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3rd Annual ‘South Boston Holiday Market’

Celebrating the 3rd Annual ‘South Boston Holiday Market’
Hosted by New England Open Markets and the Innovation and Design Building,
December 9, 2017 11am – 6pm

A cheerful one-day event that brings together the best of New England, under one roof, in South Boston’s hip and trendy design district. Over 95 of the region’s top independent artists, makers, designers and food crafters will be selling their unique handmade goods. Back for it's third year, the South Boston Holiday market is the perfect place for handmade holiday gifts.

In addition to the makers, the South Boston Holiday Market boasts four Container Restaurants serving up yummy gourmet eats. What's a container restaurant? It's only the coolest new concept... think Food Trucks, minus the wheels! From hand dyed wools to hand-hammered steel creations, this year’s South Boston Holiday Market is gleaming with rising artisans. 

Artists to note:

Mae Chevrette: Custom designed, hand hammered and welded steel and aluminum picture frames, cribbage boards, and accessories.

The Wavertree Company: Midcentury inspired minimalist shelving in rounded teardrop shapes.

Abby Berkson Ceramics: Beautifully handcrafted ceramics influenced by childrens book illustration and by the love of all things cute.

Lovepop: Intricate 3D paper sculpture greeting cards hand-crafted in the Asian art form of sliceform kirigami.
Who: 3rd Annual South Boston Holiday Market
When: December 9th, 2017 11am – 6pm
Where: Innovation and Design Building, 21 Drydock Avenue Boston, MA 02210
Admission: FREE

Logistical Information
The South Boston Holiday Market at the Innovation and Design Building is easily accessible via the Silver line MBTA.

The best resources for real time information about The Market are the market’s website and various social channels:
Twitter: @neopenmarkets
Instagram: @neopenmarkets
Snapchat: @neopenmarkets


About New England Open Markets
New England Open Markets serves over 1200 small businesses yearly, providing them with a venue for their talents and wares, and for the public, a unique shopping experience. Buyers meet the makers, the growers, the chefs, and learn a bit about the goods they are purchasing, where they originated, and how they were created. The vendors themselves, from all over New England and beyond, enjoy a supportive community of like-minded craftspeople, artisans and designers. The authenticity that can be found in the handmade and the independent give a refreshing choice to those in search of the individual. The mission of New England Open Markets is to support that movement.


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