Trinidad Winter Market

Produce, crafts, and fun at Comida Market

by Joy Gipson

Two of the vendors from the Trinidad Farmer’s Market in Cimino Park have transitioned to the market’s new, fall indoor venue at Comida Market, on Main Street, in downtown Trinidad. Moriah Jones (L) of Mojo’s Free Spirit, features handmade hemp jewelry and footwear. Mary Nicol of Nicol’s Cottonwood Corner, provides farm fresh vegetables and eggs, plus some potted plants. They are both happy to be able to set up their booths in a warm space for the fall season. Photo by Joy Gipson

TRINIDAD — No need to miss the Trinidad Farmer’s Market now that they are no longer at Cimino Park. An abbreviated version of the Farmer’s Market is now at the Comida Market, 131 E. Main Street, on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, November 11 and 18 and December 2, 9 and 16.

Some of the vendors from the outdoor market are now providing their wares for shoppers in this convenient indoor location. Last weekend, fifteen vendors participated in the new, fall extension of the traditional outdoor farmer’s market. This new indoor event was more intimate and cozy, with a festive flair, giving shoppers a chance to still pick up their favorite outdoor market items until the end of this year.

The Arts Council of Trinidad will be having a Holiday Art Mart, at Comida Market in December, from the 1st thru the 22nd, for convenient Christmas shopping. Vendor applications are available at Comida market. For more information call 719-846-7869 and see them on Facebook.

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