Arts, Crafts, Pottery, Spirits and Massage

Take home a piece of Downeast Maine. Check out the locally made yarn, jewelry, tote bags, accessories, hand carved wooden spoons, wares, soy candles, lotions, cards and photography at the Ellsworth Farmers Market.
Bog Moth Family- Family crafted wildcrafted teas, herbal sachets, wood, stone and metal jewelry, prints. Zeuk Brown. Ph 518-8836. Email: zeuk@protonmail.com

Homespun and Lace - Handwovens mittens, sweaters, hats, gloves. Yarn, bracelets and jewelry. Doris Walsh. Ph 460-4889. Email: homespun@gmail.com. 

Home IncorporatedGuatamalan arts and crafts. Millie Grimes. 

Ph 469-7961. Email: home@homecoop.net. 

Handprints Reflexology- Relax while shopping. Get a great foot massage from our very own licensed Mack MacDonald. You can choose the number of minutes for your session in 10 min increments every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.
Mack also provides sessions at home, locally in Hancock and Washington counties.
Ph 664-4294, Email: reflexmemac57@gmail.com

Mossy Ledge Spirits- Maple Whiskety, cordial flavors of vodka from small craft distillery. Jesse and Kasey Lupo. Ph 269-2244. Email: mossyledgespirits@gmail.com. They will be attending the market on following days in the season.
May 11
June 8
July 6 
Aug 17
Sept 21

Oct 12

Rock and Pebble Farm- Alpaca fiber and products. Also homemade childrens' clothes.
Jacob and Marily Plowman. Ph 326-9748 Email: mcaplowman@gmail.com

Trade Lake Co-Nicole Gabriel. Hand made soy candles and soaps. 630-292-5307
Email: tradelakeco@gmail.com


Tom Clark- Tom and Valerie Clark. They make utilitarian pottery intended to be used every day. We make a large selection including coffee mugs, bowls of all sizes, casserole dishes, ring holders, pitchers, jugs and planters.  All priced reasonably for the average consumer to be able to afford. People are encouraged to visit the pottery to see a demonstration of how the pots are made, glazed and fired.  Ph 812-5152. Email: mainepenman@gmail.com