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at Salt River Fields

2nd Weekends – Saturday and Sunday  10a-5p (Nov-Mar)

 7555 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, Ariz. 85258

 

FoodInRoot is partnering with UnCommon Markets to present a one-of-a-kind offering at the Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, AZ.

This weekend long event is held on the 2nd weekend of the month (November – March), Saturdays and Sundays, from 10a – 5p (both days).

The winning combination of food items by FoodInRoot’s experts and distinctive curated finds by UnCommon Market’s team make for a super diverse array of quality goods to explore. UnCommon Markets has been rapidly recognized for its impressive selection of fine arts, vintage and repurposed goods while shoppers meet the maker, too. And now teaming up with FoodInRoot, an even larger variety of distinctive items by purveyors throughout the region are available for patrons to conveniently explore without traveling during the busy season.

FoodInRoot provides communities with accessibility to local foods and goods by giving small businesses a place to thrive and connect directly to consumers. The Farmer’s Market at UnCommon Markets will feature a diverse selection such as fresh produce, salsas and hot sauce, hummus, spices, baked goods, honey and jellies, among others, ideal for curating holiday gift baskets for foodie friends and family. Keeping with the ‘uncommon’ theme, the two-day event highlights a collection of new local artists and artisans each month. UnCommon Markets continues through 2017 as well:

• January 14-15

• February 11-12 [In conjunction with Street Eats Food Truck Festival]

• March 11-12 [Held at Rancho Solano Preparatory School]

• Please note the previously slotted April date has been cancelled.

TICKETS. General Admission tickets are $5; kids 12 and under are FREE. Tickets are available at www.UnCommonMarkets.com

EXHIBITORS. For information on exhibiting visit www.UnCommonMarkets.com or email joan@UnCommonMarkets.com.

About UnCommon Markets. Launched in 2015 by exhibition industry veteran Joan Ulrich, UnCommon Markets LLC is the management company for the monthly UnCommon Markets™ set to debut at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, Scottsdale, AZ in October 2016. With more than 20 years of experience in the exhibition and events industry, Ulrich has held executive level positions with leading mart and trade show management companies, including Merchandise Mart Properties, Inc. (MMPI) and Urban Expositions. Throughout her career, she has overseen the launch,  sales, marketing, and management of trade and consumer events in a range of industry sectors, including handmade, design, gift, home, fine art, food service (restaurant), airport concessions and more. She worked on exhibitions held throughout the country ranging in size from 700 to 70,000+ attendees, including the One Of A Kind Show & Sale Chicago, SOFA (sculpture, objects, functional art & design), Beckman’s Handcrafted Show, High Point Market, and many others. For more information, call 855.238.6999 or visit www.UnCommonmarkets.com

About Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Salt River Fields is a central landmark within the emerging Talking Stick Cultural and Entertainment Destination (TSCED). Completing its sixth MLB Spring Training season in 2016, the world- class, LEED Certified Gold venue serves as Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies, and was named #1 Spring Training Destination by Sports On Earth featured on MLB.com. The facility is surrounded by some of the world’s most beautiful mountain panoramas, and also serves as a popular year-round destination for major community events. Salt River Fields is an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and a winner of the 2013 Good Design is Good Business competition by Architectural Record. The News- Record Southwest named Salt River Fields Best Sports/Entertainment Project and Ballpark Digest called it Ballpark of the Year, among other awards and honors. Salt River Fields, 7555 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, Ariz. 85258. Visit www.SaltRiverFields.com for the latest information. Follow on Twitter @SaltRiverFields and Facebook
www.facebook.com/saltriverfieldsattalkingstick.

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