On Friday, the Thrive City Farmers Market had booths filled with nutritious fruits, vegetables, artisan pastries and fresh coffee for not just any customer, but those dressed in unique and spooky Halloween costumes. The Halloween celebration during Friday’s farmers market at Thrive City was filled with joy, festivities and excitement.
The safe and socially distant event included costume and pumpkin carving contests for chances to win Warriors Shop gift cards, mini pumpkin giveaways, a photo op with a festive backdrop, live music by DJ D Sharp & Music Museum, and a spooky cookie decorating demo with local pastry artist, Sandra Leathley.
Leathley was kind enough to provide her very own decorating and Royal icing recipe from Sandra and Friends using Thrive City Farmers Market vendor Native Baking Company's sugar cookies. Check it out.
Through November 20, the Thrive City Farmers Market is open Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm at Thrive City.
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