If you have someone on your Christmas list that's tough to shop for, why not try the Food For Thought Winter Market?

Not only can you find some great off-the-wall gifts, but you can also help out your local neighbors, and support Wyoming businesses. Check out the press release below, and plan on stopping the AG building on Fairgrounds road this Saturday!


This Saturday, begin your day of shopping and community with all things local at the Food for Thought Winter Market.

The Market opens at 9 am and will offer all things local: Baked breads, sweets, and real French croissants from Great Harvest Bakery,  honey from T Bee S Pollination, beef from Walker Land and Livestock, spice mixes and rubs from Sevenfold Spice, soups from Mary Ann’s Beans, soaps, lotions, and more from 307 Soapworks and Vintage Body Care, jams and jellies from locally grown plants, hand made arts, Montana jerky, candles, scarves, and so much more!

A donation of a canned good or new children’s book donated to Wyoming Food for Thought Project’s childhood hunger program will help them serve over 370 children. Food for Thought is providing food packages to help children while they are out of school for the 16-day holiday break.

The Food for Thought Winter Market is located inside the Agricultural Learning Resource Building just outside the south entrance to the fairgrounds at 2011 Fairgrounds Road. The entrance to the Market is located around back - follow the signs!

See you this Saturday, 2011 Fairgrounds Road, 9 am - Noon for all things LOCAL!

For more information about the market, visit www.wyfftp.org