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The Bent County Art Guild invites you to come participate in their very first Apron Show. They are hoping to display an assortment of aprons; whether they be holiday, seasonal or specialty. Variety is encouraged! Please bring a story along with your apron, which will make the displays so much more interesting. There is no limit as to how many you would like to enter.
Please bring you raprons starting August 16, 2012. The show will begin August 21, 2012 and will run through September 12, 2012. Aprons will be ready for pick up on September 13, 2012.
For more information on this event please call 719-456-6066.
DATE: July 25, 2012
PLACE: Senior Citizens Center; 701 Park Avenue Las Animas, CO 81054
TIME: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
PRESENTATION TOPIC: CHOICES: This program is for clients who need support and training in daily living skills. We will explain who qualifies and how costs can be covered.
Given By: Gloria Trujillo…A supportive Residential Housing Coordinator and Mental Health Worker for SEMHS
You may bring your own lunch!!!
Sponsored by: Bent County Department of Social Services, Southeast Behavioral Health Group and Bent County Public Health
The mission of the Made in Bent Market is to provide opportunity for the Bent County residents to experience economic growth and healthier lifestyle choices through an outdoor market setting.
Las Animas, CO – The MIB Market will open Saturday, August 4, 2012, and will continue through October 27, 2012, every Saturday from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. Local produce, baked goods, arts, crafts, flowers, and agriculture products to name a few will be featured each week at the MIB Market to be located at the Bent County Fairgrounds; North covered structure.
We started the market last year and are excited to offer this hands-on, direct marketing experience to Bent County residents who are suppliers, producers and small business owners. The slogan for the market is ‘Growing a Healthy Community’ and this year we intend to grow a healthy community not only with fresh, local food, but through economic growth of The Cottage Industry within Bent County.
The MIB Market is for the Bent County Residents who would like to improve their economics by offering what they have to local fellow citizens and those traveling through our communities. If you have fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, grains, hay, jewelry, gift cards, photography, leatherwork, woodwork, paintings, pottery, candles, candies, cottage industry foods, concessions, to name a few of the items we know are currently being produced locally; then this market is the outlet for your business. The MIB Market will have booth spaces with and without electricity available for those interested in becoming Vendors to rent on a weekly or a seasonal rate.
For information on being a participating vendor, contact Anita Pointon at 719-456-0559 or Ronda Bucholz at 719-456-0614.