Farmers Market

2019 Farmers' Market

Every Saturday

The Farmer’s Market is located in Downtown Warrensburg.
Open: May-October
Time: Saturday – 7:30 a.m. – Noon
Where: W. Market Street between the Courthouse and Johnson County Justice Center

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2019 Vendors

Regulations
Vendor Form

Food Vendors

Buckeye Acres
Produce, Fruits, & Jelly

Keto Kids 
Brady and Gracyn VanWey
Keto & Low-Carb Foods

Brandan’s Breads 
Brandan Matthews
Bagels, Pastries, and breads

Wadel Farm
Clair and Susan Wadel
Produce, Sweet Bread, & Applebutter

Anwey’s Honey Farm
David and Denise Anwey
Honey & Beeswax

Harold Campbell 
Produce & Fruit

Turnbow Farms 
Herb Turnbow
USDA Inspected Frozen Beef

Rawbuzz LLC
Julie Valdez
Honey

Blushing Bakes 
Morghan Mainer
Baked Goods

Gillard Honey 
Nancy and Grant Gillard
Honey products & Elderberry products

Sunshine Farm
Sue Wang
Produce, Fruits, Eggrolls, Crab Ragoon, & Fried Rice

La Esperanza
Nelsi Mendec
Tamales, Cappuccino, & Concessionary products

Non-Food Vendors

Honeybloom Farms LLC
Angela Moeller
Cut Flowers

Elizabeth Socolofsky-Howe
Pottery, Wood Working, Key Chains

Grace’s Treehouse
Grace Mitcheltree
Slime, Bookmarks, Wood burnt Items, wreaths, & Chalkboards

Rawbuzz LLC 
Julie Valdez
Bath & Body Products, & Candles

Ken Thompson
Crafts, Wood Work, Furniture, & Crocheted Items

Lady Olenna’s Apothecary 
Kristin Cerri
Bath Bombs & Salts, Sugar Scrubs, & Candles

Rustic Bridges 
Matthew and Hailey Bridges
Home decor, Hand crafted wood items, & paintings

Gillard Honey
Nancy and Grant Gillard
Furniture polish & Leather conditioner

Scrollsaw Peddler, LLC 
Shleby R. Seelinger
Home decor & Custom Furniture

Sue’s Custom Crafts
Sue Muzzilo
Needle crafts & Beading

2019 Farmers' Market Interns

Chance Riddle

Chance Riddle is a Criminal Justice major at the University of Central Missouri, and is planning on attending Law School when he graduates. He’s had a passion for all things agriculture since he was younger, and ended up joining the Warrensburg FFA chapter in High School. This passion allowed him to not only become the President of the Warrensburg FFA chapter, but it also helped him earn his American FFA Degree. The leadership skills and the dedication Chance acquired in FFA has helped him get on the Dean’s List 4 semesters in a row, as well as become the President of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. Chance’s passion isn’t contained to just Agriculture, he loves his town more than almost anything else. He shares the same love for Warrensburg that Main Street Inc. does, and we hope to see great things out of him this Summer!

Jill Morgan

Jill grew up a military brat, moving all over the country, but has been around the Warrensburg Area for about 12 years now. This gives her a love and support for our small town community. Jill currently attends UCM and is pursuing a BS in Agribusiness Literacy, Leadership, and Management and a certificate in Emergency Services Management. Jill will graduate in the spring of 2020 and hopes to further her career in the Air National Guard by becoming an officer. Jill is currently in her third year of military service and specializes in search and recovery. This specialty has taught Jill how important community involvement and support is. Working as a Market Master for the Warrensburg Farmers’ Market, Jill hopes to learn more about the Warrensburg community and the local farmers and producers specifically. Jill looks forward to bringing the community together and creating a stronger bond between the organizations.