25th St. Market

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The third season of the 25th Street Market concluded on October 14, 2017. We thank all of our supporters! Have a great winter!


Pumpkin Day—Oct. 14

Our LAST MARKET DAY will be filled with pumpkin activities:

* Pumpkin Ringtoss
* Pumpkin Toss
* Pumpkin Hunt
* Pumpkin Relay
* Angry Bird Pumpkins
* Knock Humpty Pumpky off the Wall

Bring the little ones and enjoy fall with us at the market!


COMMUNITY YARD SALE

Do you have some things you want to get rid of, but you don’t have enough stuff for your own yard sale? Bring it to the COMMUNITY YARD SALE by the Library on SEPTEMBER 9, 2017. Setup starts at 8:00. Be ready to sell at 9:00. This yard sale is going on in conjunction with the 25th Street (Farmers) Market.

Love to shop yard sales? This one will be big! Come and check it out! Save the date!


Classes to Attain Entrepreneurial Know-How

The 25th Street Market is offering its vendors a series of classes geared toward giving them tools to grow their businesses. Market vendors may attend free of charge.

In an effort to bring our community together, everybody is invited to attend these sessions. The cost for individuals who are not vendors at the 25th Street Market is $5/class.

Information on how to sign up will be available soon.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE DAYS:

Wednesday April 26th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Karin Allen on Food Vendors Certifications and Resources
Thursday May 11th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Youth Entrepreneurs: “How to make your ideas into a business”.
Thursday June 15th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Small Business Resources and Essential Starting Information
Thursday June 29th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Social Media as a Marketing Tool
Thursday July 13th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Supply and Demand, learning how to cater your business to the market (not necessarily farmers market, but economic market).
Wednesday July 26th 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Small Business Taxes and Event Taxes

Vendors and Entertainers Sought!

We are so excited, the website is ready to accept applications: northloganmarket.com .

Sign up asap or at least let us know if you are going to sign up after April 3: northloganmarket@gmail.com

Come and be part of the market fun on Saturdays from 9 to 1!


The 25th Street Market will be going into its 3rd year in 2017!

While things are still covered in plenty of snow here in Cache Valley, the market organizers are already working on improving the market for the coming year.

There was some misinformation floating around last year about discontinuing the Saturday market. THIS IS NOT TRUE. We WILL continue to hold the market at the NL Library on Saturdays from 9 to 1.

Exact dates will be announced soon. If you are a vendor or you know a vendor who might be interested in joining this year, please direct them to this page: http://www.northloganmarket.com. The page will be ready to accept applications in February.

Please also follow us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/25thStreetMarket/

If you have any questions regarding the 25th Street Market, please email us at: northloganmarket@gmail.com.


Please be aware that the 25th Street Market at the Library on Saturdays from 9 to 1 will continue through the middle of October. 

There has been some miscommunication with the city, who announced in the city newsletter that the market will be discontinued in favor of a Wednesday evening market at Elk Ridge Park. The market at Elk Ridge Park may still happen, although NOT on August 17. The vendors are hoping to get the OK from the city to start a SECOND market on Wednesday evenings at the park, starting August 24. Please stay tuned for any forthcoming information on that one.

In the meantime, please continue to support our vendors on Saturdays. There is delicious produce available now. And our craft vendors are always coming up with beautiful things as well. 



August 6 — Get Movin’

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If you’ve been waiting to learn some new moves, come on down to the NL Library and experience some sports you may not normally be exposed to. From 9:00 to 1:00 during market hours. (Schedule to come.)


July 30 — Best of Cache Valley AND Summer Reading Closing Social AND A Fun Run

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All of this is going on in front of the North Logan Library on July 30 during market hours, from 9:00 to 1:00. Don’t miss this!

A LOT more info on the BEST OF CACHE VALLEY FESTIVAL can be found here.


July 9 — Up in the Air

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Let your imagination soar! Remote-controlled airplanes, rockets, drones, and more. Activities for interested scientists of all ages! Come and join us during Market hours on Saturday @the Library.


June 4—Bikes ‘n’ Boards

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This will be the first of several exciting summer events going on at the Market in front of the Library.

FREE Bike Registration for North Logan, Hyde Park, Smithfield, and Logan.

GAMES, CHALLENGES, ACTIVITIES for bikes and boards:

9:45—Parade on Wheels (bikes, boards, blades) from Elk Ridge Park to the Library.

10:00—Bike Rodeo: skills, safety check, repair

11:00—Skate Boarding Demos and more!!!

If you or your kids have wheels, come on down to the library during market hours (9 to 1). We’re expecting a big crowd for this one! Should be fun! Parents can do their market shopping while the kids play games. Very affordable helmets will also be available!


And EVERY WEEK in THE KID ZONE:

  • Maker Activities and Projects (by the Library Staff)
  • Fun with Food & Family! (by USU Dietetics & USU Extension)

The new market season has started!

Although day 1 of the 2016 season was a bit cold and brought us some rain, we had a great time and a pretty good turnout.

In preparation for the rain that we anticipated, we set up a large tent, so customers could get out of the rain and everybody stayed dry!

We don’t blame anybody who didn’t want to go out that day, but we do hope that this coming Saturday is going to be sunny and warmer and that we will see even more people at the market. Stay tuned over the summer … we have some great things in store for you!

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Setting up the canopy.

Handmade gifts

Handmade gifts

Mother's Day Flower Sale by the Friends of the NLL

Mother’s Day Flower Sale by the Friends of the NLL


While preparations for the 25th Street Market’s second season are in high gear, we still need some vendors to make it even bigger and better than last year.

If you have thought about becoming a vendor at the 25th Street Market in North Logan, apply now: northloganmarket.com. Click on Participate and click on the vendor type that fits your business. Submit your application and you’ll hear from us quickly. (Or go here to sign up: http://northloganmarket.com/marketvendor)

Vendors committing for the full season only pay $100. That’s $4.16 a day! Try to find that deal anywhere else.

Plus The Friends of the North Logan Library are putting on events each month to help draw the public. All you have to do is show up and sell your goods!

We know that there are lots of hobby gardeners out there who grow too much stuff. And there are so many talented crafters who don’t know what to do with all the items they make. This is your chance to sell some of these things. You do not have to commit to every Saturday all summer long. There are intermittent spots available for you!

And we’d love to have all those talented folks around the valley who can entertain a crowd to get in touch with us as well: northloganmarket@gmail.com.

Help us make this year’s Market on 25th Street fun for everybody!


 

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The 25th Street Market, in connection with the Friends of the North Logan Library, are presenting the WINTER BOOKMARK! Mark your calendars for December 5 for an entire day of events and shopping.

The library’s conference room will be filled with local vendors, who are busily creating beautiful handcrafted items that make wonderful gifts. Of course, we won’t mind if you just want to pamper yourself or buy decorations for your home.

A large variety of goods will be available for purchase, including the following:
honey – clothes for 18″ dolls – wooden bowls – unique knitted and crocheted items – bath and kitchen products – soaps – aprons – beaded jewelry – hand-drawn items – embroidery – quilted items – hooded bath towels – chain maille jewelry – wool textiles – Christmas ornaments – and, of course, bookmarks!

Please bring your checkbooks as not all vendors will be able to accept credit cards.


 

– LizzyLou’s Lambs –
Will be selling handmade textile goods. Mostly wool and knitted items, some crochet, and some
sewn items also.

I like to work with all textiles. My favorites are wool and wool yarn. I knit, crochet, and sew. I also enjoy dying fabrics and trying out new tie dye techniques. Usually, I make items that I would want to gift to my kids or my other family members. I also enjoy sewing and quilting quite a bit a try to do it on my spare time (which is rare with a special needs child and a full time job). My most popular item over the last 7 years have been needle felted lambs that I manufacture using wool from lambs and goats. I have just branched out and started trying new animals with needle felting and I have loved the techniques. I would love to start making needle felted art and sculpture part of my regular product.

– The Handmade Heritage –
Everyone with The Handmade Heritage is excited to join the fun at the Winter Bookmark at the N. Logan Library this year! Bringing a wide range of original crochet designs (such as animal and character hats, stuffed animals large and small, blankets, fashion accessories, and practical household helps), unique chainmaille jewelry all woven by hand, and luxuriously practical bath and kitchen products (such as natural oil soaps, fizzy and soothing milk bath bombs, and relaxing shower melts) in partnership with Danielle Pace of Dani’s Knit and Crochet. These are all Utah products created and handcrafted by Shannon Babb (of Salt Lake City) and Rachel and John Martin (of Logan).

 – Dani’s Knitting and Crochet –
All things fiber arts. Hats, toys, scarves, shawls, yarn, kitchen items

I have been knitting for since 1998, crocheting since 1988, spinning since 2006, designing patterns since 2007, weaving since 2008 and dying yarn and roving since 2009.

 I live in Logan, Utah. My primary job is being a mom to my 4 daughters. My other job is running my fiber arts business.
 I love anything fiber arts related. My most popular items are my itty bitty toys. My booth is filled with toys, hats, hand spun hand dyed yarn, shawls, baby items, kitchen items etc. I partner with Rachel Martin of the Handmade Heritage. We often co design and have found it helpful and fun to do so.

 

– A Skin Affair –

At the A Skin Affair Booth we are offering packages of A Skin Affair Salt Scrubs & Goat’s Milk Soap combinations wrapped in ribbons w/Gift Tags attached.  Each package contains a salt scrub & soap of the same scent: Gardenia or Lavender.
Friends of the North Logan Library will be offering our Frankincense & Myrrh Gift combination, as well as individual soaps of the same scent for donations to The Friends of the North Logan Library.  Visit them in the library to experience this wonderful fragrance of Christmas.
We are also offering individual soaps: Grandma’s Body Bar, Grandma’s Body Bar w/Coffee Grounds, Gardenia, & Lavender for the Christmas Season.  We are also adding to our products: lip balm, bath salts, and such.  We will have gift baskets available.  The baskets are adorned with ribbons and gift tags for gift giving.
We also have an abundance of cedar around us that have been made into unique bar stools. Perfect for that natural look in any room of your home.

– Sketch-n-Doodle –

Watercolor Artwork, Ornaments, Rustic Decor, Handmade Artwork Jewelry


I grew up along the Salmon river in the Sawtooth mountains. I love everything about nature and it’s surroundings. There is something about feeling at peace while enjoying the beauty of the outdoors.

I found a passion for art and design and a love for watercolor, so naturally, I decided to combine my love of art and the outdoors. My artwork is usually inspired by the places I’ve been or places I would like to go. Every idea starts with a sketch and doodle.


– Rhonda’s Crafts –
I will be selling machine quilted wallets, cellphone purses, key chains, baby bibs/burp cloths and other accessories. Items for kids include character hooded bath towels, play masks and crayon rolls.


I will take orders for custom items as well. You dream it, I’ll make it. I will also be selling wood wall hangings made by my father, Dean Petersen and crocheted hot pads and wash clothes made by my mother, Dolores Petersen.

About me: I am originally from the Salt Lake Valley but for the last 15 years have lived in Alabama and Cincinnati. Now, I’m back home and glad to be here! I have always enjoyed all types of crafting; needle point, crocheting and sewing. Both my Mom and Dad are very talented and I learned a lot from them. I enjoy machine embroidery, sewing, and making baby items. I love making new (first time) items and trying new things.

– Christys Crafts –
Refurbished school desks

– Art Brimhall – 
Hand turned, artistically designed, Wooden Bowls

My booth will display bowls turned from Apple, Black Walnut, China Berry, Desert Ironwood, Green Ash, Lemon, Palo Verde, Mesquite, and Eucalyptus wood. I began turning wood about 1972 when I lived in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, mainly with wood from trees collected in Yuma County, Arizona by my father before he passed away. Uncovering interesting designs in a wood blank tends to become an additive hobby. Now that I live in Cache County I include many species of wood in this area.


– Faveties Fashions for Dolls –
Doll clothes and accessories for 18 inch dolls (American Girl, Madame Alexander, etc.)

I began sewing American Girl doll clothes for my granddaughters several years ago, they have since grown older, but I had so much fun creating and sewing the clothes that I have continued making little outfits for the 18 inch dolls. I make casual play outfits, leotards, swim suits, pajamas, dresses, and party dresses.  I also have shoes and underwear that are darling. I try to keep my prices affordable.


– Handweaving by Alice –
I will be selling handwoven rag rugs, handwoven rag placemats and runners, cotton and linen towels or toppers and scarves.


I enjoy having my hands busy. I like being creative. I have a 6 shaft loom and a 4 shaft rug loom. I enjoy designing my own patterns as well as following a pattern in a book or magazine. There is always something that I haven’t tried that I want to try. My cotton Danish medalion and leno weave scarves is my own creation.


– Tumbleweed Productions (Sabine Barcatta) –
Christmas ornaments, bookmarks, beaded jewelry as well as paracord bracelets and key rings


I am a native of Austria, where I was taught crafts early on in school. Beading provides me with a chance of playing with colors and combining different sizes and textures of beads. Recently, I’ve discovered paracord, which took me back to my youth, when I was making macramé wall hangings. I am enjoying relearning the knots and new techniques in shaping bracelets, key rings, dog leashes, and bookmarks. As an avid reader, those are my new favorites!


– Ashcroft Bee Company –
Honey – We will have our usual quart and pint size honey jars. We will also have half pint jars with dabbers which would make perfect gifts for the holidays.


About: Ashcroft Bee Company was established in 2014. It began with two brothers who had an itching to learn and know more about the workings of bees. They started out with six hives and quickly quadrupled their numbers and it has grown from there! It has been a process of hard work, lots of learning and enjoyment as their knowledge of bee keeping has increased. The brothers have found great satisfaction in their work; much of that satisfaction has come from the delicious and healthy honey our bees have produced. We take great pride in the flavor and quality of our honey!

– Created By Caela –
Yarn Art/Crochet Items – Santa Hat, Dish Scrubbies, Wash Cloths, Water Bottle Cozies, Market Bags, Candy Cane Covers, Ornaments, and a variety of other crochet items

In my journey, I have had some bumps and challenges that have made “gainful employment” nearly impossible. In an effort to do something productive and save money, I began knitting & crocheting to make presents for family and friends. I got to the point that I was making more than I could give away and was encouraged by many folks to start selling my creations. Crochet has been therapeutic as well in many ways, so you will see me with yarn and hook in hand when in public. Created By Caela will be donating 10% of sales to the Friends of the North Logan Library to help them obtain their goal of a 3-D printer for the Maker Corp program.


Find more information on the day-long event here: http://www.friendsnll.org/events/




 


2015 was the inaugural year for the 25th Street Market, organized by the Friends of the North Logan Library.

Food vendors (fruits, vegetables, honey, cinnamon buns, Swedish pastries, tacos, and more) and artisans (soap, crochet, jewelry, aprons, bags, and much, much more) as well as child entrepreneurs and many talented entertainers made the first annual market a huge success.

We look forward to 2016!

 

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