Friday, December 2, 2011

Community Marketplace update: food, music, crafts, Christmas trees

The Columbia Heights Community Marketplace on the Civic Plaza (14th/Park/Kenyon) is closing December 17, but they have a lot going on in these last few weeks. Their update for this Saturday is chock full of good stuff, with produce, bread, cheese and meat, an expanded group of craftspeople and other vendors for holiday shopping, and even Christmas trees (though they recommend you pre-order.)

If you haven't already been, go check it out, it's a nice market. And if you've already been, go back!

Here's more about the Christmas trees from Chelsey Farms:  

Frosty morning up here at the farm…Christmas is in the air…
We will be cutting Christmas Trees later today for this weekend’s market (Columbia Heights Community Marketplace), Saturday December 3rd, 9am-2pm.  Want to make sure that you get exactly what you want…email your order ahead of time to:  Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, & Douglas Firs @ $10/ft.  Fraser Firs @ $12/ft.  See you Saturday!!!
 We will also have a pile of gently used tree stands (reduce/reuse/recycle) on hand for $10 each.And, be sure to check out our Christmas Swags and Charlie Browner Trees…something for everyone!

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