Our 2015 compilation of marvelous music by our very talented market musicians remains available for all to enjoy!

Jam packed with 18 songs, well over an hour of the best music Cleveland has to offer, the CD is available at the market info booth and by calling our office at 216-252-6559, ext. 1000.

Be sure to visit our Vendor Spotlights & Chef Demo Recipe Pages!

There are two newer features on our Media Page - Featured Vendors and Chef Demo Recipes! Just click on the items to visit the respective page.

Click HERE to jump right to the Featured Vendors Page

Click HERE to jump right to the Chef Demo Recipes Page

We Need Volunteers!

Click HERE for a flyer about volunteering at the Market!

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Click HERE to see photos from the CD Release Party!

Attention Vendors!

Click HERE to download the complete 2016 Vendor Packet and Application Form.

Click HERE to fill out an Online Application Form.

Click HERE to see the 2016 Market Schedule!

Based in Aurora, OH, Buckeye Blends California olive oil and balsamic vinegar imported from Modena, Italy, can be found at farmers markets, art shows, and wines festivals and fairs from Cleveland to Columbus and everywhere in between.

Enjoy a robust selection of infused olive oils including garlic, habanero, and basil!

Welcome to our New Vendors!

Gaelic Imports & Buckeye Blends!

Get Sharp at the Market!

You will totally enjoy the multi-talented Harvey Mone, THREE vendors in one! At the Peanutbutter Mill there is never a dull moment!

(1) Six flavors of fresh ground, all natural nut butters!

(2) Delectable Amish Fry Pies, fruit filled half-moons, deep fried with a glaze covering!

(3) Expert Sharpening! bring all your dull knives and over-worked gardening shears to his booth. Drop them off, shop for a while, and pick them up all nicely sharpened!

The BEST of the Blues by Wallace Coleman!

Click HERE to download the Market Flyer!

Gaelic Imports, 5633 Pearl Road in Parma, is well known for their substantial selection of Irish and British imported foods, baked goods, candies, gifts, jewelry, music, books, and accessories (sgian dubhs,sporrans, kilt hose,  and more).

In addition to imported goods, they also prepare fresh sausages, black pudding, mealie pudding, and haggis.

They are known for their particularly large selection of candies including Aero Bars to Walnut Whip!

If you don’t see an item you’re interested at their market stand, just ask!

West Park resident Wallace Coleman is a complete entertainer.

He is globally recognized for his vocal and blues harmonica talents. A self taught musician, Wallace played for 10 years with Robert Jr. Lockwood, including the 1999 Grammy-nominated album “I Got To Find Me A Woman.”

Wallace is critically considered one of the premier harmonica players in the world of Blues. He is often sited as a major influence by prominent ‘harp’ players. Mr. Coleman commands that ‘magic tone’ that harp players search for. However it is his over-all delivery, his choice and placement of notes, their embellishment and duration that sets Wallace apart from the pack. He gives his music room to breathe allowing his notes to fully bloom, a lost art practiced by very few players today.

As an accomplished singer, Wallace’s voice is deep, mature, and authoritative. He has the ability to make you believe what he is telling you, be interested in his stories, and laugh at his sly humor. In 2005, Wallace was one of only three Ohio artists to be awarded the prestigious Ohio Heritage Fellowship Award presented by the Ohio Arts Council exclusively for “individuals whose achievements have had a positive impact on the excellence, vitality, and public appreciation of folk and traditional arts in Ohio.”

Wallace and his wife, Jody Getz, an accomplished songwriter in her own right and frequent performer with the band, are long time Kamm's Corners residents. Performing this Sunday with Wallace will be John Lucic on guitar, Paul Lawson on bass, and Rockin’ Robin Montgomery on keyboard.

USS Challenger Food Drive for the Bountiful Basement!

Bring your non-perishable food items to the Federation Station!

The mission of the Bountiful Basement is to feed the hungry. For over 11 years they have served the West Park community as an emergency food pantry located at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, serving many hundreds of needy families each month.

The Crew of the USS Challenger invites you to join our Annual Food Drive for the Bountiful Basement by donating non-perishable food items.

There will be a donation box (see the white arrow in the above photo) at the Federation Station Coffee Booth at each market through the end of September.

Click HERE to download a PDF flyer about the food drive to share with friends!

Click HERE to visit our Vendor Spotlight Page for more info about the USS Challenger and Federation Station!

For much of the 2016 market season, local Girl Scout Holly Tomkalski has been leading a marvelous market table in our Chef Demo Tent.

Holly is part of Westlake Ambassador troop 71047, and has been a Girl Scout since kindergarten. She is working on her Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. The Gold Award has many prerequisites and is a challenge to a girl's leadership, determination, and desire to help her community.

Girl Scout Market Recipes Are Coming Up!

Holly and her fellow troop members have been sampling recipes that feature produce you can find right here at the market! She selects fresh fruits and vegetables in season for our area and creates recipes for people to try without charge. The recipes that she and her friends create have been exceptional!

Have you ever wondered what else you can do with items you grab from the market, besides the obvious? Holly would like to help with your creativity block and nudge you out of your comfort zone. 

Never had rhubarb? Neither had she until I cooked with it and brought it to the market so others could also try something new. Some of her unique creations include strawberry-rhubarb crumble, cucumber soup and popsicles, plus spinach and asparagus quiche. She has also made smoothies with strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries, and made cupcakes with zucchini puree.

Holly encourages everyone to taste everything and tell her what they think. As we approach the end of our market season, Holly’s recipes are going into a cookbook featuring our locally grown produce. She will not be at this Sunday’s market but WILL be with us throughout the remainder of the season. The Gold Award Cookbook will be available at our October 2 farmers market!