Georgetown Market Celebrates Local Roots
Georgetown Market, the locally owned health food market in the Lafayette Square area, recently marked their 42nd year serving the community. The celebration highlighted store offerings— including live juicing demos by owner Rick Montieth—and local vendors. Lick Ice Cream, Hidden Pond, Presto Kombucha, Tokyo Cheesecake, Skinny Coconut Oil, Clenapure, Brick House dressings, Needmore Oatcakes and Salsa Me Krazy participated in the event.
Their next cooking class for holiday fun is Festive Drinks and Party Fare Foods, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on December 2. Teacher Barb Slegers-Hudson will demonstrate how to make “juiced” cocktails, healing non-dairy warming drinks and party food. This is a hands-on cooking class where participants bring their own chef knife and cooking board.
As one of the original natural and health food markets in Indianapolis, they have continued to expand their offerings of local items and sponsorship of classes that support healthy lifestyles. The market offers local items such as Kombucha, organic groceries, specialty diet items and herbal supplements. Georgetown Market also offers a juice and smoothie bar, snacks and a deli, and wellness classes in their upstairs classroom, including cooking classes and educational health classes.
Admission for cooking class: $25, registration is required. All ages are welcome. Location: 4375 Georgetown Rd., Indianapolis. Classes are listed on their website calendar. For more information, call 317-293-9525 or visit GeorgetownMarket.com.