Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Green Market at Phipps
2:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Our vibrant market brings together community members, vendors, and local artisans and food producers for one of the greenest shopping experiences in town. Visit our front lawn to browse a colorful cornucopia of organic and sustainable goods from local vendors. Offerings include health and beauty supplies; herbs, oils, salts and spices; locally-made craft spirits; upcycled and reclaimed artworks and home décor items; and fresh organic and Certified Naturally Grown foods. Meet the artisans who produce your goods, explore our outdoor gardens and sustainable plant beds, and empower yourself to make healthy, planet-friendly choices. During your visit, you are also invited to buy tickets to see our exciting new exhibit, SUPER. NATURAL. Glass Art by Jason Gamrath. Please see the event link for a list of vendors: https://www.phipps.conservatory.org/calendar/detail/green-market-at-phipps
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