Vendors and Special Guests

Vendors and Special Guests


If you are interested in information on how to become a vendor or special guest at the Copley Creekside Farmers Market, please see the following documents:


Whether they're joining us for one market day or all 24, we're happy to tell you more about our vendors and special guests! The current list is below, but be sure and check back periodically - we accept new vendors and guests throughout the market season. To find out whether your favorites will be at the market each week, be sure and sign up for our newsletter by filling out the form below.

Names are linked to websites whenever possible. Listed after each description will be the year they started with the Copley Creekside Farmers Market and whether they accept credit cards (cc), SNAP (s), WIC (w), Senior Vouchers (sv), or debit through Facebook Messenger (FB)


Advanced Health and Wellness: Our purpose and mission is to help our community experience optimal health potential. We believe health is our most valuable asset and must be given attention and priority. Through education, instruction, and insight we believe we can make a difference in the way people perceive their health, their body, and their potential. (2019)

Basically Bethany: We are a business aiming to sell affordable vegan goods that are accessible to everyone. Bringing locally-created vegan cosmetics and skin care items, and all-handmade vegan accessories. (2019, cc)

The Baker's Basement: The Baker's Basement multi-genre musical duo that hails from Cleveland, Ohio. Formed in the summer of 2012, Kate Dedinsky captains a miniature, homemade, percussive drum set that they call the "Tempeh Kit" while Adam Grindler mans the acoustic guitar. Both Kate and Adam share singing responsibilities, often bouncing phrases back and forth and interweaving harmonies. A performance by the Baker's Basement includes a healthy blend of original, cover, and instrumental music filled with scrumptious flavors of folk, rock, jazz, blues, funk, and experimental music, or in short, “Swingin’ Folk Funk.” Expect a lively and curious presentation of music that sings with varying speed, humor, and emotional complexity. (2018)

Carl Harp NurseryCarl Harp Nursery is a third-generation family farm and tree nursery located in Copley, OH. We are growers and sellers of quality trees, shrubs, and specialty seasonal produce. (2018, cc)

Clyde Alan Hensley: Live acoustic music including classic rock, blues, and radio played originals. Over 2 1/2 hours worth of music. Family friendly and upbeat. (2017)

The Crazy Cucumber: The Crazy Cucumber is a small family-run business which offers a variety of gourmet pickles with bold flavors and fresh ingredients. (2019, cc)

Curves: Curves is a facility specially designed for women featuring a complete total body workout that is fun, fast, and safe. We will be offering educational material on health, wellness, and the benefits of daily exercise. (2019, cc)

Delta Performance, LLC: Everything we do is to strengthen our community one person at a time. Specifically, Delta Performance is a human performance training facility. We care about each athlete and believe in quality fitness/movement coaching to help people move better, perform better, and live better. We meet everyone when they are, develop a plan of action, and guide them to a greater, more fulfilled life. (2019, cc)

For three Second Sunday Markets, starting at 11:30 AM, the coaches of Delta Performance will be giving a hands-on fitness and mobility class to the public to kick off the Farmers' Market. Our goal is to educate the public on common injuries that occur throughout life and address ways to help mitigate these from happening. Each class will be roughly 45 minutes and will teach exercises that either help prevent common injuries from occurring or reduce the level of pain in that specific area. We will have a waiver of liability at the event for everyone who wants to participate to sign. It may be hot and shade is limited, so please wear proper clothing and sunscreen, and bring water with you.

Classes offered will include:  June 9th - Neck, Upper Back, and Shoulder Pain/Injuries; July 14th - Lower Back / Hip Pain/Injuries; August 11th - Knee, Ankle, and Foot Pain/Injuries.  A foot specialist will accompany the Delta Coaches August 11th to discuss the importance of wearing proper footwear. Coach Nikki holds a B.S., her Strength and Conditioning certification, and a prestigious internship from Cressey Sports Performance. Coach Dee holds a B.S. and a level 2 nutrition certification through precision nutrition.

The coaches will be at Delta Performance's booth from 12:15 to 1:15 to answer any questions, sell a couple products, and get to know our neighbors. We invite you to join us and pick our brains during this time. More information will be available in our newsletter and on social media the day before each event, or ahead of time by contacting either the market or Delta Performance.

Empty Bin Zero Waste: Eco-responsible products that replace single-use plastic and paper items. (2018, cc)

Farmers / Daughter: Offering meat (beef, pork, chicken), cheese, seasonal produce, baked goods, jams and jellies. (2018, cc, sv)

Fox Family FarmWe grow all GMO-free and mostly heirloom varieties. We grow everything chemical-free, not certified organic but natural organic methods. (2016, cc, s, w, sv)

Guy Randall: Singer/songwriter, acoustic guitar, multiple genres: folk, classic rock, soul, country folk, '80s, '90s rock. (2017)

Happy Valley Soap:  Offering handmade soap, crochet items, and soup bowl cozies. (2019)

My Healthy Pet Treats: All natural and fresh ingredients. Locally sourced. No wheat, corn, soy, preservatives or added sugar or salt. Also have new products, paw balm and a healthy dog beverage. Dry food toppers. Testimonials and information on our Facebook page, My Healthy Pet Treats. (2018, cc)

Norton Branch Library, ASCPL: A branch of the Akron Summit County Public Library system with great books, movies, music, programs, and wi-fi. All free! Visit our booth for information about library cards and programs. A free, fun craft for the kids, too! (2017)

Penguin Ice Cream: Family owned mobile ice cream business. We serve gourmet hand-dipped ice cream. (2019, cc)

The Sassy Sunflower: A rustic glam boutique with unique Vendors, Classes for all ages, Fashion for you and your home, Handcrafted treasures, Art, Jewelry, Clothing, and Flea Market Finds.. there's something here for everyone! (2019, cc)

Sugar Harvest Farm: We are a family owned and run local Ohio maple producer. We tap our own trees, boil and bottle all on our own property. (2018, cc)

Summit County Master Gardeners: Summit County Master Gardeners was formed as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. We are a large group of volunteers who have been trained in various aspects of horticulture, and we like to share this information with those in the community who are interested in these various gardening topics and/or in solving problems affecting their gardens. (2012)

Summit Releaf: Summit Releif is a medical clinic where patients within Northeast Ohio living with one of the approved qualifying medical conditions can take the first steps toward legally obtaining medical marijuana. (2019)

Thirty-One Gifts: Offering totes, thermals, purses, and home organizing with an emphasis on personalization. (2016, cc)

Tim's Sharpening: Tim Gamauf is back with knife and tool sharpening. All proceeds will be donated to charity. (2016)

Trigo’s Artisan Bakery: Trigo’s Market Bakery is an artisan bakery started in 2011 by brothers Randall, and Bradley Shipp with the mission to sell high-quality fresh artisan bread. (2019, cc)

Weitzel's Whimseys Apiary & Gardens: A country store situated amid 2.5 acres of cottage style gardens features honey products from our own bees and garden art from our head whimseymaker. Products in the store include honey, honey-based skin products, candles, beeswax, original garden art creations, perennial plants for bees, and related products. (2019, FB)