Support local vendors at Light Up Night in Slippery Rock November 23rd

Purchasing from local growers and artisans supports your neighbors and helps build a strong regional economy! Slippery Rock Farmers Market will have several vendors at Light Up Night in the borough this coming Saturday, November 23, from 4:00 until 8:00 PM. There will be an indoor, Pop-Up Holiday Market, which will be held at Ginger Hill Unitarian Universalist Congregation’s building. (That’s the narrow, yellow building in the alley that connects Main Street and the upper edge of the big public parking lot.)
There, at least four market vendors will feature festive foods and handmade goods for celebrating and gifting:
Awesome Acres, will be on hand with their homemade jams and jellies, many in unique and “spirited” flavors
Button Traveler will offer artistically designed buttons and items to help you live a more earth-friendly life, including many made from repurposed or recycled materials.
• David Melesky, local author, will have his books for sale, including his Wumpkey series of “funny mysteries”
Youngs’ Mercantile Co., will have soaps, spa products, and other body care and gift items.
You’ll also find several of your favorite farmers market vendors among the outdoor booths on Main Street:
• Belle Farm with goat milk soaps and bath items
Breezy Ridge Acres with raw, local honey and beeswax products
Dinner Bell Farms with Francine’s famously delicious and creative cookies, cakes and other treats
ForeverGreen Farm with cold-pressed juices and beautiful fresh floral arrangements! (“Juice for the body. Flowers for the soul.”)
HarkinsMill Winess with wine and wine-related items
MLH Distillery with locally-distilled spirits made with regional ingredients