Market Vendors

The Rincon Valley Farmers Market is a rich diversification of produce, food products, and artisans. Find everything from fresh vegetables to pet food to beautiful and useful handmade products. Our vendors are working hard to bring you the best in the area!


Following is a list of our vendors. You can usually find all of these vendors at the Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market inaddition to other vendors that attend once or twice a month.  If you would like to find out exactly who to expect on a Saturday you can sign up for our weekly e-newsletter that is sent out each Thursday.  Just email Laura at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with e-newsletter as your subject or call 591-BARN (2276).

E = Located on the East side of the barn 
W = Located on the West side of the barn
B = Located inside the barn

Vendors & Artisans Inside the Barn:

Benne Ronning will be in the aisle of the Barn with her handmade
blankets, and children's outfits and teen shirts.

Susan Grossman-Susie Blue Shoes Gift Emporium- stall #1-
Watches, bracelets, wind chimes & yard art, cowgirl hats and
much more!    

Nature Soapworks-stall #2- the natural choice for soaps,
lotions, and more! Their natural products are made from high-
quality ingredients and contain no artificial colors or dyes -
which can irritate sensitive skin.  Their handmade soaps are non
drying and very gentle and are great for the whole family.  Stop
by and check out their 100% pure beeswax candles.  They can
actually improve the quality of the air around you! 

Book Nook-MOVED TO stall #3-Benefits the Rincon Valley Farmers &

Artisans Market and the Acacia Library, part of the Vail School District. Purchase a wide variety of used books. Exchange your
good quality used books for a new to you book.

Marcia Sanford with Cover UP Creations will be stall #3 with her
embroidered creations including book covers, vests, kleenex box
covers, hand towels and much, much, more!  She does do specialty
orders, just ask.

Handcrafted by Joan (B) stall #4- Quilts, Dolls, Painted Glass,
Painted Terra Cotta, Christmas Tree Ornaments Chile Pepper Glass
Ware & Salt n' Pepper Sets, and Aprons.

Laguna's Forged Ironworks- stall #5

Custom made wrought-iron doors, tables, and more.

Thunder Bay Inlay (B) stall #6- Finely Crafted Custom Woodwork,
Unique Southwest Desert Designs including tables and coats racks
and more.  

Crafty Treasures (B) stall #7-We have a wide selection of
handmade items, such as, refrigerator towels, 'Hot Pockets'(hot
pads), and plastic bag holders.  We also sell magnetic
bracelets, wooden roses and fly-thru ornaments.

Karen's Kreations (B) stall #8 - Fabric Covered Glass Plates,
Unique Handmade Gifts, Jewelry, Note Cards, Slippers & cutting

Ron's Wood Creations stall #9- has handmade wood creations, clocks, boxes,
key chains and more.  His letter trains make a great gift for
kids learning their letters or baby showers.  If you love pens
you need to check out his handmade wooden pens.  Brand-new
handmade bird feeders- perfect for the bird lover in your life.

Rock's Don't Blink Photography- Powers Limited, LLC Photography
(B) stall #11 - Explore the Great Outdoors With These
Exceptional Landscapes    

Healing Arts Therapeutic Massage-stall #12
Intuitive body work that uniquely weaves essential oils, energy
work and massage together, providing ultimate rejuvenation and
transformation of the body, mind and spirit. See Pam at RVFM in
stall #12 for a SPECIAL OFFER!

Copperanza Furnishings- stall #13
copper finish furnishings.


HG Designs- stall #14
One-of-a-kind jewelry creations. She has a design for every occasion, fun and playful or dressy.

Denise & Bill Haynes stall #15

with their wall hangings and photographs and more.

Bad Girl Beads Design (B) stall #16 - Cigar Box Purses, guitar
pick jewelry, vintage bottle cap jewelry & belts Semi-prescious
& swarovski crystal jewelry.

Kristi's Bread - stall #17 will have her selection of fresh artisan and
sweet breads which include: asiago, calamata olive, jalapeño
cheddar, Italian marble, rye, sourdough, multi-grain, cranberry
walnut, pumpernickel, chibatta, banana bread, zucchini, pumpkin,
blueberry, lemon, and cranberry-orange walnut.  Kristi also has
organic, Arizona grown pistachios from Cochise Stronghold.
Kristi's Bread has a fresh souply of Jack 'n the Bean Soup again
this year.

Healthy Paws-(B) stall #18
 Azmira all natural dog food- 

Farmers & Food Vendors under the Produce Tents on the East side

Jeff Scott Farms and Markley Farms accept WIC & FMNP checks.
(Arizona's Women, Infant and Children's Nutrition Program) Keep
an eye out for the signs.   

Boricua Farms
will have his Puerto Rican food and salsa every other Saturday.

Jeremy Markley with Markley Farms is currently gone while they relocate their
greenhouses, but we hope to see them back soon.

Alberto with Good Hands will be back this Saturday.
Good Hands Store features handmade green corn and beef tamales,
corn tortillas, chips and taco shells.
Phone number: 520-449-1567 Health Departments license #3080890-

Adventure Coffee Roasting will be back at Market this Saturday
with their delicious fresh roasted coffee by the cup and pound.

Power Ranches will be back with their all-natural locally raised beef, chicken and eggs! 

They are usually at the Market every other week.


Doc Kendrick Spice Company:  All natural Spice Blends, Rubs & Marinades.  Check out their delicious, quick and easy Jalapeño Corn Bread Mix, Spaghetti Western Beer Bread Mix and NEW Thrice as Nice Waffle/Pancake Mix.  They also have holiday fudge!  This month's flavor is white chocolate peppermint.    Visit their website: or call (520) 808-4232 for more information.   They also carry Southwest Bee Supply locally harvested honey.

Mediterranean Delights will be back with thier delicious hummus,
baklava, greek pita bread and more.  

Chef Scotty, founder and chef for Lasagna and More LLC brings to
you an ever expanding grand line up of Restaurant quality meals.
Each product is hand made, and then frozen in 100% recyclable
containers and comes with Chef Scotty's home made sauce on the
side, also frozen, to assure that you have a juicy, delightful,
home dining experience. Or take home Chef Scotty's SW Spice mix/rub

Jeff Scott Farms will be at the Market this week with
Come early for best selection!    
Peaches- while available    
Look for the first apples of the season!  
Look for a variety of summer squash
Green onions
Green, red, & yellow peppers
Green beans
Brussel sprouts
Pea pods
Rainbow carrots (when available)
sugar snap peas  
organic dried beans- baby lima beans
and more

"Wanda's Kitchen" specializing in homemade baked goods from "scratch".

Mini pies, hand-pies, and full size (10") pies, both sweet & savory, sweet breads in mini and traditional loaf sizes; muffins, cupcakes, mini upside-down cakes and more. Kolaches made from a family recipe from Finland, which dates back 100 years, will be available every Saturday in a variety of flavors. A traditional German Rugelach will also be available in several flavors.

 Wanda will also has the awesome jams & jellies available from the "We B Jamin Farm".


Artisans & More on the West Side of the Barn  

Garnet Myers will be back with his individually hand painted
southwestern art on sandstone.  Each piece is one of a kind.  

Lorrayne Mills with Ancient Desert Skies has beautiful handmade jewelry.

Under the Artisans Tent  

Susan will be back with her all-natural sun care and magnetic
glasses and badge holders.

Steve from CHUBBY'S GARDEN with his organic plants perfect our region.

We also have a wide variety of artisans and other vendors that come to the market.  If you want to check who will be at the Market on a specific Saturday you can call 591-BARN (2276) or email Laura at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and request a copy of the weekly e-newsletter.

The Vet, Cynthia Hudman comes out the third Saturday of the month from 9am to noon to give shots to dogs and cats.

A Rincon Institute Project that also benefits the Vail School District. 
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