Little Dipper Farm

Linsey and Arianna started Little Dipper Farm because we wanted to bring organic & nutrient dense food to our families and our community. Here at Little Dipper Farm we believe in the power of small organic farms to positively impact the environment through minimal till and regenerative practices. We have enjoyed the Saturday Market because we have been able to share and connect with friends through impactful conversations and it has invigorated our passion to continue our farming journey.

Out of the Woodworks

Hello there. 

My name is Carl Mueller of Out of the Woodworks. 

I have been creating functional art for over 30 years. Specializing in Artisan Kitchen Woodwares, I participate in over a 100 event days a year as a Vendor in the Puget Sound, as well as Oregon, California and Nevada.

 I call Saturday Market at the West Central Park my home and look forward to meeting you.

If it’s Charcuterie, Cutting Boards, Serving Boards or Utensils made of Domestic or Exotic hardwoods , we can surely find the perfect piece for you and your family to choose from.  

Thank you for supporting local!! 

Carl 

WeWymz

Hi! I’m Pat Moore of We Wymz (pronounced we-whimsey). I see something that may be discarded and picture a new life for it instantly! I rescue fabric, wood and sometimes metal parts and create indoor, outdoor, and personal accessories! Currently you’ll find patches, eco-friendly dish covers, dishcloths and wooden wind chimes in my booth at the Saturday Market at West Central Park! Come see me this weekend!

Unique Jewelry by Jill

Hi, my name is Jill. I make beaded necklaces  and bracelets and chain anklets and bracelets.  I’m retired and needed something to do with my time so I started making jewelry.  I’ve been doing it for two years and I have so much I didn’t know what to do with it.  I heard about the West Central Park Saturday Market and requested to be a vendor and here I am.  I love the market.  I meet a lot of great people and there are a several vendors selling interesting products. It’s a great little place to visit with the music and food and fun.

Rainbow Garden Botanicals and Farm

Hi my name is Ada, along with my daughter Ashley, we own Rainbow Garden Botanicals and Farm in Olympia, Washington. What do we do? We make luxury soaps and lotion!

How did we get started? My family and myself all suffered with eczema, psoriasis and some with just sensitive skin. We had tried so many products to help with these problems but hadn’t had much luck finding relief, so I got to thinking, I wonder if I could make my own soap or lotion? Something natural that didn’t have a lot of harsh chemicals. So I decided to try it out and with several trial and errors I did it! I was so happy and lots of my friends and family members really liked what I had came up with. Then one day in November of 2021, we got to do our first venue selling these products at the Marie Bed and Breakfast. I remember being extremely nervous, but it turned out to be so great. We really had a great time. Three and a half years later, we make not only soap and lotion, but deodorant, shampoo bars, conditioner bars, dry shampoo, and candles.

All of our products are hand made, there’s no melt and poor here! We also have lots of tapestries, crystals, and jewelry as well. And we have just this year added eggs to our list of products and eventually hope to add produce. We do events most of the year. We frequent the Saturday Market at West Central Park and we do lots of fairs such as Capital Lake Fair, Thurston county Fair, Love Oly Fest, The Olympia Boat Festival, Harbor Days, and more! We would like to thank Alicia Elliott for giving us the chance to do our first event! It’s been quite the ride so far and we love a good adventure!