Crown Hill Holiday Market featuring local artisans on Wednesday

Tomorrow evening (Dec. 5), the Crown Hill Center (9250 14th Ave NW) will host a holiday market, featuring crafts from local artists and free wine and hot chocolate from 4 to 8pm.

Some of the vendors will be Ankira Design with handmade journals, “bead buddies” from Pryda Mig Sterling Designs, soap from Moonsong Herbal Soap, jewelry from Lichenology and Magpie Mouse, and locally cured meat from Salt Blade. Neighborhood musician Kristin Chambers will be playing live music throughout the market.

“Warm the dark winter evening with conversation, neighbors, and wine!” the organizers say.

For more info and a peek at the other vendors that will be at the market, visit the Crown Hill Market’s Facebook page.


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Wallbanger
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Wallbanger

The only people going will be junkies in line for free wine.

Truth
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Truth

Wow, your off-topic comment regarding your strange obsession with “junkies”, has really benefited this article on a local holiday market.

Wallbanger
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Wallbanger

I put it there specifically to make you angry.

Jay V
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Jay V

It’s obvious Wallbanger, and all his other pseudonyms here, IS actually an RV junkie, trolling from the library computer. Clearly he’s not capable enough to have anything intelligent to say, let alone hold a job, a home or even a friend.

Dave
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Dave

That is unbelievably offensive statement stereotyping those citizens in Seattle that have been priced out of their homes. We are tired of your trolling.

Mike O'Brine
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Mike O'Brine

Hi, thanks for your support and allow me to say AHAHA! Offensive! Stereotyping! Thanks for getting Woke, Friend! Yes, those RV dwelling junkies are just…fine, upstanding people ‘priced’ out of their homes! Yep, that’s who they are…
We appreciate you buying into the myths that Big Hobo is putting down! And Remember, Vote Salty, Vote O’Brine 2019!

Jeff Gordon
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Jeff Gordon

I agree with Mike and Jay V, that we should vote for anyone that will clean up our streets.

Truth
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Truth

Wow, your off-topic comment regarding your strange obsession with people who have a strange obsession with “junkies”, has really benefited this article on a local holiday market.

Mike O'Brine
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Mike O'Brine

Hi, thanks for your support. Mike O’Brine also likes free wine! This is a great chance to connect with your neighbors, so I suggest you Get Woke, Friend! And Remember, Vote Salty, Vote O’Brine 2019!

Cognitive Dissonance
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Cognitive Dissonance

You say “hobos and junkies” I say “city consultants and point-of-contact reps”. Some are addicted to drugs and booze, and others are addicted to that sweet Seattle taxpayer dough that flows like wine around here.

Best savored with social justice virtue signalling like a fine cheese!

Bro
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Bro

Bro, you are hilarious!

Panty Claws
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Panty Claws

Which “holiday”?

Every holiday, or a specific holiday(s)? Christmas, Hanukkah etc used to cover it back in the old dark days of being able to wish people a specific Merry ________ without being called a bigot, or someone else pretending to be offended that some other holiday was “excluded” intentionally. When I wish someone a Happy Hanukkah I’m not making an anti-Christmas statement, and conversely, saying “Merry Christmas” does not imply that I think everyone should observe Christmas or be Christians. We, uh, seemed to be aware of these things before the Twitter Soy Army took over the world.

You know, it’s pretty funny they have 1000 genders but only ONE HOLIDAY CALLED “HOLIDAY”.

For a city full of highly sensitive snowflakes who work in the “creative class” and demand a micro-label for everything, it sure is odd that we now have one Orwellian “Holiday” even though we gotta suffer through 10+ weeks of hype and pumpkin spice overload. Haha pay up suckers and enjoy your Officially Sanctioned ™ “Holiday”.