Barrington and is a family run business of 100% raw, natural, unfiltered honey.  They also make and sell pure beeswax candles and lip balm.

Zanders Elmhurst Farm

Dick & Kathy Zander will be with us again this year selling beautiful produce from their Elmhurst farm.

The Plant Kid

Connor L’Heureux makes and sells beautiful decorative topiaries with the help of his aunt and uncle’s farm located in Michigan.  Connor uses the profits from his sales to subsidize his boarding school costs each year.  Please follow our Facebook page as Connor will not be attending all markets.


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