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2nd Annual Goin' To Market:Jolly Jingles Market  La Grange

Join us at Goin' To Market: Jolly Jingles Market, LaGrange at CityPlace located at 112 South 1st Ave.


This event is HOSTED ON SHOP SMALL SATURDAY, the ultimate one-stop shop for all your holiday shopping needs this season. This exciting event will showcase up to 70+ small businesses, Artisans, Boutiques and crafters from the Tri-State area.

Come on down and discover a wide array of unique gifts, festive goodies, and creative ideas to make your holiday celebration truly special.

Shopping in Pavilion #1, #2, plaza (greenspace), and street, this market will be bustling with a lively atmosphere filled with holiday tunes, steaming hot cocoa, and even gift wrapping services.


Don't miss out on this joyful shopping experience that will bring heaps of cheer to all shoppers this holiday season!

Saturday, November 30th 2024 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

City Place 112 South 1st Avenue Lagrange, KY 40031



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  • Slip-Stitch Creations

  • Adorn Perm. Jewelry

  • The Crafty Crab

  • Nacho Mommas

  • Ramiro's Cantina

  • Patticakes Delights

  • Sugar Creek Farm & Co

  • Munchy Mysteries

  • Tina's Crafty Crafts

  • Candles by Jenni

  • Simply Sweet Candy Company

  • Paper Panache

  • Momma Rose Cajun Hotspot

  • Twilight Butterfly

  • !st Day of Spring

  • CLear Crafts

  • Randomz4u

At our upcoming shopping event, we are kindly requesting that shoppers bring a non-perishable food item or make a monetary donation to support HighPoint Charitable Services' Food Pantry. This pantry serves individuals and families in need by providing them with essential food items.

HighPoint Charitable Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving those less fortunate in our community. The food pantry is just one of the many ways in which they support those in need. By donating a non-perishable food item, you are directly contributing to this cause and helping to alleviate hunger in our community!


Here is a list of items that are most welcome and needed. Food banks accept dry and canned food donations. What does that mean? Basically, any food that is “shelf-stable” or nonperishable – you can keep it in your pantry and it won’t go bad. And remember, only donate food that hasn’t reached its “sell-by” date yet. Specifically, food banks often need items like:

  • Peanut butter

  • Canned soup

  • Canned fruit

  • Canned vegetables

  • Canned stew

  • Canned fish

  • Canned beans

  • Pasta (most prefer whole grain)

  • Rice (most prefer brown rice)

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