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“Park View Holiday Market returns to Hook Hall this Sunday, Dec 4!” (and December 11)


“Machee Creates (left) at 2021 Park View Holiday Market (photo: Park View Market)”

From an email:

“The Park View Market returns to Hook Hall this December for their third holiday market series. Hosted in partnership with District Bridges, the Park View Holiday Market will feature more than 50 local artisans, makers, and specialty food vendors over the two-day market series. The market will be held at a new day and time this year, from 4-7pm on Sunday, December 4 and 11.

 

Over the last three years, Park View Holiday Market established itself as a one-stop shop for customers to find unique, locally made gifts, and to meet and support small vendors from their community. Among the vendors visitors can expect to find are Little Acre Flowers, Trini Pepper Sauce, Wild Places Prints, Chinese Street Market, Down2Earth Pottery, Eco-Lit Candles, Dwell Tea Co., Body Scrubs by Rebeca, The Om Room, Zenit Journals, and Lei Musubi.

Earlier this month, the Park View Market team announced this year’s holiday market would be their final market, as they look to pursue other ventures. 

“We are so grateful for all the support our little market received the last few years. We could never have pulled any of this off (launching a brand new market concept in the middle of a pandemic) without the incredible Park View community. And seeing how many amazing vendors the market was able to lift up and introduce to new customers – it made it all worth it,” said market manager, Rebecca Bailey. 

With appearances from Santa, seasonal cocktails from Hook Hall, and “an atmosphere guaranteed to get anyone in the holiday spirit,” Bailey added that they’re hoping to make their ‘last hurrah’ the best market yet.”

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