Clay Artist Guild
The Clay Artist Guild started in the late 90's and has grown over the years since. In 2004 they constructed a building behind the Farmers Market. Currently, the guild has 25-30 member. Their booth at the farmers market is a way for the artists to share/sell their art with the community. Come see their booth on Tuesdays (May through October) and year-round on Saturdays.
Hoosier Mitten Co.
Hoosier Mitten Co. is a mother and daughter handmade crafted business which started in 2013. They offer a line of sweater mittens, a line of baby items including bibs, receiving blankets, burb clothes, and toddler dresses. They also offer a variety of home items including microwave potato bags, kitchen hand towels, youth/adult bibs, purses, laundry powder, and homemade dip mixes. You may often find some fresh produce from their garden or fresh baked goods. For children they offer $1-3 kids craft kits. Hoosier Mitten Co. works to be zero waste and they use their fabric scraps to make dog beds available in a variety of sizes. Come see their booth on Tuesdays (May through October) and year-round on Saturdays.
Poste Waste Worm Farm, AJ
Post Waste Worm Farm is a local worm farm which focuses on offering community compost services. They also offer for sale worms, worm bins, and worm castings. During the summer months, Post Waste Worm Farm offers a succulent plant swap on the 2nd Saturdays of the month and they also have plants available for sale.
SO Photographic, Steve Oyer
Steve started doing photography many years ago shooting black and white film and Kodachrome slides. Steve's interest are in landscape and architectural photography. Steve loves to photograph his hometown of Goshen, In because the city of Goshen has such a beautiful downtown, rich in a variety of architecture and numerous parks with unique and beautiful settings. Steve offers his photography in framed fine art prints, calendars, postcards, and notecards. Follow SO Photography on Facebook here or visit his website. Come see his booth on Tuesdays (May through October) and year-round on Saturdays.
Cozy buttermilk soaps and body care products are produced in their Goshen Workshop. Soapy Gnome soaps are palm-free, GMO free, and scented with essential oils. Some of their unique offerings include shampoo, shaving, facial, and body soaps, as well as foaming soap, sugar scrub, body butter, and lip balms. Soapy Gnome has had a presence at the farmers market since 2013 and has a gift shop on Washington St. Find her products at the booth of Hoosier Mitten Co. which are available to shop on Tuesdays (May through October) and year-round on Saturdays. Visit her website here.