Shop Local: Kingston’s Holiday Markets

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The countdown to Christmas is officially on and this is the perfect time to share all of the goodness that Kingston’s makers have to offer. Thanks to a few very festive markets
— you can easily support local and treat loved ones this season. Scroll down to see where you can find your locally sourced Christmas gifts.

Kingston Holiday Market – 274 Princess Street – Saturday, November 18th (Open for 6 weekends)
From locally made chocolate and jewelry to bath products, furniture and more! Some of my favourite Kingston makers will be here!
Keep up on Instagram: @kingstonholidaymarket

Holiday Market at the Tett– 370 King Stret West – Thursday, November 30 (4-7), Friday December 1 (11am-7pm), Saturday December 2 (11am-5pm), Sunday December 3 (11am-3pm)
This is the second year the Tett is hosting this market featurinf 12 artists, makers and local merchants. Find vendors like Shiva’s Delight, Rhicreations, Handbags from Enright Cattle and more in the Rehearsal Hall on the second floor.

Fat Goose Holiday Craft Fair 2017 at Grant Hall on Queen’s Campus – Friday, Dec. 1 (5pm-9pm) and Dec. 2 (10am-4pm)
Bring a $2 admission and enjoy all of the vendors traveling from other parts of Ontario as well as Kingston. Expect more than 60 vendors who will have all you need for any friend or family member this holiday.
Keep up on Instagram: @fatgoosecraftfair

Kingston Outdoor Christmas Market  at The Hochelaga Inn – Dec. 8 – Dec. 10
Bundle up, grab a hot beverage and enjoy the beautiful architecture of the historical Hochelaga Inn while checking off your Christmas gift list.  There is no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than shopping at an outdoor market!
Keep up on Instagram: @hochelagainn



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