Life Care Center Of East Ridge Hosts Market Day Sept. 5

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Life Care Center of East Ridge is hosting a Market Day on Sept. 5 from 3-6:30 p.m.

Shoppers and vendors alike are invited to come and have fun at this special event.

“We strive to become an ingrained part of the East Ridge community,” said Ben Zani, executive director, “and this will give an opportunity for local vendors to come and share their goods.

The cost of a table space for corporate and home-based businesses is $20. The cost for individuals who are interested in selling produce, yard sale or homemade items is $10. Vendors must provide their own tables and space selection is first paid, first served.

Facility residents will also be selling homemade items.

For more information or to reserve a space, please call Christian McDonald at 894-1254.



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