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Localworks Building Up Business Micro Funding Loan Program

Localworks is here to support your business in Wheat Ridge, specifically your growth and longevity in our community. We are thrilled to announce a new program that will continue to allow us to do this in new ways, a micro funding program within our Building Up Business Loan (BUBL). Not familiar with our BUBL program? No problem, here’s a quick synopsis. BUBL provides access to a no/low interest loan for brick and mortar improvements for Wheat Ridge business owners for up to $50,000 for a five year loan term. We know this is beneficial for many business owners in our community, but we have been working internally with leadership to understand MORE ways this program could evolve to support business owners growth in different ways. This is how the BUBL Micro Funding Program was born. The BUBL Micro Funding program offers a $5,000-$10,000 loan with no interest (if signed for a 12-month term) to allow you to get funds for things that simply would not be approved for a loan through a traditional lender. We’ve sat down with many small business owners in this innovation process to learn about what they need to succeed. Learn more below about some examples of what this loan can fund for you and your business. 

The BUBL Micro Funding loan allows you to do improvements to your business that may not be physically visible in your space but allow small business owners greater success in a near term. Examples include:

  • Hire a strategic planning consultant to help with any of your business strategies.
  • Hire a marketing professional so spruce up, start or create your website or social media channels.
  • Work with Manufacturer’s Edge (a highly recommended company) that can help you identify operational inefficiencies. 

The best part about this loan program is that these are not your only options, you can submit a project proposal for our loan committee to review! Localworks has designed this new BUBL micro funding program to best serve YOU as a business in the Wheat Ridge community. To access our application and learn more, please click here.

Business Spotlight: SoulFULL Conception

I have always been fascinated by the power of food and how it affects the body. Food is a language communicating with cells and DNA shaping our health and well-being. When we consume healthy, whole foods, our bodies know exactly what to do.

However, when we consume unhealthy, toxic food, the lines of communication become unclear, creating confusion, inflammation, and a cascade of symptoms, including fertility struggles.

My own experience in reclaiming my health has given me the knowledge and purpose to guide others in finding their power to take control of their health and embrace the incredible potential that lies within them.

I started my practice by working with people dealing with GI dysfunction and autoimmune conditions. I am a health detective – I dig deep to uncover the underlying cause of my client’s health issues and guide them to learn how to listen to their bodies to make sustainable changes to reach their health goals.

Over time I realized that so many of my female clients were looking for relief because they wanted to start or grow their family.

This led me to create SoulFull Conception: PurposeFull Living for a Healthy Body, a Healthy Pregnancy, and a Health Baby. The focus is preconception planning, providing women and their spouses with the tools and knowledge to achieve optimal health before attempting to conceive.

SoulFull Conception is a comprehensive guide to natural fertility, offering individualized recommendations and expert guidance from me and a host of experts. Amazingly, 5 or more lifestyle changes can reduce infertility risk by 80%! The program prepares couples with a plan of action to ensure the health of the couple and their future baby.

Optimizing health today has the potential to positively influence the health of seven generations to come. Miracles can unfold when the power of food and lifestyle are embraced. We each possess the power to create a healthier and brighter future for ourselves and generations to come.

Food is life – Taste Life!

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Fitness on the Green 2023

Come get your sweat on with us this summer as we explore healthy living, community engagement and outdoor fitness!

Localworks 501(c)(3) is proud to host 2023 Fitness on the Green summer series beginning in June! Organized by the Title Sponsor Dr. Lynn Tran of Wild & Precious Optimal Living, the goal is to create an environment for you to not only challenge yourself physically but also connect with your community. 

Each month, there will be two free events: 1) Fitness on the Green, and 2) Yoga on the Green. We’re so excited for these 1.5-hour events! Come connect and stay for an engaging health talk take charge of your health, plus a fun & challenging instructor-led class. You’ll leave each session energized and inspired for what’s ahead in your life. 

We’ve got some fun surprises in store for you, so be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming Wednesday events:

To learn more or register, click a date below, or check out our community calendar!

June

July

August

Location: Stevens Elementary - Big front green lawn in front of the school “The Green” 7101 W 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

These events are sponsored by:

What’s going on in the West 29th Ave. Marketplace?

May 2023 Newsletter Edition

Welcome to a new standing section of the Localworks newsletter. West 29th Ave. Marketplace is a business corridor in Wheat Ridge that has some great events and business specials we want to make sure YOU are aware of. Click here to see this month’s deals– here’s a quick overview. 

Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats:

The Wheat Ridge Farmers Market continues every Wednesday in May through September.  The Market will run from 5 pm to 7pm and feature:

  • A full-service custom butcher
  • Groceries
  • Organic Produce
  • Ice Cream, Smoothies, and Deli Sandwiches
  • Food Trucks
  • Local Artists
  • & More

Located at 5650 West 29th Ave. this Market is sponsored by Wheat Ridge Poultry & Meats and grant funds from Jefferson County Public Health.  

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com/farmers-market

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be sponsoring Movies on 29th .  Family friendly movies will be shown in the shopping center’s parking lot located at 5640 West 29th Ave on:

  • June 17, 2023
  • July 15, 2023
  • August 5, 2023
  • September 9, 2023

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be offering Family Meal Deals, Popcorn, Ice Cream and Real Fruit Slushy Drinks!

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com

West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar

Come on in for happy hour every Tuesday-Friday from 5-6 p.m. Looking for a weekend happy hour? Join us Friday-Saturday from 8-9 p.m.

We can also add some excitement to your Wednesday! Every Wednesday West West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar offers 50% bottles of wine (on special).

Are you ready to visit the West 29th Marketplace?

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Located in Wheat Ridge, CO

Are you ready to check out a new side of town in Wheat Ridge? Visited before but looking to go back to find some deals? You’ve come to the right place! West 29th Ave. Marketplace is a business corridor in Wheat Ridge that has some great events and business specials we want to make sure YOU are aware of. Check out all the deals below!

Please note this is not a complete list. There are many places to explore at the West 29th Marketplace and many NEW places coming soon. We encourage you to get out and explore them all. Localworks has an e-newsletter that has a standing section to keep you updated on what is going on in this bustling business corridor. You can subscribe to our e-newsletter to get these updates and more by clicking here.

Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats (5650 W 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80214)

Wheat Ridge Poultry will be hosting the Wheat Ridge Farmers Market every Wednesday in May through September.  The Market will run from 5 pm to 8pm and feature:

    • A full-service custom butcher

    • Groceries

    • Organic Produce

    • Ice Cream, Smoothies, and Deli Sandwiches

    • Food Trucks

    • Local Artists & More

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Located at 5650 West 29th Ave. this Market is sponsored by Wheat Ridge Poultry & Meats and grant funds from Jefferson County Public Health.  

SPECIAL DEAL: 1 FREE Pound of Ground Beef with $10 Purchase.  Must present your direct mail flyer for coupon to be valid.  One pound of ground beef per family, per visit.  Other restrictions may apply.  Expires 12/31/2023.

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com/farmers-market

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats (5640 W 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80214)

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be sponsoring Movies on 29th .  Family friendly movies will be shown in the shopping center’s parking lot located at 5640 West 29th Ave on:

    • June 17, 2023

    • July 15, 2023

    • August 5, 2023

    • September 9, 2023


The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be offering Family Meal Deals, Popcorn, Ice Cream and Real Fruit Slushy Drinks! SPECIAL DEAL- FREE Single Scoop Ice Cream (Cone or Bowl) with your direct mail flyer.  Must present coupon to be valid.  One single scoop per family, per visit.  No purchase necessary.  Expires 12/31/2023.

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com

West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar (5560 W 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80214)

Come on in for happy hour every Tuesday-Friday from 5-6 p.m. Looking for a weekend happy hour? Join us Friday-Saturday from 8-9 p.m.

We can also add some excitement to your Wednesday! Every Wednesday West West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar offers 50% bottles of wine (on special).

West 29th Salon

Check out this great deal that is being offered! You can receive a free haircut when booking a full color service. See the promo! West 29th Salon is also hiring. Under new management, West 29th Salon is looking to add another licensed hairstylist to their team. This is a great opportunity for a new stylist or someone relocating. Plenty of walk-in opportunities to build clientele. West 29th Salon is a commission based salon, percentages will be based on experience. You can text Bernie at 720-439-0006 or call the shop at 303-927-0737 to set up and immediate interview. West 29th Salon also has room for nail/pedi tech, massage and eyelashes. Use the information above to set up an interview today. 

Welcome to Explore Wheat Ridge!

Localworks' New App with FactorEarth

As Localworks aims to make Wheat Ridge a more vibrant and sustainable place to live and work, we have been working behind the scenes on an extremely exciting project– an app for the community. In partnership with Metcalf Technology and FactorEarth, Localworks is pleased to unveil Explore Wheat Ridge. Explore Wheat Ridge is an adventure series that takes you through the history of our community (four locations are currently included for you to explore, more are coming soon!) while giving you rewards to use in our community! Once you begin exploring, you will find BOGO deals at restaurants, a free ice cream scoop, free beverages and more. 

Click here to directly view Explore Wheat Ridge or scan the QR code. We recommend accessing the application on a mobile device.

More Information

The first four locations that are featured on Explore Wheat Ridge are Fruitdale, Gold’s Marketplace, Richard Hart Estate and the “Green”. You’ll see old photographs as you continue to explore, historical information about the locations, and more.

This technology works as a responsive application, meaning there are no downloads and you do not have to sign in and create an account if you do not wish. To redeem the deals around the community, a free account will be required but your information is never sold or shared. In order to save your rewards, click on the rewards tab on the footer menu of your app screen and create a free account. Once your free account is created, head back to where you found the reward, click it again and it will be saved in your profile! When you are ready to redeem your reward at any participating business, you can open up your app and rewards tab and you’ll click “redeem”. Please make sure to wait and click redeem when you are in the business and ready to redeem your reward. 

You’ll also see that there are several different ways you can explore all the locations and discoveries that are available on the app. You can explore by place, or you can pull up the map view and see all current locations that are included on the app! 

Localworks is extremely excited to unveil a project that has been in the works for almost a year to the community! Localworks will continue to add adventures to Explore Wheat Ridge, so be sure stay in the loop. We encourage you to share Explore Wheat Ridge your friends, family, and even those that are visiting so they can become familiar with our incredible community! We are so excited that you are now able to connect with Wheat Ridge in a whole new way. 

Questions about the app and how to best use it? We are here for you! Email reception@wearelcoalworks.org or call 720-259-1030. 

Business Spotlight: Artcentric

Here’s a message from one of Wheat Ridge’s new business owners! We are excited to have you in the Wheat Ridge community.

Hello, my name is Russell Wilbar and I own Artcentric, a new art gallery / frame shop / creative space here in Wheat Ridge. 

Artcentric is not just a name on a sign, it is truly what we are! A place where art is created, fostered, and appreciated. Imagination and kindness is as important as the brick and mortar!  

Not only is Artcentric a place that does conservation grade fine art framing, we also feature creative classes and coordinate Art Shows from local artists. 

As a picture framer, I have over 25 years experience working with artists, interior designers, and creative professionals to make their art and design projects look amazing and come in at a budget that works for their needs. Using over 12 different vendors, we have a wide array of frame styles and price points available. We do every part of the framing process in house, guaranteeing superior quality and efficient timelines. Artwork, family photos, concert posters, family keepsakes, or just that something special, can be made timeless with the right design and care and we would love to help. 

Framing is not all we do here. We are dedicated to being a creative outlet to our community by offering classes (at all skill levels) and curated shows from local and regional artists.  

Here at Artcentric we believe that being creative is key to emotional and mental health. We are dedicated to being a creative hub where people in the community can come by, create something special, and meet other creative art lovers. 

We are so happy to be here in the gallery @ 38 building, located at 7172 W. 38th Ave. right along the Ridge @ 38! Come on by. We would love to meet you!

What’s going on in the West 29th Ave. Marketplace?

April 2023 Newsletter Edition

Welcome to a new standing section of the Localworks newsletter. West 29th Ave. Marketplace is a business corridor in Wheat Ridge that has some great events and business specials we want to make sure YOU are aware of. Click here to see this month’s deals– heres a quick overview. 

Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats:

Wheat Ridge Poultry will be hosting the Wheat Ridge Farmers Market every Wednesday in May through September.  The Market will run from 5 pm to 7pm and feature:

  • A full-service custom butcher
  • Groceries
  • Organic Produce
  • Ice Cream, Smoothies, and Deli Sandwiches
  • Food Trucks
  • Local Artists
  • & More

Located at 5650 West 29th Ave. this Market is sponsored by Wheat Ridge Poultry & Meats and grant funds from Jefferson County Public Health.  

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com/farmers-market

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry and Meats

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be sponsoring Movies on 29th .  Family friendly movies will be shown in the shopping center’s parking lot located at 5640 West 29th Ave on:

  • June 17, 2023
  • July 15, 2023
  • August 5, 2023
  • September 9, 2023

The COOP at Wheat Ridge Poultry will be offering Family Meal Deals, Popcorn, Ice Cream and Real Fruit Slushy Drinks!

Learn more at www.wheatridgepoultry.com

West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar

Come on in for happy hour every Tuesday-Friday from 5-6 p.m. Looking for a weekend happy hour? Join us Friday-Saturday from 8-9 p.m.

We can also add some excitement to your Wednesday! Every Wednesday West West 29th Ave. Restaurant & Bar offers 50% bottles of wine (on special).

West 29th Salon

Check out this great deal that is being offered! You can receive a free haircut when booking a full color service. See the promo!

West 29th Salon is also hiring. Under new management, West 29th Salon is looking to add another licensed hairstylist to their team. This is a great opportunity for a new stylist or someone relocating. Plenty of walk-in opportunities to build clientele. West 29th Salon is a commission based salon, percentages will be based on experience. You can text Bernie at 720-439-0006 or call the shop at 303-927-71778 to set up and immediate interview. West 29th Salon also has room for nail/pedi tech, massage and eyelashes. Use the information above to set up an interview today.

Shop Local Wheat Ridge

Shop Local Wheat Ridge

Localworks is a partner with the City of Wheat Ridge and our local businesses to advance the Wheat Ridge as a vibrant and sustainable place to live and work. Part of what makes Wheat Ridge Special are the small businesses that not only provide residents with unique and original creations, but also contribute to our local economy. Localworks strives to assist in the economic development of Wheat Ridge, alongside our small businesses and business owners. “The purpose of local development is to build the capacity of a defined area to improve its economic future and the quality of life for inhabitants.”

“When you shop local, you're making a personal investment in your neighborhood and community. In fact, for every $100 spent, roughly $68 to $73 of it returns to local activity. Money is kept in the community because locally-owned businesses often purchase from other local businesses, service providers, and farms.”

Why is it important to shop local?

“When you shop local, you’re making a personal investment in your neighborhood and community. In fact, for every $100 spent, roughly $68 to $73 of it returns to local activity. Money is kept in the community because locally-owned businesses often purchase from other local businesses, service providers, and farms.” 

Shopping locally stimulates our local economy and in turn helps sustain Wheat Ridge’s unique character and personality. “Small local businesses are the largest employers nationally. In fact, since the 1970s, more than 65% of new jobs have come from the rise in small business.

Not only do small businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they’re also the customers of local businesses themselves.” 

Local business owners provide significant support for non-profits, like Localworks, as well. In fact, non-profits receive as much as 350% more money from local shops than non-locally owned businesses. 

Shopping local also reduces our environmental impact. To learn more about shopping local and sustainability please visit https://sustainableconnections.org/why-buy-local/.

Some Wheat Ridge businesses, and those in the surrounding areas, are making an effort to eliminate food insecurity in our community. Whether you support said local businesses, or donate food yourself. The impact YOU can make is remarkable. 

Food Insecurity and Resources to Help

What is food insecurity?

Food insecurity is the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or limited or uncertain ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways.

Food insecurity can affect anyone. Unfortunately, many people in America struggle to meet their basic needs, which increases their risk of food insecurity. For example, lay-offs at work, unexpected car maintenance, or an accident can suddenly force a family to choose between buying food and paying bills. The causes of food insecurity are complex (www.feedingamerica.org).

Are you or someone you know struggling with food insecurity? We hope this page can provide some resources for our community members; however, please note that this is not an all encompassing list. More resources and information can be found on these sites: 

Local and sustainable businesses to check out!

THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST OF LOCAL WHEAT RIDGE BUSINESSES

If you or someone you know would like to be included on this list please contact Adison at awash@wearelocalworks.org. We are seeking businesses that are locally owned and operated, have a commitment to contributing to our community’s sustainability efforts and are frequently/would like to be involved in community events. We are here to promote all businesses that allow residents to “shop local”! We can’t wait to hear from you. 

Wheat Ridge Poultry:

For this information and more please visit https://wheatridgepoultry.com/

What is Wheat Ridge Poultry?

Wheat Ridge Poultry is a local, sustainable and family-run butcher right here in our community. They got their start in 1942 as a family run poultry farm offering fresh chickens, turkey and eggs. They still use many of their original equipment and building hardware to this day! Wheat Ridge Poultry are whole animal butchers that work directly with producers/growers. They have fresh cuts daily, smoked and cured meats, sausages and bacon, as well as produce. They take pride in the fact that they have developed strong relationships with local ranchers and farmers to ensure that they bring the highest-quality, locally sourced products in Wheat Ridge. 

Wheat Ridge Poultry are local champions. They are invested in our community and believe that the only way to do business is by giving back. They are committed to helping make Wheat Ridge a better place. They host a Community Fridge Project and Weekly Food Pantry deliveries. They also are committed to having zero waste. Scraps and Bones that would normally be dumped in a landfill are: used to produce raw pet food, donated to local animal sanctuaries and used to feed the tigers at the downtown Denver Aquarium. 

Community Fridge: 

Wheat Ridge Poultry are proud to host the first community fridge in our community. The fridge and pantry are supported by community members who wish to share their food with others who are in need. The fridge is open to anyone who needs food or has extra to donate. 

Food Pantry assistance: 

Regardless of your position in life, everyone deserves access to fresh, high-quality, locally sourced and sustainably raised products. They currently work with 5 local food pantries to help feed over 1,000 families in our community!

Local Producers & Growers: 

They strive to work with local producers and growers to help support our local food system.  If you know of a local product that would be great in our store, send them an email at info@wheatridgepoultry.com

Bag Credit Program:

Their Bag Credit Program has helped raise funds for community schools, school supplies, and sports teams.  Plus, you Save Money too!

Holiday Meals: 

Each year we donate more than 100 complete holiday meals to neighbors in need.  Your continued support helps us help them.

Community Support: 

It is our mission to help our community! 

From fundraisers to the community fridge, we continue to find ways to give back.

If you would like to learn more about any of their support please click here or email info@wehatridgepoultry.com

How can I support Wheat Ridge Poultry?

There are many ways that you can support Wheat Ridge Poultry, but to put it simply, shop local! Visit The COOP & Kitchen at 5650 W 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO. The COOP & Kitchen at Wheat Ridge Poultry is an indoor market that brings together farmers, ranchers, and food producers to bring attention to the importance of eating local, supporting local, and shopping local.  

The COOP is OPEN TO ALL SHOPPERS! 

“A community food system is designed to support local growers and producers, packagers and distributors, residents of all needs, assist in building a better environment and work towards ending food waste and food insecurity.

Local producers and processors are real people in our community growing and packaging real products that can benefit our community and ensure that our food supply is one that allows enough for everyone.

Our mission is to help make the switch from large and convenient, and cheap to small, local, and fair.” 

 

Five Fridges Farm:

For this information and more please visit https://www.5fridgesfarm.com/ 

 

What is Five Fridges Farm?

Located at 11100 W 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO, Five Fridges Farm is a local, sustainable and accessible farm right here in Wheat Ridge. Five Fridges Farm “strives to research and practice realistic local solutions to the issues in our current food system: access, waste, taste, environment, soil/range management, water use, and land conservation.” 

This farm was originally known as Red Wing Ranch, owned by Earnestine and Walt Williams from the 1930’s to the mid 1990’s. They raised steer, hogs, chickens, and later goats! In 2010, Amanda Weaver began working with then-owner Louise Turner, a long-time Wheat Ridge resident and farm neighbor. In 2011, Amanda took over as the new owner of the 13-acre sustainable urban farm and began renovations on the old farmhouse.  During renovations, refrigerators of all ages and sizes were removed from every room of the 800 square foot farmhouse. Hence, the name 5 Fridges Farm.

Amanda is a local Wheat Ridge resident. While finishing a dissertation on the viability of local food production in Colorado, Amanda apprenticed Turner with dairy goats in the urban environment. While teaching at CU Denver, she now maintains dairy and weed grazing herds, flocks of chickens and turkeys, hives of bees, as well as growing a variety of vegetables for local restaurant sales. Amanda uses her farm as her research lab and classroom, teaching urban agriculture, sustainability, and environmental science. 

The city has grown up and around the farm since Earnestine’s time. But Five Fridges Farm has a totally unique opportunity for “urban agriculture.” The city will continue to grow around the farm, but the farm will remain the same as Earnestine established a conservation easement on the land known as the William’s Wildlife Preserve. This is managed by Colorado Open Lands. The farm is protected for agriculture use and wildlife habitat forever! The land cannot be subdivided or built on outside the envelope of the currently existing building. Earnestine wanted to conserve the place she loved for future generations to enjoy. Though it is privately owned, it is monitored every year to ensure that the conservation values are maintained.

The farm works closely with Colorado Open Lands to promote information about conserved lands by holding events at the farm as well as participating in Conserved Colorado – a website listing products and services available at locally conserved farms. For more information on privately conserved land, please see the Colorado Open Lands website.”

5 Fridges Farm has a 3BL Evaluation for Projects (triple bottom line) 

Social: Provide and maintain healthy habitats and diets for animals and insects

Financial: Be local and financially sustainable 

Environmental: promote and sustain the land they live on

5 Fridges farm partners with many businesses within the Wheat Ridge community and the surrounding areas. Here is a list with links of all the current partners of 5 Fridges Farm. 

How can I support 5 Fridges Farm?

There are many ways that you can support 5 Fridges Farm, but to put it simply, shop local! You can buy directly from 5 Fridges Farm on their website. You can also take cheese or poultry classes

If you have any questions about the farm, how you can support them, or how they can help you please click here to contact Amanda.

All Seasons Holiday Market:

What is the All Seasons Holiday Market? 

Located at 7200 W 38th Ave, All Seasons Holiday Market is similar to a farmer’s market you’d see outside, but instead moved indoors to accommodate their vendors and customers all year long. All Seasons Holiday Market is a unique shop full of gifts, foods and holiday decor while supporting many local Colorado vendors. They are home to over 30 individual vendors with all types of products as well as something special each specific holiday. You can find anything from unique greeting cards to resin art, coffee, hand blown glass figures and so  much more.

All Seasons Holiday Market carries local products and supports local creators. Lana Austen, opened her business five years ago. Before owning All Seasons, Lana was hustling at other markets selling her honey she makes from keeping bees! You can still purchase Lana’s honey today in her shop! Lana describes her shop as a family, they are a community of people that support each other not only professionally but, but also personally. 

All Seasons Holiday Market is very active in our community. They participate in all sorts of events, from a Localworks Live Local event to the Carnation Festival, Wheat Ridge Farmers market and more. They are involved with the Wheat Ridge Chamber of Commerce, the Grange and Kiwanis club as well. Over the years, they have hosted a community yard sale for the neighborhood each year and donate to a local food bank.

All Seasons Holiday market is a unique place, not many small businesses can say they are home to over 30 other small business vendors. The shop allows vendors to be able to affordably sell their products. Lana says, “[All Seasons Holiday Market’s] sustainability vision is to provide goods and services to the community while supporting the small businesses that create them.” 

How can I support All Seasons Holiday Market?

There are many ways that you can support All Seasons Holiday Market, but to put it simply, shop local! You can buy directly from All Seasons Holiday Market’s shop, located at 7200 W 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033, or stop by and see them at their varying booths at community events. 

If you have any questions about the shop, how you can support them, or how they can help you please call (720) 295-4642. 



THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST OF LOCAL WHEAT RIDGE BUSINESSES

If you or someone you know would like to be included on this list please contact Adison at awash@wearelocalworks.org. We are seeking businesses that are locally owned and operated, have a commitment to contributing to our community’s sustainability efforts and are frequently/would like to be involved in community events. We are here to promote all businesses that allow residents to “shop local”! We can’t wait to hear from you. 

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