Thank you so much for making our first Holiday Mercantile a success! We are looking forward to next year’s festivities!! Check back in November for more info!
We’re excited to ring in the holiday season with our Jubilee community – we’ll be featuring Jubilee Farm products as well as treats and creations from local artisans! It’ll be a wonderful opportunity to spend time with your neighbors and stock up on goodies for holiday gift-giving and cooking.
You’ll be able to find our mercantile inside Jubilee Farm’s brown shop (at 10 W. Snoqualmie River Rd. SE, just down the road from the white barn), where we’ll have mulled cider bubbling on the wood-burning stove.
We’ll also have some greenery from Jubilee’s hillside for kids (and adults!) to make festive holiday bunches to take home.
Feel free to bring some knitting and stay awhile!
We’ll be featuring Jubilee Farm’s…
- Stone-ground, whole wheat flour
- Single cuts of grass-fed beef (and larger sampler variety packages can be available upon reservation!)
- Pastured eggs
- Pumpkin Butter
Jubilee Farm will also be selling creations by some talented local folks…
- Jubilee Blackberry Honey by Rainy Day Bees (from hives on the farm!)
- Simple Syrup by Meadowland
- Wild yeast sourdough bread by Wild Belly Sourdough
Other local artisans include:
All natural & hand-poured soy candles by Sarah Soptich
Hand thrown and shaped pottery for beauty and function by Claire Foster
For A Lark
Ornaments and wreaths by Ashley Swanlund
Homemade bread and “Grow Your Own” microgreens kits by Laura (Haakenson) Patterson
Whimsical art by Kristin Haakenson
Inspiration for home & abroad by Lacy Ellman
Holiday pottery creations
Homemade dog treats by Deb Meyers
Nature-inspired, fine-silver jewelry by Hilary Kamien
Handmade, Repurposed, Upcycled – creations by Lynn Craig
Herbal teas & salves by Heather Logan