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5th Annual ‘Salem Holiday Market’

Two days of New England’s best Makers at the 5h Annual ‘Salem Holiday Market’
Hosted by New England Open Markets at Salem Old Town Hall,
December 16th & 17th, 2017 11am – 6pm

The Salem Holiday Market is an annual 2-day indie craft show in the heart of downtown historic Salem MA, featuring over 90 of the best local and regional designers and artists around New England. The Salem Holiday Market will be held at the beautifully historic Old Town Hall with two floors of handmade and artisan goods. From vintage homegoods to hand-stitched apparel and more, this year’s Salem Holiday Market is filled amazingly talented creators. 

Artists to note:

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

Hasting Studios: Husband and wife Illustrators who maintain their own styles and processes for making art, while showing it together as a couple.

Morrison Mae: Handcrafted jewelry constructed primarily from Sterling Silver, Gold and copper, often featuring some of Mother Nature's most beautiful semi-precious stones. 

Science Boutique: Scientifically accurate jewelry.
James Polisky Silkscreen Art: Original drawings and designs, hand printed silkscreen on paper and wood.

Who: 5th Annual Salem Holiday Market
When: December 16th & 17th, 2017 11am – 6pm
Where: Salem Old Town Hall, 93 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970

Logistical Information
The Salem Holiday Market at Salem Old Town Hall is easily accessible via the Commuter Rail's Newburyport/Rockport Line and six MBTA bus lines.

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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