Meet The Local's 2018 Vendors

Want to know more about what is offered at our weekly artisan market? Read all about our Spring 2018 Local vendors below and don't forget to come out to Lake Walk on February 20th for the first Local of the season!

Anna-Wise/Wixon Valley Goods

A little about the business: Anna-Wise/Wixon Valley Goods Began in 2015 selling ceramics and soaps at local farmers market and now also sells fresh herbs, botanical soaps, and cut flowers. Her succulents have been a big hit at our prior markets!

BCS Chicken

A little about the Business: Locally farmed and humanely harvested, non-soy and non-GMO poultry. As the owner of BCS chicken says, “This is the chicken I want to feed my family, and the only kind I would sell to yours.”

Website: BCS Chicken

Social Media: Facebook

Beads By Design

A little about the business: Offering Handmade jewelry including earrings, necklaces, and rosaries. Made from glass, Swarvoski beads, and semi-precious stones. Also selling a selection of handmade glazed pottery.

Website: Beads by Design

Bolton Works

A little about the business: Run by a now retired owner of a nursery and landscape business, Bolton works sells mainly bedding plants and hanging baskets. The owner moved to College Station in 2015 from Austin to be close to family, and now keeps his passion alive through this small business.

Social Media: Facebook

Brenham Kitchens

A little about the business: Located in Brenham, Texas, Brenham Kitchens makes all of their products. Their offerings include, nuts, nuts & fruit blends, dried fruit, salsa, gourmet sauces, jams, and preserves. All products are made with no added salt or oil. They even let you try them before you buy!

Website: Brenham kitchens

Social Media: Facebook

Busha's Custom Cookies

A little about the business: Busha, Polish for grandma, named after the women who inspired the owner's passion for baking. the owner has worked in bakeries for over 10 years and is excited to be starting her owne company creating custom cookies to match any event. These cookies are baked and decorated with care right here in Bryan, Texas.

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Chilesquiles Foods LLC

A little about the business: Chilesquiles Foods "is the essential Chilaquiles Sauce, Texas-made and handcrafted in small batches with fresh, natural and sustainable ingredients." It is an artisanal fresh-crafted sauce that is always made with care. This new vendor of the Local is coming to us from Spring, Texas.

Website: Chilesquiles

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Curious Collections Vinyl Records

A little about the business: The owner of Curious Collections started the business with her father’s small collection of vinyl records, and has turned it into a successful business with over 7,000 albums in inventory. The storefront in Bryan, Texas also sells turntables, music accessories, and fun apparel.

Website: Curious Collections

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Gold Clover Company

A little about the Business: Gold Clover Company is owned by a Texas A&M student who turned her hobby of making necklaces, into a business. She offers all handmade jewelry, incorporating different types of gemstones. She is excited to be able to share her business with the community of Bryan/College Station.

Website: Gold Clover Company

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Great Harvest Bread Co.

A little about the business: A family business started in 2013, Great Harvest Bread Co. sells a variety of fresh, daily baked breads and sweets. Their products contain no preservatives, and are made from wheat milled in their very own bakery.

Website: Great Harvest Bread Co.

Social media: Facebook

Jimmy Bobby's Sausage Co.

A little about the business: Fresh Breakfast, Italian, and Bratwurst sausge handmade weekly in Downtown Bryan, Texas. Made with no preservatives, no chemicals, no fillers, and no bull!

Website: Jimmy Bobby's Sausage Co.

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Native Daughters Jewelry

A little about the business: Offering handcrafted jewelry pieces, this vendors mission is to "share the beautiful heritage of their people" with the Bryan/College Station area.

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Nothing Bundt Cakes

A little about the business: We are so excited to have added Nothing Bundt Cakes to our vendor lineup this year! The company began in Las Vegas in 1997 and has now grown to over 250 locations. Satisfy your sweet tooth with one of their delicious mini bundt cakes.

Website: Bundt Cakes

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Nyokas Naturals

A little about the business: Nyokas Naturals offers a unique collection of balsamic vinegars and infused oils such as coconut white balsamic and roasted garlic oil. These oils are produced from the owners own olive grove located in Montgomery, Texas.

Website: Nyokas Naturals

Social Media: Facebook

Onata Fragrances

A little about the business: Onata frangrances has customer designed fragrances used to make soy candle diffusers, perfumes, and organic soaps. The owner of Onata Fragrances says her family values played a large role in shaping her business, she wanted to be able to give back to the people who had sacrificed so much for her success.

Website: Onata Fragrances

Social Media:Facebook | Instagram

Pain Train Salsa

A little about the business: Back by popular demand, serving freshly made creamy avocado and roasted red salsas, this company has developed quite the customer base throughout the surrounding areas. Pain Train Salsa strives to "save the world one fresh jar of salsa at a time.”

Website: Pain Train Salsa

Social media: Facebook | Instagram

Prime Bees

A little about the business: The owners of Prime Bees started off with one package of bees, and quickly grew to have over 300 hives. They enjoy educating people about bees and their business, while also offering them a wide range of raw honey, flavored honey, and pure beeswax products.

Website: Prime Bees

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Ranch House Rubs

A little about the business: Ranch House Rubs is a family business that has been in the making for 15 years. They offer a selection of meat seasonings to spice up your meal, but most importantly, they hope their spices bring you joy, memories, and fellowship.

Website: Ranch House Rubs

Social Media: Facebook

Sit on That! Benches by Reagan

A little about the business: Handmade here in College Station, Sit on That! offers a unique collection of handmade benches and yarn wall hangings. The owner puts her heart into each piece that she makes and is excited to share that with the community.

Website: Sit on That!

Steel City Pops

A little about the business: started in may of 2012, steel city pops now has over 20 locations serving their uniquely flavored popsicles. We are so excited for them to be a part of our farmers market, and bring Steel City Pops to the BCS community!

Website: Steel City Pops

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Sweetin Baked LLC

A little about the business: Sweetin Baked LLC is located here, in College Station, Texas, and specializes in intricately and custom decorated sugar cookies. Perfect little conversation pieces for any gathering!

Social media: Facebook | Instagram

Thomas Brothers Candle Co.

A little about the business: Started in 2016 with the goal of creating a small business that could also give back to the community, Thomas Brothers Candle Co. has done just that. Each candle is hand poured, 100% natural soy wax, and scented with custom essential oils and fragrances. They hope to “shine a light” on small businesses in the Bryan/College Station Community.

Website: Thomas Brother Candle

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Tomato King Produce

A little about the business: Tomato King sells locally grown tomatoes, cantaloupe, watermelon, strawberries, blackberries, and any other fruits or vegetables that are in season.

Website: Tomato King

Triple L Glamour Goat Company

A little about the business: The owner of Triple L Glamour Goat Company actually raises nigerian Dwarf goats herself, and uses their milk in her small-batch soap and lotion products. Goat milk is vitamin packed, and with a natural balance of oils and butters, is a great product for sensitive skin.

Social Media: Facebook

Wild House

A little about the business: Wild House offers handmade body care products, and utilizes sustainable business practices to reduce the waste that is so common in the beauty industry. Every product is made from natural and organic ingredients and they include cleansing oils, body scrubs, face masks, and hair masks.

Website: Wild House

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

Wulf Vintage