The Holiday Makers Market makes its return to Southwest Orange County from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.
The market will feature more than 50 local artists and crafters offering their unique holiday items for the season like handcrafted pottery items, artwork and jewelry, along with other creations made of glass, metal, textiles, wood and paper.
For the eco-minded shoppers, creatively up-cycled and artistically re-purposed gifts will also be highlighted.
“Our amazing makers and artists have been working hard all year to bring you one-of-a-kind pieces and favorite holiday finds that are made locally in Central Florida,” said the market's director, Maria Murphy in a press release.
The market is an opportunity for art lovers to not only support local artists but also find unique and exclusive gifts for the holiday season. The event is also a family-friendly environment that will include host food trucks
St. Luke's Church is located at 4851 Apopka Vineland Road in Dr. Phillips, and admission and parking for the market are free.
For more information go to the market's website: FloridaMakersMarkets.com
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