"Utah Recycling Alliance in partnership with SLCGreen will be hosting three pop-up CHaRM events in Salt Lake City. This is an opportunity for residents to bring "stuff" for recycling/re-purposing. You will find a list below of all of the items we will accept at this event. A $3 per participant donation to Utah Recycling Alliance is suggested to help cover the costs of the event and recycling.

As a bonus, throughout the day there will be a FREE workshop on how to turn pallets into patio furniture. Space is limited! If you are interested, send an email to .

Pop-up CHaRM events will be held on July 30, August 27, & September 24 from 10 am to 2 pm at 352 W 900 S in Salt Lake City.

Thank you for your support of Utah Recycling Alliance and participating in this great event!"

Download the complete list of acceptable materials here.


Read more on the Utah Recyling Alliance website. 

The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to support our long-time vendors as they open brick and mortar establishments. This summer three of our favorite vendors have opened storefronts in Salt Lake City. It is a dream come true for the business owners and for the Market — helping small businesses grow and flourish is our mission! From hand-made pastries and coffee to refreshing mint limeade to hot and crispy empanadas, these new establishments will keep you satisfy every-day Market cravings.

Sweet Lake Biscuits & Limeade
Argentina's Best Empanadas
Amour Cafe

Friday, 08 July 2016 16:30


Written by Third Sun

Upcoming Music at the Market

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Robert Macdonald (bagpipes, Irish flute, tinwhistles, and Irish banjo) is the founder of Annie's Romance and has been playing Celtic folk music for fifteen years. He holds a M.S. in folklore from Utah State University where he studied folk music and tune composition.

Liz Macdonald (fiddle, vocals) started playing violin at age five and was first introduced to Celtic folk music at age thirteen in a workshop with master Cape Breton fiddler Jerry Holland. She joined Annie's Romance as fiddler, but quickly took up the lead singing duties for nearly all songs. She has a unique ear for discerning and reproducing the nuances of Irish and Scottish vocal stylings.

Marvin Payne (guitar, mandolin, vocals) has been playing guitar and singing songs for over half a century, with sixteen albums of original material and a whole lot of writing for other widely-published projects to show for it. But Annie’s Romance is his first immersion into playing Celtic folk, and he loves it.(Check out marvinpayne.com)

Michelle Adams (flute, vocals) was a member of the folk band the Flying Nancies before joining Annie's Romance. A classically trained flutist from the age of eight with a natural ear for harmony and arrangement, she contributes much of the atmosphere and texture to the band's intricate arrangements.

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Singer-Songwriter Michelle Moonshine's original songs have an upbeat tempo, catchy vocal lines and heartfelt lyrics; but it's her unique voice that truly engages a listener at a performance. Her timbre can be described as incredibly sweet and whimsical, and yet is still saturated in feeling that makes you want to stop and listen to every word. During her four years of performing, Michelle has garnered recruitments from NBC's The Voice in 2014 (to which she turned down after being accepted); and from America's Got Talent in Fall 2015 which is still ongoing. Within that time she has put a national tour under her belt and honed her craft in producing her own blend of Country-esque Americana. Michelle regularly performs solo as well as with her band as both a three and four piece with new member John Davis on electric guitar, lap steel and backup vocals. In the rhythm section is Goose on the drum kit and Bronk on the upright bass, who both have some classical training which adds to the dynamic. With a fully funded Kickstarter, they completed their first album and plan to tour their new release this spring.

From kimchi to whole milk yogurt, to greenhouse lettuce and dahlias, you'll find an exciting array of new vendors this season (listed below). For an interactive map of all our vendors, visit our website.

Farmers and Growers

Blue Canyon Farm
Mia's Dahilas
Snuck Farm
Storey Orchards and Sweet Memory Pickles
Blue Rooster Garlic
Intermountain Gourmet

Prepared Food

Base Camp Kitchen
La Cubana
Pho V
RR Vitesse
PJK's Creamery

Packaged Food

Abigail's Oven
Big Daddy Hill's BBQ
Cache Canning
Cru Kombucha
Frody's Salt & Smoke Meats
Milk Honey Yogurt
Rustic Tomato
Spoiled Foods
Wasatch Creamery

More Peaches!
Cantaloup and Crenshaw Melons
Green Beans 
Green Onions
Fava beans
Zucchini and Yellow Squash

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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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