Park City Farmer’s Market is cruzin’ thru August!

Hey Park City Farmer’s Market fans!

Did you know that we have 5 Farmer’s Markets in the month of August? Well get ready for the second market of the month -starts today at noon. This week’s update, we have some cool vendors and pics to share:

Meet Julie Malecki, she is at the market on Wednesdays raising awareness to the dangers of drugs and certain vaccines being given to our children. She has a DVD entitled “dead wrong” that she is offering to the local community for anyone that wants to learn more, and you can the movie for free from Julie.

Farm fresh goodies!

New vendors at the market -the Hot Box.

Meet the nice ladies from Cheese Bread Mania -gluten free products. 

Doggies enjoying the market stroll.

Canyons Moose spotted in Park City!

Tibetan Monks spreading awareness on tour.

Volker and NO SPRAY Marvin.  🙂

Flying Penguins and Miners raising money for a good cause!

Hula hoops!

Great prices on fresh local produce.

The Goldens enjoying the market stroll.

Solar Powered address signs and more.

Meet Allison and Andrew from Yee-Haw Pickles.

Meet Patric Bates and his cool art.

Wow, 3 bowls to choose from!  😀

Meet Fred and his cool copper pieces.

Check out the cool pieces from South Pacific Island Art.

Say hello to Jean and her original tile art.

Check out the yummy peanut brittle! 🙂

No antibiotic, no hormones, no animal by-products beef is available at the market.

Also, all natural hormone free lamb is available at the market.

If you spot a cool custom doggie collar with the powder-coated blue rings around town… you know where to get them!  🙂

Thank you Park City! Don’t forget to come out today, and stock up on fresh local goodies!


Tibetan Monks and Fire Dancers at Park City Farmer’s Market!

Excited for another Farmer’s Market tomorrow? We are! This week we have some cool visitors at the market! Six Tibetan monks authorized by the Dalai Lama and sent to do service will conduct healings, dance, musical performances and blessings in Park City, UT the first week of August.  They come to perform selfless service, spread harmony and compassion through cultural exchange, interfaith dialog and Buddhist teachings. They will be at the Park City Farmer’s Market tomorrow from 12:00 – 4:00pm! 😀 The monks are here all week, and there are many cool events you can go to this week, Check out their full schedule on their website link:

In addition to LIVE MUSIC, great local vendors, and the freshest UTAH Farmer’s Produce – this week we will also have performing Hula Hoop girls and Fire Dancers!

Please do not forget about our ICE CANCER WITH HOCKEY Game at the Park City Ice Arena this Saturday! You can let us know that you are coming here!

At tomorrow’s market, you can also purchase a “Together We Ice Cancer” ballcap for $10! One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the Cancer Fundraiser for Dr. Lisa!

Also, the folks from OCTHEORY.ORG will be at the market, they are a 501(C)(3) think-tank organization that help projects for social good get started.

Thanks Park City! Please share this post with your friends and family on Facebook! We hope to see you tomorrow at The Canyons in Park City!  😀

#ParkCity #Utah Farmers Market @TheCanyons 7/20

Hey Park City! Thanks for coming out to the Farmer’s Market last Wednesday. Farmer’s Market is going on again TODAY from 12-6pm at The Canyons Resort. For those of you who missed last week, we’ve got some pics!  😀

Totally Wicked Tie Dye has some killer new t-shirts available!

Market patrons enjoying the Beer Garden and sunny weather.

Looking for a custom dog collar? Second Time Around has a nice assortment.

Park City, meet Merry Lycett Harrrison. She is a trained  clinical herbalist, owner of Millcreek Herbs, LLC, and a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. Her book, “Herbs for All, Herbal Knowledge for Home, Kitchen, Garden and Health Care” is now available in it’s second edition.

Merry’s Thrive Tonic has many benefits, check out her website at You can also find Merry on Facebook.

Check out Merry’s garden on YouTube:

Fun face painting going on at the market!

Weeks Berries of Paradise has delicious Utah Raspberries and Blueberries available.

That’s a big firepit RC!

Market strollers enjoying the blue skies of Park City!

If you missed last week, TODAY is your chance. The market starts at noon, see you there! 😀

Ole’ Dave’s Birdhouses – #ParkCity Farmer’s Market @TheCanyons

Hello Park City! We hope you have had a great week of Summer weather and July fireworks.

This week, we are updating the website with information on one of our new vendors. Park City, please meet Mr. Dave Miller, of Ole’ Dave’s Birdhouses.

Ole’ Dave make incredible birdhouses by hand. I took the liberty to upload the text from his booth flyer -here goes:

Dave Miller, born in Colorad Springs has always been creating and fixing things. During World War II he was fixing our Aircraft on Naval Ships. Shortly after the war he started creating and building homes, offices, schools and hotels. Dave does not believe in wasting any resource. He has always found a use for what was left over and sending it to a land fill was not an option. He may be one of our earlier champions for creating a “green” world.

After spending 40 years as a Superintendent for Culp Construction Company in Salt Lake City Dave retired in 1986. While their health prevailed Dave and his wife Cathryn traveled across the country enjoying the vast natural wonders of our beautiful contintent win their motor home. When Cathryn’s health declined and was eventually homebound Dave took on the role for caregiver.  As caregiver for his wife and sweetheart of 64 years he also spent more time back in his work shop. This shop had been the birth place of one of a kind motorized bikes to parquet doors and paneling and beautiful log cabin birdhouses.

In recent years his eyes became the victim of macular degeneration, a disease that eventually blocks the complete central vision of ones eyesight, leaving only very little peripheral vision. Dave and others with this advance stage of macular degeneration are considered legally blind, unable to drive and read but with good habits and organization can function in their home environment on their own. This past year Dave said a temporary good bye to his wife and after laying her to her rest found he had more time to spend in his workshop. Using materials from his shop he started building bird houses, beautifully constructed log cabin style birdhouses. He used his creations as thank you gifts for those who would drop by with a batch of cookies. His children who recognize the value of his work want to give additional purpose to this labor of love and creative energy and that is the beginning of Ole’ Dave’s Birdhouses.

The housing for Dave’s foul friends should provide upscale living for them and add charm and decor for anyone who is lucky enough to purchase one of Ole’ Dave’s bird houses.

Dave has also created a variety of jewelry boxes that are again one of a kind. He takes special care at honoring the owners of some of these treasures with their name cut out of wood and adorning the front of the chest.

Earlier this year around the first week in February we became convinced that nothing will get this man down. While making a special cut for the roof of yet another unique bird house, Dave just happened to cut off most of his right index finger and into his thumb. A short trip to the ER, a very skilled surgeon, and a minimal time for recovery and Dave is back working in the shop again. His right hand almost looks just like it always had had only with three fingers.

In this time when it could be easy to complain about the economy, how age can sneak up on you and little by little take away some of your very basic faculties, Dave Miller just moves forward and makes the best of what the good Lord has not taken from him yet. He is an inspiration to us and all who know him.

For a special order birdhouse from Ole’ Dave’s Birdhouses call 801-937-4516

Thanks Park City! We hope to see you tomorrow at The Canyons Resort for the last market of July. We’re getting into a good time of the season, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables so come on out!  😀

#ParkCity #Farmers Market July 2011 @TheCanyons Resort #Utah

The Park City Farmer’s Market is held every Wednesday at The Canyons Resort from noon to 6pm (through October). Mark your calendars so you don’t miss a market!  😀

Park City Farmer’s and Doggie Market 7/13/11 #ParkCity #Utah

The sun was shining across beautiful blue skies and big white clouds in Park City today. The Farmer’s Market parking lot at The Canyons Resort filled up quick!  🙂

This week we’re saying hello to some of the furry friends at the Farmer’s Market -starting with this adorable face. Why so serious for the camera today?  😉

Aww, cute pup!

Guarding mommie’s tomatoes! 

Cute girl! 

Nice golden.  🙂

All smiles.  🙂

There’s some serious tongue action going on over hurrr’.   😀

Just a little camera shy. 🙂 

And last doggie pic this week, a cute lab in training. 

Go to for more info. 

Say hi to Park City Day School! Enjoying the sun with some ice cream yum!  😀

Ooh, some fresh garlic is out. 🙂

Volker and good friend Dr. Lisa Ruskin.  🙂

Please support the “Together We Ice Cancer” Fundraiser Hockey Game. Saturday, August 6 at the PC Ice Arena from 8:30 to 10:00 pm. The teams featured in this contest will be The Flying Penguins & The Park City Ice Miners. The price of admission is $10, all of which is being donated to the Be The Match Foundation to grow the marrow registry. Come check out the Flying Penguins that were undefeated this year!  🙂

You also get one of those cool hats that says”Together We Ice Cancer”. If you didn’t get a chance to make it to the market today -we’ll have these hats available next week as well. 

Cherries are here! 

Tagge’s Famous Fruit.

You know you want some! 😀

Say hi to Bob and Heather from Morgan, Utah. They’re up here enjoying the sun and offering farm fresh eggs and lettuce. 

Day Farms cooling off.

Live music in the Beer Garden every Wednesday. 

Bees Knees Ice Cream always puts a smile. 

Smith Orchards is here with delicious cherries.

Peace! 🙂

Day Farms tomatoes took a little longer, but these are delicious outdoors -no greenhouse. 🙂

The only problem with these tomatoes -is you will want to eat them all at once.  😀

Fred Fred jammin’!!

Volker and his good friend Baxter and sons. 

Looking for some Gluten-Free?

Even the bikers couldn’t resist a stroll through the Park City Farmer’s Market this week.

Thanks again for coming out and supporting your local Farmer’s Market -we look forward to having you out again next week. Please make sure to tell your friends and family where all the goodies are at on Wednesdays!

#ParkCity World Cup Dreams Foundation in Park City, Utah

Attention all Park City Farmer’s Market fans. Many of you don’t know me. My name is Carlos Gonzalez, and have been helping Volker with this website and his bakery website for some time now. Last Wednesday at the market while taking photos for this site, I met a young gentleman and athelete by the name of Mathew T. Lints of World Cup Dreams Foundation that we were very impressed with and Volker has sponsored several years. I told Mathew that I would try to help him through the market website.

Please take a look at the following that I received from Mathew:





And any Park City athletes out there, I’m sure you can appreciate the words from the athletes themselves, so I am going to copy and paste Mathew’s email for you to read right here:

July 6, 2011

Dear Carlos,

I hope this letter finds you well and as excited as I am about the coming of Summer. 2011 finds me ever committed to becoming a member of the U.S. Speed Skating Team and competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics.

My goal is to raise $30,000.00 for the 2011 season which starts April 15, 2011 and goes through March 21, 2012 with a three week rest period during March 22 through April 14, each year.

The funds I hope to raise will cover training costs, equipment, coaching and ice time at the Utah Olympic Oval, and other travel costs for the season. With your help, I have the chance to make the U.S. Team and representing our country in the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

I am currently working with a local non-profit, World Cup Dreams Foundation. The Foundation was started by former U.S. Ski Team members Erik Schlopy and Bryon Friedman. Erik and Bryon created the foundation 5 years ago with the goal of raising money to provide financial support and disability insurance to the top alpine skiers in the country. The foundation has provided over $250,000 in athlete grants.  Their foundation has reached out to offer support to me and I am proud to be a part of such an organization. Thanks to WCDF, I too am going to be able to focus on my “World Cup Dreams.”

I understand the magnitude of support and backing required for this undertaking, and I have not entered into this lightly. Recently, I made “B” level ice, which is just a step below World Cup athletes. I am 1.6 seconds away from tying the fastest time in the men’s 100 meter start for the men’s 500 meter all-out sprint race. I have worked hard to shave 10 seconds off of my 400 meter flying-lap time in just one season. I’ve been told this is relatively unheard of so I take that as a positive sign. On March 20-22, 2009, I competed in my first Americas Cup Speed Skating event hosted at the Utah Olympic Oval and shattered four personal records in the men’s 500m, 1,000m, and 1,500m races. I had the fortune of living in North Carolina, from July 22, 2010 until September 15, 2010, training one-on-one with Speed Skater Dan Jansen and USA Bobsled 1 Randy Will. Also, I was fortunate to have a meeting with Dr. Eric Heiden, 5-time speed skating Gold Medalist at the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Games. Dr Heiden is willing to teach me the techniques and dry land methods that made him so successful.

I continue to improve, and I’m eager to raise the funds required to train at this level. That is why I’m asking for your help. Any amount of support to help me reach my goal is greatly appreciated. Please share this information with others you may know that would be able and willing to support my endeavors. If you have any questions or concerns please contact me at any time. I appreciate the time you have taken to read this letter. Thank you for your consideration.


Mathew T. Lints
(435) 640-7120

World Cup Dreams Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax ID# 20-4647706. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Please make checks payable to: World Cup Dreams Foundation and indicate “Athlete: Mathew Lints” in the”Memo” portion of your check. Please send check to: World Cup Dreams Foundation, c/o Megan Kramer Executive Director, P.O. Box 684017, Park City, Utah 84068