17 local vendors all in one place. Tastings, samplings, and holiday cheer abound. Plus a cookie decorating class for the kids!
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Due to the enormous popularity of the first Hart’s Holiday Market on December 6, Hart’s is playing host to a “second helping” on December 20. Hart’s has pulled together 17 of its local vendors to help shoppers find the perfect last-minute gifts.
Vendors will be offering samples and tastings, as well as selling merchandise that shoppers can pay for as they check out with their groceries.
“The first Holiday Market was such a party here at Hart’s that we wanted to do it all over again,” said Colleen Griffin-Underhill, Hart’s General Manager. “Many vendors are returning and we invited some new folks who are going to offer samples and inspiration for planning your own holiday parties. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet the faces behind your favorite local products.”
Saturday, December 20, 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hart’s Local Grocers, 10 Winthrop Street. Free parking.
Local vendors include: VonBrake Spices, CanalTown Coffee Roasters, Forge Hot Sauce, Allens Hill Farm, Seaway Trail Honey, Dollop Gourmet Frosting, Schutt’s Apple Mill, Mendon Maple, Happy Earth Tea, Maggie’s Mustard, and The Butter Man.
Five breweries will also be in attendance: Brewery Ommegang, Rohrbach Brewing Co, Southern Tier Brewing Co, BlackBird Cider Works, and Anderson Valley Brewing Company.
Holiday Cookie Decorating Class
Ashley Adaniya, Hart’s Culinary Supervisor, will lead children in traditional holiday sugar cookie decorating. 12 p.m. $5 per child. Register online at http://hartslocalgrocers.com/gear
About Hart’s Local Grocers
Hart’s Local Grocers is a locally owned and independent full-service food retailer. The store is located in the heart of the East End occupying 20,000-square-feet of the two-story brick building at 10 Winthrop St., located between the Little Theatre and Restaurant 2Vine. Hart’s mission is to build community, delight the senses, and connect Rochesterians to the region’s greatest foods. This traditional neighborhood market offers city residents local and fresh meat, dairy, produce, and baked goods alongside national brands.
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