Third Place Commons Winter Market bustling with life

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The Bee Lady sold beeswax candles and soaps
Photo by Jerry Pickard
Third Place Books and Commons are always busy and bustling places, filled with life and cheer. The atmosphere continued to the lower level of the mall as well on Sunday, December 16, as the Indoor Farmers' Market filled The Commons area and spilled down the escalator to fill the lower level hallways.

What's a Farmers' Market without carrots?
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Produce vendors stood next to wineries who were next to beekeepers. Jewelers, stationaries, and knitters vied for the attention of the shoppers.

Local wine makes a good Christmas present
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Great Harvest bakers circulated around the booths, taking sandwich orders for vendors who couldn't leave their places. Burney Brothers, el Oso Mexican, Kitto Japanese, and other restaurants in The Commons served shoppers who took a break from checking out all the wares.

WiFi users concentrated on their laptops and ignored everything else.

Third Place Books had browsers on every aisle.

The Commons sponsors the outdoor Farmers' Market during the summer, then one indoor market in November and one in December.

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