Triple S Farms
Here at Triple S Farms we pride ourselves on our humanely raised, antibiotic free animals fed on our certified organic pastures. Our goal is to build a diverse ecosystem on our small farm, all while raising an amazing product for our wonderful customers. It truly is a cycle dependent on four factors; our customers, the animals, mother nature and the farms’ custodian, if we remove one of these then the cycle is broken.
Ordering Deadline: Friday at noon before the Saturday market.
Six Red Chairs Bakery
Six Red Chairs is a home-based cottage food bakery, making delicious croissants, macarons, scones, cookies & more.
Pre-sale orders must be placed by 9 am on Friday mornings for Saturday Market pick-up.
You can follow along on social media or keep up with what’s new:
Online store: www.sixredchairs.com
Tiger Gardens is our home garden from which we make 37+ different canned goods. Each jar has the date it was canned, which means it is good for 18 months at least unopened. Opened, it’s good as long as any other jarred product from the store would be. Except … ours has no chemicals, no preservatives, and is made with lots of love! Our recipes are family-tested recipes. And we love to get recipes from our customers! We use only natural ingredients, mostly vegetables from our garden and a few spices. The shelf life comes from pressure canning, not from preservatives. Our food is much better for you than store-bought, and much tastier! Our blog has many how-to videos of how we garden and can our recipes! More added weekly!
You can pre-order online at www.tigergardens.biz by 5pm Friday for Saturday Market pick-up! Please note some items may be out of stock.
Central Illinois Bakehouse
We are a local team of artisan bakers dedicated to making CU’s favorite breads, croissants and more!
You can order online at www.cibakehouse.com by Wednesday 8pm for pick up Saturday at the market.
Check out what’s baking on Facebook at Instagram! @cibakehouse
Wine and Wicks
Wine & Wicks is a small candle company that repurposes old wine and beer bottles, and transforms them into beautiful all-natural soy candles
If you would like to order for pick up at the Market, please place your order by 5pm on Thursday.
You can order online at: wineandwickscandles.com
Or check out their Facebook page!
Three Angels Family Farm
Three Angels Family Farm is excited to offer locally grown lavender and handmade products.
Our family farm was started in 2019 with the purchase of our farm. We had lived in Champaign for 12 years when we decided in order to make this dream a reality we needed more land. We found a perfect piece of property that had plenty of space to begin our new journey!
During 2019 we planted our first crop of 300 lavender, plants, alfalfa and continued with our children’s products. In 2020 we planted 300 more lavender plants. We removed buds and pruned our hearts out in 2020 to make sure we allowed our plants to develop the best root systems possible! In 2021 we have an additional 300 more lavender plants that are joining the farm. It takes 3 years for lavender plants to be fully grown so 2021 will be the first year we can cut flowering lavender. We have 4 different lavender varieties growing on the farm. We are super excited to share all the amazing lavender and lavender products with you!
Live in moments that matter!
Ordering Deadline: Orders must be placed by 5pm on Wednesday for Saturday pick up.
Salt Prairie Photography
Salt Prairie Photography sells photographic prints and greeting cards. Most of the photos are of nature and wildlife from around the Champaign-Urbana area. I also have photos from Allerton Park and buildings from the University of Illinois campus area.
Ordering Deadline: If you would like to order in advance of the market, please email email@example.com.
Phil Strang Artist
Artist Phil Strang has prints, cards, and a few other items such as pillows and canvas prints made from original paintings. You can order ahead of time for pick up at the market, or any other time by visiting his website!
Ordering Deadline: Orders must be placed by Tuesday at noon for prints for Saturday pick up. Other products may take up to two weeks if out of stock. Please include the title and size of the piece(s) you’d like to purchase.
About Illinois Willows
In the fall of 1999 Kent Miles (a.k.a. Mr. Willows) purchased a corn field with the dream of growing fresh cut flowers and woody ornamentals for the direct to consumer and wholesale customers.
After purchasing the farm, Kent began to clear the land from the corn stubble that was left after the corn harvest. Kent’s neighbor helped by bringing over a stalk-chopper to knock down the remainder of the stalks. In the spring of 2000, Kent laid out and planted his first beds of annuals and perennials.
As a grower with a floral design background, Kent wanted to grow flowers that he would use in his arrangements. He knew that flowers like roses, carnations and chrysanthemums would not be all that feasible to grow here in central Illinois (due to growing conditions). So instead, he decided to grow some of the different or more unusual flowers that were not as common in local flower shops.
His first year’s crops included Celosia, Ageratum, Yarrow, Sunflowers, Liatris and Gomphrenna. Today, some of these products are still being grown, in addition to 60 other flowers, foliage, woody ornamental branches, and more. See our full product listing here.
Nearly 20 years later, Illinois Willows has product to offer all 12 months of the year as direct-to-consumer sales and for the wholesale trade.
Visit Illinois Willows here to contact Kent for your fresh and local flowers!
the little Soap Stop
From our family to yours
When my second son was only 2 years old, I found out that he is allergic to EVERYTHING. (Okay, maybe not everything, but A LOT of things!) After years of searching for good quality bath products that were free of harsh chemicals causing irritation to his already sensitive skin AND something that didn’t contain anything he was allergic to, I finally embarked on a mission to make something myself. How hard could it be? Well, it was harder than I thought. It took a lot of trial and error, a lot of testing and formulating, a lot of math and a little bit of chemistry. Out of that was born this business, the Little Soap Stop, where you can be sure to find good quality bath products, especially soaps, that I know you will find to be cleansing but gentle on your skin and moisturizing! Everything I needed for my son’s skin (and little did I know, my own skin!), and you can trust it to be everything you are looking for to take care of your own, precious skin (yours, and your loved ones!).
You can visit the little Soap Stop here.
The Wright Soapery
The Wright Soapery, We Make Soap. Premium. Small Batch. Palm Free. Artisan Soap. And we do it Exceptionally Well! Now. Go Wash Your Hands!
How to order: thewrightsoapery.com
Seldom Home Farm
Seldom Home Farm offers over 125 different varieties of produce. They specialize in tomatoes, peppers, and specialty vegetables. Visit their website if you’re looking for something unique and special.
How to order: seldomhomefarm.com
When ready to order, email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for payment and pick up. You can also send questions to the above email.
Voss Pecans, fine quality Illinois pecans grown and harvested by the Voss family for more than 30 years! Only at Urbana’s Market 4x a season. See below of our 2021 Market dates.
Ordering Deadline: You can order ahead of time for Urbana’s Market on the Square. If you want 10# or more of pecans, or any big or special order. Just email us at email@example.com or call 618/594-4122 by Friday morning.
Our website is: www.vosspecans.com
2021 Urbana’s Market at the Square Dates
May 1, July 3, Sept 4, Oct 30
Delight Flower Farm
Delight Flower Farm has all your fresh flower needs as well as locally grown, fresh, and organic CBD products.
Here’s how to order: www.delightflowerfarm.com
Questions, email DelightCSA@gmail.com
Prairie Fruits Farm and Creamery
Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband are the proud owners of Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, LLC. In 2003, they moved from an urban and academic life in Madison, Wisconsin to rural Champaign-Urbana Illinois. That first season, they began to transform their land from cash grain agriculture to perennial production with a lush cover crop of buckwheat. In 2004, they planted over 350 fruit trees and 600 berry plants AND purchased their first four Nubian goats (three does and one buck)
Visit their website to learn more and to order: