Come visit your favorite Stonington Farmers Market farmers and vendors today at the Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor.
Missy from Yellow Birch Farm and Matthew and Bob from Blue Hill Spoonworks.
Avalon Kitchens is there, hawking their yummy clam chowder pies. The 44 North Coffee people are selling — what else? — coffee, and Bob Gillmor from Blue Hill Spoonworks is selling spoons.
Megan and Melissa from 44 North
Yellow Birch Farm, Lucy’s Granola, JC Turnings and Daily Bread are also be in Bangor (hope we’re not forgetting anyone).
Donna from Daily Bread.
Saturday’s event was a rousing success and today’s promises to be even better. So support Maine’s small businesses and farms by starting your holiday shopping at the Maine Harvest Festival.
Jorge from JC Turnings
It goes from 10 am to 4 pm at the Cross Insurance Center at 515 Maine Street in Bangor. There are 150 vendors — you can’t help but find that perfect holiday gift.
JC Turnings has been busy this winter preparing hand turned wooden bowls from local tree lumber. These one-of-a-kind bowls are great on any table or shelf and make great salad servers, too. Every Friday in season at the Stonington Farmers Market 10AM to Noon.
We thought you might like a glimpse of Stonington Farmers Market‘s longtime vendor Jorge Castaneda’s shaving studio. JC Turnings is the brand. Jorge’s making these bowls for the 2016 season. Only 3 months away!
Jorge of JC Turnings bowled us over with this gorgeous salad bowl he was offering at the Stonington Farmers Market this past Friday from 10AM to Noon. Aren’t your organic greens and veggies worthy of this beautiful hand-turned wooden bowl? We say yes!
If you’ve been attending the Stonington Farmers Market this season on Friday mornings from 10AM to Noon you might be wondering where some of your favorite vendors are. Jorge Castaneda of JC Turnings has been busily rebuilding his studio and turning out new bowls. He will be showing again at our market starting June 12th. Jorge’s campaign to fund his new studio was a success. Now the 81 year old artisan is catching up to fill the orders generated by donation perks!
Frendor to the Stonington Farmers Market Jorge Castaneda of JC Turnings is trying to raise $10,000 via Indiegogo crowdsourcing to replace his wood turning studio. The winter has been very harsh this year and the studio roof was overburdened with snow. Luckily, the 81 year old master wood craftsman was not injured in the collapse. Please click this link if you can make a donation in any amount to help him out. Thank you!
Stonington Farmers Market frendor Jorge Casteneda of JC Turnings will be at the Winter Faire at The Bay School in Blue Hill, tomorrow night 6 to 9, by invitation only and Sat 10:00 am to 4:00 pm open to the public by donation.
JC Turnings is bringing a mess of new bowls. Lots of gifted artists and their works make this Winter Faire a great place to do your Christmas shopping, see you there!
Our Stonington Farmers Market vendor Jorge Castaneda of JC Turnings is taking it on the road—this just in from his facebook page!
Jorge (of JC Turnings on the central aisle) harvested the garlic over 2 weeks ago and it has been drying and curing on the shed.
Now it is ready for your kitchen and is shown here in its familiar bouquet offering. Come get it this Friday at the Stonington Farmers Market from 10AM to Noon. There is a limited amount.
Would you believe artisan Jorge Castaneda turned 80 this past winter? He continues to invent new wood turned creations for the Stonington Farmers Market. Case in point: these beautiful hand held mirrors. Come to meet the artist behind JC Turnings every Friday (with the exception of July 4th) from 10AM to Noon this summer.