December 15, 2011
Salem Public Market open on Wednesday before Christmas
Salem Public Market will open Wednesday, December 21st, 11:00am to 6:00pm for last minute food and gift items. You will find one-of-a-kind original photographs and paintings, quilts, scarves, emu products, specialty foods, meats, eggs, cheeses, candy, nuts, artisan breads, produce, dried and fresh mushrooms, cakes and pies, apple cider, fresh roasted coffees, honey and bees wax candles, fresh and frozen soups.
Salem Public Market is also a collection site for Marion-Polk Food Share. Patrons are encouraged to bring non-perishable food for those in need.
The market will be closed on Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th.
Salem Public Market
1240 Rural Ave. SE Salem, OR 97302
Oregon's Oldest Farmers Market and Salem's Best Kept Secret!
For more information, call Bruce at 503-559-4294.
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