Whew! You made it through the 25th. Now it’s time to time to treat yourself to a little “make it, bake it, grow it” goodness for a healthy mind, body and spirit in the New Year.
Bahia Chiropractic – Meet Erik A. Fulfer, a third generation, board certified chiropractor, who not only makes house calls, but who adjusts patients from all over the world underneath his shaded tent at the OTFM-TC. 322-182-5045 or www.bahiachiropractic.com
Golden Hands Massage – Salatiel Trujillo Denova is a professional therapist with over 12 years’ experience in Alphabiotic Alignment and Medical Biomagnetism. His therapies promote relaxation, circulation and balance. Visit Salatiel at his Vallarta location (Luis Donaldo Colosio 251). Facebook
Cooperativa Germinal – If you’re a honey lover, be sure to stop by to pick up a jar of Vallarta’s best. Honey has been proven to heal wounds and fight against allergies, bacterial infections and acid reflux.
Luis Romero – Nothing adds life to your surroundings like plants. Be sure to stop by Luis Romero’s stand for a variety of lush potted plants and flowers. Don’t forget to pick up some edible herbs as they will add a little “giddy up” to your daily activities.
Shining Sprouts – Fabiola Lopez Polo features homegrown sprouted lentils, a tasty snack or addition to any salad or sandwich. Sprouts offer protein for healthy hair, skin and bones as well as fats and carbohydrates for cell energy. 322-152-0903 or Facebook
Begoña Sandalias – If you love beach sandals, be sure to stop by Begoña Sandalias. You’ll find “all the trimmings” on these high quality, stylish and comfortable must-haves. Facebook
Erica Maree – Inspired by the colors of Mexico, Erica Maree fashions fashion-forward handbags and accessories from hand-embroidered Oaxaca dresses, oil cloth and indigenous beading. www.ericamaree.com or Facebook
Ollin Mexica – Cristel Reimink and Heriberto Saucedo blend the artistry of silver jewelry-making and the beauty of natural gemstones, pearls and beads to create distinctive jewelry and décor. 322-160-2747
Impassioned by responsible food production, entrepreneurial development and the “buy local” movement, our OTFM-TC is a North American style market celebrating the tradition of Mexico’s tianguis markets. Stop by for home décor, fashions, accessories, farm-fresh produce, international cuisine and ready-to-eat foods. Located in Lazaro Cárdenas Park, the OTFM-TC is open every Saturday from 9:30 am to 2 pm from the first Saturday in November to the last Saturday in May. Visit us on www.oldtownfm.com or Facebook.
“Happy New Year” from all of us at the OTFM-TC!