Greetings from the land of cheese!

We visited Henry and her cohorts yesterday in a rare Sunday make. The days are filling up and we had to make the feta or be without.

So, since things are getting a little hectic, we came up with a plan.

Starting today, we would like to introduce a fun little segment we’re calling…

“What’s going on with those cheese people?”

Stop by every Monday to find out where we will be, any events going on AND what cheeses we have available. Of course, any deviations that happen during the week will be found on social media – twitter, Instagram or facebook.

It’s been nearly a year since I got a newsletter out and, if you’d like to get on the ever so infrequent list, you can sign up here on our website or just email me at . I’ve been compiling loads of fun tidbits that I just have to get in an organized pile. It’s also where we’ll be sharing a secret or two. Or could it be three….. hum. You’ll never know until you read it. Well, and I get myself in gear!


Back to what this Monday update is all about –

Available Cheeses:

Tuesday morning, we will start packaging curds and will have all 5 flavors available – natural, smoked, garlic, wasabi and jalapeno. Notzarella too!

Feta, of course.

Aged cheeses – Doorstop, Wisp o’ Smoke, Hoppin’ Mad, and Galiki. The next batch of Hotshot should be ready sometime in July. We’ll cut Big Chai when the cherries are in season and I haven’t checked on the Buckshot. Will have that info next Monday.


This week the Whitefish Farmers Market begins. Tuesday afternoons from 5-7:30 by the train station.

Thursday, Ronan Farmers Market 4-7pm, behind the Visitors Center right on Hwy 93

Friday, Polson Farmers Market 9-1pm, 3rd and Main

Saturday, Kalispell Farmers Market 9-12:30 (and there’s a cowbell to start and end the festivities so be on time. Those who are late, do not get fruitcup!), South end of the Community College up near Costco



Creamery Hours changed a smidge. Closing early on Tuesdays

There is a total lunar eclipse on the 26th so I’ll be setting my alarm for 0410 so I can see it at its height. At least that’s what I’m telling myself now. Might want to check to see when it’s best in your location.


Have a safe and fabulous week! Wendi and Joe, your