From Soap to Sausages

Nov 16, 2013 in Updates

Head out to the market for spectacular fall produce, flowers, fruit. Have a great cup of coffee, a fresh baked treat or delicious meal. We also have specialty vendors that will delight you such as:

Soap Cauldron– Thinking of that special local gift or treat for someone (perhaps yourself?) Soap Cauldron has natural herbal bar soaps, lip balm, body butter and bath salt soak in amazing scents such as Gravenstein Apple Clove, Sweet Orange Coconut, Black Licorice Vanilla, Rosemary Mint and more. No need to overlook your best friend- Soap Cauldron also has local, herbal soaps for dogs too! There is a soap for every different type of coat and there’s pad balm too!

Soapy Tails

Gypsy Girl Sausage Company– Is an artisan sausage company based in Santa Rosa founded and created by Tara Ross. Gypsy Girl Sausage recipes are thoughtfully designed to offer a variety of intriguing flavors to choose from- the Gypsy Brat, Harissa Hottie, Lamb Merguez -ranging from traditional to unique. The spices and herbs are fresh and sourced locally from within Sonoma County.

gypsy girl

December 8th-  West End Farmers Market will team up with Shop Party and ArtStart for a special holiday event. Get the best selection of handmade goods, gifts, foods and fresh produce all in the same place. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Shop Party

Check us out on YouTube! West End Farmers Market

Sign up to win: It pays to subscribe to the WEFM website updates. Each week, you will have a chance to win a $5 WEFM gift certificate. Winners will be drawn from our subscribers list.

Stretch your EBT dollar:  We are happy to announce that Kaiser Permanente has made a donation of $500 to our EBT market goers. So for every $10.00 of EBT that you purchase you receive $5.00 of extra EBT to use at the market. One match per market limit of $20.00. So if you purchase $40.00 in EBT you get $60.00 worth of tokens.


See you this Sunday at the West End Farmers Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., located on Donahue Street between Boyce and Decker Streets.