The holiday season is upon us and the Winter Market vendors are offering a host of special deals! Check out the list below for a short list of sales available at the Market this Saturday:

Dew Drop Herbal Tea:
Three tea bags of your choice for $24
One bag of their new Chai and tea ball for $15
2 bags and an infuser mug for $25
Frody's Salt and Smoke Artisan Meats: salami trio (finocchionia, chorizo & whiskey) for $25 —that's a $5 savings!
PJK's Creamery: Gift cards will be available to purchase as stocking stuffers
Pyne Apples: apple baskets gift-wrapped with Gary's old fashioned caramel dip and an apple slicer, pictured above.
Rustic Tomato:
Holiday Gift Crates:
3 Bottle 12oz Reg price $30. Sale $25
3 Bottle 9oz Reg price $25. Sale $20
Single bottles:
Buy Two for $12.00. Reg price $14.00
Buy 3 bottles get one FREE
Tequeῆos: build your own combo and ask for a deal! Or select from the following packages;
Tequeῆos and garlic sauce $12
Tequeῆos and 8oz green salsa $12
Tequeῆos and 16 oz green salsa $15

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December is here and so is the Holiday Art and Craft Market! For the fourth year now, the Winter Market will feature 15 Utah artists this Saturday, December 3rd and December 17th. Pick up your weekly groceries and some hand-made, one-of-a-kind artisan gifts for loved ones and yourself! Support small, buy unique and dazzle your giftees this holiday season.

Art & Craft Vendors December 3rd:
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hillzart
JLB Designs
M Soaps by Marguerite
My Urban Poncho
New Theory Products
nite & day
Olio Skincare
Ray Bird's Birdhouses
Rex Burningham Woodturnings
Silverwear Jewelry SLC
Tangents and Tentacles
The Hive Gallery
The Sound of Inck
Utah Nature Photography

Winter weather brings extra challenges to our homeless community and the organizations that serve them. For the month of November, the Winter Market at Rio Grande is holding a winter needs drive in conjunction with the Road Home. The top donation needs are gently used blankets, bath-size towels, hats, gloves and new pillows. For a full list, click here.

Help support the local community in a positive and impactful way. The best thing is to donate directly to service providers, not pan-handlers. For more information about homelessness and panhandling, please visit the Homeless Outreach Service Team (HOST) website.

apples
arugula
beets
cabbage
carrots
chili peppers
collards
garlic
green onions
herbs
kale
lettuce
microgreens
mizuna
mushrooms
mustard greens
onions
peppers
potatoes
pumpkins
radish
salad greens
spinach
sweet potatoes
swiss chard
tomatillos
tomatoes
turnips
winter squash: acorn squash, banana squash, butternut squash, cinderella pumpkin, delicata squash, spaghetti squash, turban squash
zucchini

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  • Business Name Wolfe Wind
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  • Phone 801-560-7105
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  • Business Name Sticks and Stones Design
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  • Business Name Ker-ij Jewelry
  • Phone 801-231-7855
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