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simpsca

Dec 10, 2012, 3:11 PM

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Grand Opening Saturday Market Dec. 15

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"El Mercado" - The Market

Saturdays 10 - 1 PM
at “El Hole In One”
“El Mercado” will specialize in unique independent businesses….
-Friendly environment,
-Locals can buy quality arts, crafts and food products,
Created by local designers and makers!

“GRAND OPENING” Saturday, Dec 15
“Christmas Special” Saturday, Dec 22

Interested in being a vendor?
For more info or to reserve a spot contact: or SaturdayMarketAjijic@gmail.com


(This post was edited by DavidMcL on Dec 10, 2012, 5:26 PM)



simpsca

Dec 13, 2012, 6:39 AM

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Re: [simpsca] Grand Opening Saturday Market Dec. 15

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Don't forget the Holiday Season is here - a great place to buy gifts.

And BigDaddy will be there!


sanjuan

Dec 13, 2012, 7:53 AM

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We are sure getting a lot of new markets that are outside of the regular stores. Most of them are very popular so there must be a need for them.


simpsca

Dec 14, 2012, 6:46 AM

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I like all the home made food products - prepared meals, Big Daddy's corned beef, Barbie's key lime pie. And I love the hand made crafts and for most of these vendors you can't find things like this in stores. Each market has a different orientation. Some focus on fresh produce or organic, others allow everything. This one is hand made crafts and food products only.


simpsca

Dec 14, 2012, 7:49 PM

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Just to name a few vendors in addition to Big Daddy, we have Barbie Cheesecake, oriental food, lots of jewelry, knitted items, handmade cards, Christmas decorations, vintage costume jewelry and paintings and more!


esperanza

Dec 15, 2012, 2:22 PM

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Many of the vendors at this market are offering products for sale that appeal to the foreign community. I'm assuming that at least some of the vendors are foreigners. I'd be interested to know whether those who are "visitors" in Mexico have work permits and report income to Hacienda. Just curious.

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DavidHF

Dec 15, 2012, 2:52 PM

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Were you there today? I know SOME do have permits.


CanuckBob


Dec 16, 2012, 12:47 PM

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Might be best to ask them yourself to satisfy your curiosity......

Bob
Inside Lakeside
http://www.insidelakeside.com


esperanza

Dec 17, 2012, 9:07 AM

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CanuckBob, I live in Mexico City and rarely visit Ajijic or the Lakeside area. When I did live there, eight or nine years ago, working without benefit of a permit in situations of this kind was relatively common. It's a new age, though, and Immigration is much wiser now than it used to be. So I am just curious to know if the old practices have changed.

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CanuckBob


Dec 17, 2012, 2:06 PM

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I doubt immigration is actually any wiser nor has much changed. This is Mexico after all......jajaja.

Bob
Inside Lakeside
http://www.insidelakeside.com


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