Keep your eyes open for our net “pop up” shop at the Saint Andrews Farmers Market in Portsmouth Sunday August 6th between 12-4pm
This market is a weekly Sunday Farmer Market on the Lawn of St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 4811 W. High St at the intersection of CedarLane/Sterling Point (across from Churchland Library).
Featuring seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh eggs, fresh cut flowers, meats, jams, jellies, food concession, cold drinks, etc.
We “popped up” our Bike Kitchen in Craddock today during the national night out and helped to teach kids and adults how to fix, repair and tune their own bicycles. As a give back service to our Community we are hopeful to have more “Pop up” shops in the area so be sure to watch our facebook and twitter feeds for news of upcoming events!
appear or occur suddenly and unexpectedly.
“these memories can pop up from time to time”
||appear (suddenly), occur (suddenly), arrive, materialize, come along, happen, emerge, arise, crop up, turn up, present itself, come to light;
“you never know when a new problem is going to pop up”
A “pop–up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is “here today, gone tomorrow”. Pop–up retail is the temporary use of physical space to create a long term, lasting impression with potential customers.
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Imagine a world where families can walk or bike an urban trail to a safe, well-maintained public park where they can play and exercise on outdoor fitness equipment. Where our elders can board a bus for the short ride to the city center where they can access many of the necessary amenities. Cities’ planning, zoning, and infrastructure investment can not only have a positive effect on health but can also foster community and keep some of our most vulnerable populations engaged, active and healthy from ages 8 to 80. What will they do about it?
Access to healthy food is an important tool in obesity prevention. By providing citizens with healthy. affordable, easily accessable alternatives to foods with high caloric content and little nutritional value cities can lead by example in the fight against obesity. Cities have powerful planning, economic development, and public relations tools for attracting and supporting healthy food retailers, farmer’s markets and community gardens. Are they ready to take action?