Monday, November 7, 2011

Columbia Heights Marketplace event this Wednesday

The Columbia Heights Community Marketplace is a great resource: fresh veggies, fruit, meat and bread from local farmers, plus lots of artisans and other neat things (Pleasant Pops popsicles, for example.) However, it doesn't operate in a vacuum, so they're hosting a fundraiser this Wednesday with beer and wine, local chefs cooking, giveaways, and artisans. Sounds like fun, and supporting a great cause. You can also donate if you can't make it.

Here's more:

A celebration of local food and community!

Handcrafted jewelry and art by local artists * Meet your local chefs serving their favorite dishes * Local beer and wine * A look back at the past two Marketplace seasons * Silent auction featuring prizes from Columbia Heights and DC
Second Annual Harvest Evening:
Celebrating Another Great Season

Wednesday, November 9th
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

All Souls Church
1500 Harvard Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Tickets: $30 presale / $40 at the door
Tickets available at the Marketplace every Saturday or buy online TODAY:


Enjoy food and drinks from local restaurants and Marketplace food vendors, including:
La Taquaria Distrito Federal * Meridian Pint * Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza * RedRocks * Chipotle * The Getaway * The Heights * Los Hermanos * Uptowner CafĂ© * Chapel’s Country Creamery * Sprigs Delight * Upper Crust Bakery * Bonaparte Breads * Chesley Vegetable Farm Great Lakes Brewing Company * Capitol City Brewing Company

Win great silent auction items, like:
Handcrafted jewelry and gifts, Yoga Classes at Studio DC, Results Gym Membership,
and giftcards to all your favorite Columbia Heights restaurants, bars, and businesses!
All funds raised from this event supports the Columbia Heights Community Marketplace, a 501(c)3 charity organization.  Help us to grow our market, double-value Festibucks program for our most vulnerable neighbors, and youth gardening programs!  Thank you in advance for your support this season!

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