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Meet the Vendors

Looking for local? Look no further! Our vendors offer everything from produce to jewelry.
New vendors may contact Kathy Bennett for set up information: 309-368-4030 or email at kathjobennett@gmail.com.

Grover and MaryJo

Good Hope Gardens

Growing since 1986, The DeCounter family in Good Hope, Illinois raises around 20 acres of local veggies and fruits. Additionally, you can find pasture-raised lamb cuts and eggs all right from their farm. Check out Good Hope Gardens for delicious summertime sweet corn and a wide variety of pumpkins and gourds in the fall.

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M&M&m Farms

Mary Lou, along with her husband, Mark, and son Mitchell, operate a 20 acre vegetable, fruit, and Christmas tree farm in La Harpe, Illinois. Locally grown super sweet strawberries and blueberries are some of their hottest items that go fast in the spring and summer! In addition to produce, Mary Lou also offers cut flowers and flower baskets.

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Spurgeon Gardens

Eloise Spurgeon has been gardening in East Galesburg since 2007 and is the owner and operator of Spurgeon Gardens.  She raises a large variety of vegetables, herbs and plants that she brings to the Galesburg Farmer’s Market.  All produce is locally grown using organic practices. 

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Huizenga Family Farms

Right out of Henderson, Illinois, the Huizenga family has been farming here since 1974, and have been selling at the Galesburg market since 1975. Huizenga Farms offers a huge selection of both their own homegrown produce and some from neighboring areas. Visit their booth for sweet cantaloupes, peaches, asparagus, and a lot more.

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Kraynak Honey Farm

Peggy and Michael Kraynak operate a small apiary in Foxtown, Illinois. They maintain 18 beehives on their 2o acres of land, producing gallons of deliciously sweet local honey. In additon to honey, the Kraynaks offer several other homemade foods and crafts (many bee-themed, of course!)

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Walker Family Farms of Gilson

Gary Walker, 3rd Generation Farmer,  raises Black Angus Cattle in Gilson with his sons Lukas and Brett. Together they farm around 40o acres of crops. Gary enjoys Saturday mornings at the market visiting with folks and grilling out hamburgers and ribeye sandwiches with his wife, Kathy. She helps on the farm and together they raise Cornish Rock Boiler Chickens and have a produce garden. Occasionally you can find some baked goods at the stand as well!

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Pop of the Morning

If you're looking for popcorn, look no further -- Pop of the Morning can't be beat! You can find Mitch Bowman at the market every week with the most delicious caramel, cheese, white cheddar, toffee or lemon drizzle, or seasonal popcorn, along with several other flavors. Mitch makes his popcorn fresh every week, right here in Galesburg!

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Flour & Fibers LLC

After years of food service, Jaimie has created a cottage bakery of her own in Abingdon, Illinois.  Flour & Fibers LLC offers exclusively sourdough baked goods using quality ingredients including Illinois grown and milled organic flours.  Her original sourdough starter is used to bake a variety of different artisan loaves, dairy free scones, and many other baked goods.  Using sourdough exclusively means all her baked goods are free of preservatives and almost everything is vegan, making it higher quality and naturally healthier for you and your loved ones.

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Mr. E.'s is a family owned business located in Galesburg, IL.

R.L. McDorman (Mr. E.) and his Mother, Ileen McDorman have both been involved with the food service industry in Knox County for well over 50 years.

The last business either of them where involved in was Simply Done Bakery that was once in the old Abingdon Middle School where R.L. was the bakery manager.

Now, Mr. E's bring baked goods from that time as well as some great new things, teas, spice blends, and loose herbs and spices also are on the table.

Come and see what goodness Mr. E.'s offers and meet these two characters every Saturday in Galesburg and Wednesdays in Knoxville.

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Memphis Creations

John and Ashley run Memphis Creations, a thriving t-shirt business named after our daughter. Together they bring creativity and style to custom apparel designs. 


Their love for designing and personalizing apparel extends beyond t-shirts, as they also enjoy crafting many items such as cups, koozies, car coasters and more!  With a keen eye for detail and a love for all things creative, they are dedicated to bringing joy and uniqueness to every piece they create! 

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Kathy LeHew from north of Monmouth, IL has been baking since she joined 4-H at 9 years old. As a teenager she won countless blue ribbons at the Knox and Warren County Fairs. She has always baked for family, but after settling in to retirement a few years ago, she had more time to bake more frequently, especially during Covid. But with just her and her husband Jon at home, she needed people to share her baked goods with. In 2023 she obtained the Food Protection Manager Certificate and Cottage Food Permit and established Mineral Springs Country LLC in order to sell her baked goods to the general public. The Galesburg Farmers Market with its wonderful customers proved to be the perfect venue for Kathy to market her cinnamon rolls, donuts, cookies, mini cakes, quick breads and pastries. You can find Kathy and Jon under the purple tent most Saturdays.

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Diane Cox

Diane Cox quilter specializing in table runners and

 dog bandanas.

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