Art and Craft Vendors

Wally G Beads: Mary Redman & Walt Gross - jewelry, lampwork, glass beads

Marguerite Bowan - native crafts, children's gifts

Heckin GOOD Bandanas: Amanda Hein - dog bandanas

Tasteful Stitches: Brandi Dove - bibs, blankets, aprons, crocheted items, handmade beadwork

Weathered Bird Designs: Renee Gabrielsen - handmade tutus, hair accessories, pom pom gloves, upcycled jewelry, face painting

Marilyn Wilson - woven rugs, handmade towels


Fruit and Vegetable Vendors

Cedar Wedge Farm: Marvin Beachy - veggies

Chang's Garden: Doua Chang - fruits, veggies, flowers

Sheng Kue - fruits, veggies, flowers

Cheng Lee - fruits, veggies, flowers

Chong Lee - fruits, veggies, flowers

Preston's Produce: Lorin & Winnie Preston - fruits, veggies, flowers

Tou Lee - fruits, veggies, flowers

Vang Farmers Market: Ko Vang - fruits, veggies, flowers

Mai's Touch Tenderly Grown Produce: Soua & Meng Yang - fruits, veggies

Xao Her - fruits, veggies


Maple Syrup

Buhrandt Farms Inc: Steve Buhrandt - maple syrup, sunflower seeds


Meat Vendors

Yak's n Things: Wendy & Kyle Jorgenson - yak meat

Silver Moon Springs: Tim Winkel - fish

Five Star Lamb: Terri Dallas - lamb meat

Tenderland Beef: Armando Llanas & Steve Gehm - beef

Johnson Family Cattle: Brad & Lindsay Johnson - beef


Other

The Chella Soap Company: Kelly Bueschel - soap, body mists, lotions, aromatherapy sachets


Plants / Landscape

Rochelle Kugel - plants


Prepared Food

Bernardie's Food Stand - Indian tacos, walking tacos, fresh lemonade

Home Field Kettle Corn - kettle corn

Hunan Chinese Restaurant - Chinese food, bubble tea

Old Glory Candy: Curt & Karen Preston/James & Jenny Maltbey - fresh roasted nuts

Pies By Patti: Patti White - baked goods

Y'Salsa: Yvonne Gwidt - canned salsa, relish, art/craft - cement garden art

Yoder's Fried Pies: David & Sylvia Yoder


It is definitely an art to make the bouquets; Cheng’s daughter Lou is being trained by her mother to create the bouquets. The Lee’s like being a vendor at the Shawano Farmers Market, according to Lou, “It’s more than the profits, we like the people and the fun atmosphere.”


When October comes around and the markets are done for the year, the Lee’s are already planning for next year’s market.

Are you interested in selling at the Shawano Farmers Market? Check out our FORMS page.


Learn more about our Certified Local Vendor Program HERE.

become a vendor at the Shawano farmers market!

Meet our Vendor - Cheng Lee & Family

our 2019 vendors (varies week to week)

Cheng Lee and family have been vendors at the Shawano Farmers Market for six years. They are well-known for their amazing vegetables and flowers they grow in Weston and Ringle, Wisconsin. The Lee’s grow and sell over 20 different vegetables at four farmer’s markets. They take pride in displaying and selling beautiful and delicious vegetables. The day before the market they start cleaning and washing vegetables at 4:00 a.m. and finish at 1:00 a.m. the next morning. They catch a few hours of sleep and then head to Shawano to set up their stand. In addition to veggies, they also sell stunning bouquets of flowers.


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