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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Fort Thomas Farmers Market "Holiday Market" to run Dec. 2, 9th


It’s the last TWO WEEKS of the Fort Thomas Farmers Market and we are making things merry & bright!  Our last two markets will be holiday markets, featuring local artisans selling their handmade goods. Our regular farmers and vendors will also be bringing additional selections to market, to take care of all of your holiday gifting and shopping needs.


Artisans coming to our holiday market include:

Liz Ganter of Recycled Java is a N.Ky based venture that repurposes aluminum expresso capsules into fun, affordable jewelry and decorative pieces. These are colorful, lightweight and environmentally friendly gifts perfect for your holiday shopping.

Bradley Turnbaugh of Langley Woodworking has a small Ft. Thomas based artisan woodshop. He specializes in hardwood cutting board, butchers blocks, wine displays, and more!

Paul Tulley of Fort Thomas, currently a DAAP student at University of Cincinnati will be selling his handcrafted leather goods and accessories which includes wine carriers, totes, and bracelets.

Lisa Orem with Stylin’ Highlands has Unique, personalized and affordable gifts for everyone on your list. Blankets, bags, spiritwear.  Ohio, Kentucky... babies to grandmas we have something special!

Tom Broderick of Tommy and Friends makes hand-rolled honeycomb style beeswax candles from pure beeswax sheets.  Beeswax candles are cleaner burning than normal paraffin candles and burn with a brighter, more golden flame.

Rick’s Brittle will be selling his family recipe for his famous 
Chipotle, Bacon Peanut Brittle.

Ryan Durbin is the owner and maker for RD Ceramics. His work includes everyday dishes, such as mugs, cups, bowls, plates, pitchers, and vases which are primarily wheel-thrown, created with white or speckled stoneware clay, and is food, dishwasher, & microwave safe. 


Heidi Dutcher of Faded Finds will be offering Up cycled home Christmas decor as well as a wide variety of home made gifts. Faded Finds offers vintage, art, signs, lamps, and home accessories to be used to decorate for Christmas, as well as to enjoy throughout the entire year.

The Market is held at the Mess Hall, on Cochran Avenue, inside Tower Park. This market will run Wednesdays, October 7th – December 9th, and the hours of operation are 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm. Just a reminder: Seniors 65 years and older shop early at 2:45 pm.

For more information and all the latest Market updates, please check our website: http://www.fortthomasfarmersmarket.com/

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF OUR MARKET!

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