Hudson Grocery Cooperative will host a second Monthly Market on April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hudson Middle School at 1300 Carmichael Road, Hudson WI.
The Monthly Market is a free, family-friendly community events that is open to the public. HGC owners and non-owners are welcome.
In addition to the area vendors with natural, organic and hand-crafted item, there will be door prizes, and a kid’s activity and more.
We are happy to welcome Hudson based business Ciranda to the Market. They are a supplier of quality certified organic, non-GMO and fair-trade ingredients. Stop by their informational booth to learn about the benefits of purchasing organic and what food labeled “organic” means. They will also have a kid’s craft project.
The vendors at the March Market will be:
Mio Soaps with hand crafted soaps & candles.
Klasen Apiaries with honey, honey comb, raspberry honey jam, lip balm, beeswax candles, honey sticks, maple syrup and wool dryer balls.
BitMad Bakery with a variety of breads other baked goods.
Shady Lane Farm with homemade (organic) herbal-based bath and body products.
Diamond D Cattle Ranch will be taking orders for natural farm raised beef, pork and chicken.
Chicken Opera Farm with jams, jellies, relish and eggs.
Melanie Herberg with Young Living essential oils.
Tea Tree & Rose with balms, saves, sprays, creams, scrubs, oils, face masks, baby products and soaps.
Bee Crafty with handcrafted jewelry and cards.
Grey Fox Gifts with jewelry made from dried botanicals encased in resin, wire jewelry, needle felted critters and artwork.
One Hit Wonder Crochets with handmade crochet hats, washcloths, and handmade faux fur blankets.
A demonstration is scheduled for 12 p.m. – “Multi-Step Facial Care” Presented by Tea Tree & Rose Owner, Adi Risner. Learn safe and effective techniques for keeping your skin naturally vibrant. This 7-step facial demonstration details the appropriate order for using your face care products (all the way from exfoliating to moisturizing) and will introduce you to new products that specifically target common concerns.
A second presentation “The Value of Buying Bulk” will be presented by Matt Dobberstein from Diamond D Cattle Ranch. Discover the value in purchasing quality locally sourced products. Compare the actual cost of buying a little at a time from the store verses the value of buying bulk.
Come for shopping, door prizes, demonstrations, kid’s crafts and more!