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Featured Vendor: Hadija’s Farm

FRESH MARKET

Hadija Haji is part of a farming-focused non-profit called Global Gardens which encourages farmer participation at the Capital City Public Market. “Global Gardens is a program of the Idaho Office for Refugees. We strive to involve diverse families in healthy lifestyles and entrepreneurial training.  We do so through the cultivation, harvest, cooking, eating, and sales of fresh, READ MORE ►

Classic Lines Pottery

Classic Lines Pottery - June 21, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/market-news/classic-lines-pottery/

You might just know Michael Sowers, owner of Classic Lines Pottery, from all the years he’s been at the market, 15 years to be exact, and in all that time he’s only missed two markets. What an amazing feat and certainly a reason to come check out his amazing pottery. He started making pottery READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: Lapinel Arts Leatherwork

Lapinel Arts Leatherwork - June 14, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/lapinel-arts-leatherwork/

For Cathy Lapinel of Lapinel Arts Leatherwork, all it took was one inspiring Christmas gift from her husband and she was hooked. Cathy is a leather crafter and has been for six years, and one fateful year her husband gifted her enough leather to make two belts. She created the patterns and tooled in READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: KatieBee Honey

FEATURED VENDOR

Brian and Katie Wiggins are the proud owners, or caretakers rather, of nearly 2,000 beehives. There are anywhere from 20,000-60,000 bees in a single hive, so you could say they’ve got their work cut out for them. It all started with Brian and his time spent growing up in the central valley of California READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: KatieBee Honey

KatieBee Honey - June 7, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/katiebee-honey/

Brian and Katie Wiggins are the proud owners, or caretakers rather, of nearly 2,000 beehives. There are anywhere from 20,000-60,000 bees in a single hive, so you could say they’ve got their work cut out for them. It all started with Brian and his time spent growing up in the central valley of California READ MORE ►