Sonnewald Realizes Educational Goal




Sonnewald Natural Foods has opened a booth at York’s historic Central Market in collaboration with Sonnewald Life Institute on First Fridays, open from 5 to 9 p.m. on the first Friday of each month.  It’s a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, nightlife hotspots and special events offering refreshments, promotions and live entertainment.

Sonnewald has a vision to make a significant difference in the health, sustainability and regenerative efforts of York city. The focus of the booth is education, with an extensive selection of free literature and publications. Central Market is both a grassroots commercial operation and a community gathering place. It is the economic and social heart of the city.

Location: 34 W. Philadelphia St., York. For more information, visit www.centralmarketyork.com or sonnewald.org.

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