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Heavy Rain

Miriam Jomo

Heavy rains have caused great havoc in many areas of the country over the recent times. This being a very unpleasant thing to many of the residents of in some area, it’s not the same case in Ongata Rongai, where it is witnessed that the local markets are flooded with vegetables of all kind thus saving the resident’s time of going to look for them elsewhere. 76 more words


Shiatsu Massage

Catherine Smith, Naomi Ono and Jeff Lantz provide a quiet, peaceful setting for a Shiatsu Massage at the beach. Shiatsu (translated from Japanese as “finger pressure”) is a massage therapy based on the energy meridian principle of traditional Chinese medicine. 100 more words

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Learning Curve Gardens

Sue Cole and Isaac Hale represent Learning Curve Gardens at the market each week. They feature seasonal plant starts, preserved foods, and many varieties of vegetables that are harvested the day you purchase them. 57 more words

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Crooked Hills Honey

Jennifer Farnam’s Crooked Hills Honey is delivered fresh to the market each week. Just imagine spreading that delicious goodness on a piece of toast … or stirring it into a cup of tea!

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Art Walk

“Art on the Town” is an art walk that takes place in downtown Charlotte Amalie on St. Thomas, USVI. Along this walk one is expected to witness a variety of art throughout a historic site. 231 more words

Where Creativity Works

Whan Farms

Mary Ellen Whan’s booth features fresh grown produce directly from her garden. She features sweet corn, pumpkins and seasonal vegetables. Whan Farms runs a weekly garden basket program and sells fresh eggs year round at their farm gate. 13 more words

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Upper Frontenac Graphics

Dean Wedden is our onsite handyman! He is able to sharpen your knives or scissors and embroiders shirts and caps. Dean also runs Upper Frontenac Graphics that serves local trophy and engraving needs. 13 more words

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