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North Market News – Excellent Yule Events

Posted by CMH Gourmand on December 2, 2008

Every word below was lifted directly from the North Market News e-mail I receive as a member of the Market. Support local businesses and fill your belly.

Ladies of the Market Cookie Exchange

Benefiting the Mid-Ohio Food Bank
Thursday, December 4
5:30-7:30PM in the Dispatch Kitchen
Cost $50
To register call 614-463-9664

Get some early help with your holiday baking at the Ladies of the Market Cookie Exchange! Every participant will go home with her choice of 3 dozen cookies personally made by the Ladies of the Market. Come join us for a glass of wine, hors d’oeuvres and some entertaining stories of life “on market” as told by our own merchants. The event will be co-hosted by Robin Davis, Food Editor of the Columbus Dispatch. Take home luscious cookies and contribute to a great cause, the Mid-Ohio Food Bank, at the same time!

North Market Holiday Open House & Craft Extravaganza

Saturday, December 6
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Once again ‘tis the season for holiday entertaining, cookie baking, pie making, turkey basting, present shopping, gift-giving and celebrating all of the reasons for the season. The North Market Holiday Open House & Craft Extravaganza on Saturday, December 6th is the perfect place for both inspiration and acquisition of all of your holiday trimmings. Where else can you pick up everything from a fresh cut tree to a free range turkey to a beautiful bauble for your sister or niece or mother (or yourself)? Roasted chestnuts, holiday trees and greenery, warm beverages, live holiday music and entertainment will be located throughout the market the length of the event on Saturday, December 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m..

Our merchants will be armed with an array of samples to tempt your taste buds and help you formulate your holiday feasts. As always they are endowed with the wisdom of years of experience to give you excellent advice. The second floor will be devoted to forty-five local artisans and crafters for a special day of shopping for distinctive handmade gifts.

North Market Gift Certificates

North Market Gift Certificates are one-size-fits-all perfect stocking stuffers, lovely hostess gifts, or an ideal bequest to your favorite North Market supporter! Gift certificates are issued in $5 increments and are accepted by all of our merchants and farmers. That makes them oh so easy to splurge on anything from your favorite pint of Jeni’s to a chunk of cheese at Curds & Whey!

Our gift certificates are easy to procure, simply drop in at the North Market business office on the second floor the next time you are shopping. Still too much work? Give us a ring and we’ll mail them right to you or your favorite recipient’s door! North Market gift certificates are valid for two years from date of purchase and we don’t hit you with any pesky carrying fees or other nonsense (postage is required for mailing).

‘Tis the season and a gift of North Market gift certificates makes everyone jolly! Call us at 614-463-9664 to get the ball rolling today!

No fine print here – I love the North Market and I want you to support the market so I am passing on the information.

North Market
59 Spruce St
Short North

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