Rogue Valley Growers Market’s winter market kicks off Tuesday — in Ashland

Last year's winter market at the Phoenix Civic Center. Rogue Valley Growers Market photo
December 1, 2022

Market moves from Phoenix to new location at Ashland Armory in its fourth season

The Rogue Valley Growers Market kicks off its fourth season of the Indoor Winter Market on Tuesday, Dec. 6, in a new setting at the Ashland National Guard Armory, 1420 E. Main St., Ashland, according to a news release.

The market will be open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays through Dec. 27, the release said. A variety of local vendors will participate, with wares that include fresh local produce, handcrafted gifts, coffee, and artisan foods.

The Indoor Winter Market’s prior home had been at Phoenix Civic Center.

“The City of Phoenix needs that space for the next two years, which is why we found a new location for the indoor winter market this year,” Rogue Valley Growers Market executive director Jaimie Griffin said in an email. “We thought the Ashland National Guard Armory would be ideal, as there is a large indoor space for our farming, ranching, crafting, and artisan food vendors that opens up to the outdoors where our knife sharpener and some of our food trucks can set up.”

SNAP and EBT cards will be accepted. Parking and restrooms are available at the Armory. Visit rvgrowersmarket.com/pages/wintermarket for more information.

Source: Rogue Valley Growers Market news release. Email Ashland.news Executive Editor Bert Etling at betling@ashland.news or call or text him at 541-631-1313.

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