Summer Market Days

Summer Market Days will be held at Alpaca Meadows in Ontario, Ohio on Saturday, July 30th and Sunday, July 31st, 2022 from 11am-4pm. This is the 5th annual community event of this kind at our small alpaca farm, and is open to a select number of artisans, craftspeople, growers, and small businesses. You will have the opportunity to shop with these one-of-a-kind local vendors who have been invited to sell their wares at our outdoor market.  Our Farm Store will be open throughout the event.  While you’re here, you can meander about visiting with our alpacas, Angora goats, and Angora rabbits.  Lunch will be available as well as yummy drinks to sip on while you enjoy our little festival. 

Looking for something to do in Richland County? This event is free to the public and enjoyed by all who attend.

Guest Vendors

This year we’ll have vendors selling fresh fruit, potted plants, succulents, weathervanes, garden art, handcrafted dulcimers and hand drums, embroidered home goods, essential oils, handmade bags, pet portraits,
keto supplements, out-of-the-ordinary baked goods, maple syrup, maple sugar coated nuts, handmade chocolates, food, frappe’s, specialty coffee drinks, and more! 

The Farm Store

The Farm Store will be open both days for your shopping pleasure! If you’ve never visited before, you’re in for a pleasant surprise as you enter our store and see a wide variety of items made from alpaca fiber.  We have everything from Alpaca Socks to Alpaca Sweaters and lots, lots more. Our signs say “Please Touch” and we really do mean it! Alpaca is super soft and you have to feel it to believe it.

Knitters, weavers, and those that crochet will want to take home some of our Alpaca Yarn. It is a real treat for those that enjoy these crafts. We have both Needle and Wet Felting Kits trying these popular crafts at home. If you learn better in a class, we have those too. Grab a Class Schedule or sign up while you’re here!

Food and 4-H

A local 4-H club will be providing yummy food throughout the day so be sure to come hungry. The kids from this same 4-H club will be on hand to answer questions about alpacas, as they fine tune their public speaking skills! Stroll around the farm to visit with our alpacas, Angora goats, Angora rabbits, and chickens. Read our “fencepost facts” and find out more about our fiber animals.

2022 Vendors

Cruizin’ Smoothies (Jeanette Waibel) – Smoothies, Coffees, Frappe’s, and Slushies

Designs by Dresser (Tabitha Dresser) – dōTERRA Essential Oils, Handmade Essential Oil Bags, Diabetic Supply Bags, Instrument Straps, Key Fob and Keychain Bags

Gibsons Orchard (Jim and Marcheta Gibson) – Homegrown Apples, Plums, and Pears (pending being ripe)

GCreek Instruments (Jim Phillips) – Handcrafted Heirloom Quality Mountain Lap Dulcimers and Acoustic Hand Drums

GoBloomingcrazy (Wendy Lowe) – Potted Plants, Flowers and Succulents, Garden Gnomes, Mushrooms, Goose Clothes, Weathervanes

Marcheta Gibson Embroidery & Design (Marcheta Gibson) – Machine Embroidered Home Goods, Handsewn Phone/Glasses Cases, Potholders, Vintage Pattern Journals

Obrynba Farms LLC (Toli Obrynba) – Honey, Angels, and Bees Wax Items

Richland County Jr Fair Alpacas – Walking Tacos, Shredded Chicken, Chips, Salads, Drinks
(Fundraiser for their 4-H program – come for lunch!)

Spinning Wool of VanGundy Sheep Farm (Dwight and Sharon VanGundy) – Blue Faced and Longwool Leicester Sheep, Raw Fleece, Handspun Yarn, Knit and Felted Items

Sweet Fire Sugar Bush (Melissa Biltz) – Maple Syrup, Maple Sugar, Maple Cream and Maple Sugar Coated Nuts

The Candy Cabin (Mary Ruth Cook) – Handmade Chocolates

Tae’s Bakery – Home Baked Goods

Vickie Graves – Pet Portraits and Face Painting


Our space is limited so we look for select small businesses that offer unique hand crafted, handmade, or home grown items.  If your products fit in one of these categories, you have something different than the vendors listed above, and are interested in being a vendor at our event, contact us and we can chat.



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