Purchase lunch items, seasonal crafts, baked goods, homemade dips and salsas, and fresh produce at the annual Rehab Without Walls (RWW) Farmers Market, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17. Rehab Without Walls is located at 7227 N. 16th St.

RWW’s clients are people who have sustained brain or spinal cord injuries. They work the event, side by side with their therapists. Some, if not all, of the vegetables are donated by local farmers.

The crafts are made by RWW’s patients, staff, and people in the community. Many of the baked goods and other food items are especially prepared by local men and women who love to cook and these items are their specialties. The tamales are donated by The Tamale Store. A local band provides entertainment.

The proceeds from this event benefit camps and programs for brain and spinal cord injury survivors. For more information, call 602-943-1012.


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