Winter Market – 11/19

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Saturday, November 19 | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. | 4725 Miller St., Wheat Ridge
Free Admission | Event Flier

The Winter Market will feature local artisans, handmade gifts, holiday treats, food trucks, the Twinklestar Cafe, kid’s crafts, and the Little Elves’ Shoppe.

Winter Market Artisans

Come get your holiday shopping done early and buy a treat for yourself. You will find a gorgeous selection of locally made, handmade jewelry, art, candles, toys, natural body products, housewares, treats and much more!summerfox1

A Handspun Heart  
Natural, Waldorf-inspired toys for children of all ages. To learn more, click here.

Amber Lights Candles
100% beeswax candles in classic, decorative, and seasonal styles. To learn more, click here.

Beth’s Babies and Things
Handmade toys, felted hot water bottles, knit hats, intentional jewelry, and crystals.

Circle of Life
Handmade crafts by girls group. To learn more, click here.

Duende Forge
Hand forged hooks, bottles openers, and small knives. For more info, email Brice.

Feather & Stone
One-of-a-kind handcrafted jewelry made on the Front Range of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains from a combination of semiprecious gems and minerals, fossils, bone, antler, and found and vintage items. To learn more, click here.

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Knit, quilted, sewn, needle felted and embroidered creations inspired by Waldorf and nature. Items are made from natural and upcycled fibers. To learn more, click here.

Imagining and Magical Things
Fairies, toys, and mushroom houses.

Inhalations
Hand-blended essential oils, salves, and lotion bars. For more info, click here.

Juniperose/The Bear and the Bower Bird
Upcycled accessories, home goods, and toys.

Kat’s Kreations/Wisdom Within
Felt toys, granola, handmade dryer balls, and handmade natural gemstones jewelry.

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Natural, herbal, spirit and skin mend. Handcrafted spa, body and baby products. To learn more, click here.

M Battani Designs
Upcycled wool slippers, mittens, and hats. For more info, please click here.

Made By Hand
Handmade wooden gift items created by local craftsman Steve Jennings. Garden vegetable hods, recycled wine bottle bird feeders, oil and vinegar caddies, and more. To learn more, contact jinxfd@gmail.com

Peek-a-Boo Peanut
Hand-knitted, felted, & sewn children’s items: wizard hats, slippers, capes, etc. For more info, click here.

Pink Diesel Designs
Custom baby and children’s items, quilts, handbags and dolls. To learn more, click here.pinkdiesel

Rising Harmonics
Gift certificates for energy healing. For more info, click here.

Queen of the Meadow
Naturally handcrafted products or home and body. To learn more, click here.

Summer Fox Fine Art
Summer Fox specializes in representational paintings (figurative, portrait, and still life), working primarily in acrylic on canvas. To learn more, click here.

Talulah Jones
Denver-favorite, Talulah Jones will have a pop up at the market! Tallulah Jones is a boutique selling children’s toys & books, plus one-of-a-kind gifts such as stationary & jewelry.

Thread
Jewelry, housewares, clothing, etc. For more info, click here.

WhatTheWoolWants
Felted gnomes, fairies, dolls, animals, and handmade ornaments.

White Raven Shamanic Arts
Embody the wisdom of your power animal through a personalized shamanic mask. To learn more, click here.

WickedNess Creations
Handmade hats and scarves.

Food Truck Fun

  • Roll-It-Up-Sushi Truck – aims to change the way you see sushi, and change the way you see food trucks.
  • Crock Spot – serves up hearty bowls of food that will feed your soul.

Music Lounge

Want to sit down, relax, and enjoy your holiday treats or food truck fare? Come to the music lounge where there will be a cozy spot just for you and live holiday and classical music. Donations will be accepted and will benefit the 7th grade class.

Little Elves Shoppe

  • Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for students & 1:30 to 2:00 p.m. for parents and students above grade 2!
  • Cost: $10/gift
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Parents from each ECE classroom work very hard to create gifts for the Shoppe each year. The gifts are stunning — with true craftsmanship, thought, and quality. So far we have boho bracelets, bath salts, felted Christmas decorations, and much more! 

The Little Elves’ Shoppe will be open for ECE through second grade children first (11:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.). Students will be led through the Shoppe by an elf (ECE teacher or assistant). The elf will help the student select a gift and create a gift tag. Each student may go through the Shoppe one time and choose one gift. All proceeds will go to the ECE Program.

Classroom Fundraisers

Many of the classrooms will have tables where they will sell handmade crafts or goodies at the Winter Market to raise money. Baked goods, artwork, dyed silks, holiday treats, coffee, hot chocolate, and popcorn are just few examples of the treats that will be available.

Enchanted Forest

Children will have the opportunity to travel through an magical enchanted forest created by a second grade classroom for a small fee.

Craft Stations

There will be at least six kid-friendly craft stations throughout the Winter Market including the opportunity to make gnome homes, fairy homes, and wool angels. The craft stations will be run by students, parents, and faculty to raise money for their classrooms. Each station will charge a small fee.

Craft Making and Childcare

cost: $10 suggested donation

Drop your child off with seventh grade students and adult chaperones to make a gnome home or fairy home while you shop. Fun for everyone!

wintermarketangelMake a Wool Angel! 

Cost: $5 per angel

The 5th grade will be hosting a craft room at Winter Market where young and old are welcome to make a little wool angel. 

TwinkleStar Cafe

The sixth grade classes will be selling baked goods at the TwinkleStar Cafe.

Vendor Applications

Vendor applications are currently being accepted for the Winter Market on a first come, first served basis. To download an application, click here.

Questions?

For more information, please email MPCSWinterMarket@gmail.com.

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