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Holiday Bazaar/Marketplace + AfroBeat Groove
Celebrate black diaspora culture and artists in Seattle at this inaugural market featuring handcrafted jewelry, Ankara prints, and more from black women-owned businesses. Plus, a live DJ will spin Afrobeat music and local restaurants will keep you sated with bites.
South Side Commons, Columbia City
Holiday Show and Sale
Shop clay art and goods for your friends and families.
Seward Park Clay Studio, Rainier Valley
Witches' Night Out Market
Find a mystical gift from local vendors for the witches nearest to your heart.
When you purchase a holiday gift at this market, your proceeds will benefit any number of local and global charities.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center, Seattle Center
Henry Holiday Sale
Buy art and stocking stuffers for your friends and loved ones by the locally beloved mural painter and artist Ryan "Henry" Ward, depicter of goofily bug-eyed goofy walruses and ostriches and fish and wizards.
Vermillion, Capitol Hill
Hilltop Holiday Craft Show
Shop for holiday gifts from over 60 local crafters.
Pilchuck Holiday Sale
Shop ceramics, glass art, and other crafts for the holidays.
Pilchuck Seattle, Pioneer Square
Annual Fair Trade Market
Pick up gifts from fair-trade vendors, including handmade wreaths from L'Arche.
Urban Grace, Tacoma
Not to knock quaint community Christmas tree displays, but this inaugural event at the Mariners' home base looks like it's going to raise the standards for holiday light spectacles by a lot. Safeco Field will be transformed into a magnificent winter wonderland complete with the "world's largest Christmas light maze" (which you can explore via an ice skating trail), seasonal concessions, live entertainment, and an artisan Christmas market.
Safeco Field, Sodo
Handmade for the Holidays: A Cozy Explosion
Admire and purchase ceramic plates, bowls, mugs, and more, plus works by artisans in media like jewelry, leather, wood, and more.
Saltstone Ceramics, Wallingford
Holiday Market at Westlake Park
A trip downtown during the holidays beckons a visit to Urban Craft Uprising's annual market, where you'll find all sorts of handmade gifts throughout the season.
Westlake Park, Downtown
HYEI Studio Launch Party
Shop apparel, sneakers, and accessories at this HYEI studio pop-up by Guillermo Bravo x SILVAE. Stay on for a dance party into the wee hours.
LoveCityLove, Capitol Hill
King Street Makers Market
Shop from over 50 Pacific Northwest makers at this holiday gift pop-up.
King Street Makers Market, Chinatown-International District
24th Annual Nature Shop Open House
Snag some gifts for the nature-lover in your life while simultaneously enjoying homemade cookies, apple cider, and organic coffee. There will also be crafting activities to keep your children entertained while you shop.
Seattle Audubon Society, Wedgwood
Arboretum Holiday Sale
Find great gifts for all the plant parents you know, from botanical decorations to wreaths and specialty items. There will also be hot drinks and kids' activities.
Washington Park Arboretum, Montlake
Deck the Walls
Five local galleries will boast over 20 local arts and craft vendors for a one-day holiday shopping event. Find sculptures, prints, and more.
Edmonds 2018 Holiday Market
Shop for gifts from 40 vendors offering produce, holiday greenery, wine, cider, baked goods, sweet treats, and other gifts.
Fifth Avenue North, Edmonds
Local artists and craftspeople will sell candy, textiles, woodwork, jewelry, hats, mosaics, and much more while Laura Silverstein plays finger-picking tunes in the background.
The Royal Room, Columbia City
Holiday Fashion Trunk Show with A.Oei Studio
Check out cool, modern styles from local designers A.Oei Studio at this holiday trunk show while you enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks.
Indigenous Family Day
Meet indigenous creators and buy their work, listen to the library Artists in Residence Native Kut, Roldy Aguero Ablao, and Fox Spears in a panel discussion, and watch Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World at this family-friendly day celebrating Native art.
Central Library, Downtown
Juanita Holiday Bazaar
Find unique gifts from over 50 vendors. You can also enter raffles and bid on auction items.
Juanita Elementary School, Kirkland
Kino Artist Alley
Support local artists by shopping at this holiday market and enjoying a live performance by the geeky talents of Seattle Video Game Orchestra & Choir.
Kinokuniya Bookstore, Chinawtown-International District
Queen City Holiday Pop Up Market
Shop for everything from jewelry to vintage goods from local, womxn-run businesses. Plus, enjoy live jazz, soul food, and festive drinks.
Central Area Senior Center, Leschi
Rainier Beach Arts & Crafts Market
Local artists and artisans will sell their woodwork, ceramics, jewelry, sculptures, artisanal foods, and more for all your crafty gift needs.
Rainier Beach Community Club, Rainier Valley
ReRunRoom Holiday Shindig
Shop vintage and handmade gifts, decor, furniture, and jewelry at this holiday market, where you can also get a holiday-themed caricature of your face drawn by local artist Terra DeHart, enter raffles to support Planned Parenthood, and enjoy festive refreshments. The first 10 people in the door will get a free tote bag.
ReRunRoom, Capitol Hill
Savor Snoqualmie Holiday Bazaar
Warm up with coffee, soup, and homemade baked goods while you shop for crafty gifts from local makers.
Sno-Valley Senior Center, Snoqualmie
Shop-O-Rama: Local Artist Craft Fair
Welcome the newest museum-set art fair in the city, featuring Santa photos and swag to buy from local makers.
Wing Luke Museum, Chinatown-International District
St. Peter's Holiday Market
Shop Japanese American-inspired gifts, as well as ready-to-enjoy goods like sushi and baked goods. Children's book author Sanae Ishida will stop by to read stories, including Ninja Grandma: An Adventure with Little Kunoichi the Ninja Girl. Father Christmas (not to be confused with Santa Claus) will also make an appearance.
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Chinatown-International District
Tree Lighting Festival and Holiday Market
Enjoy performances from local dance groups and choirs, make arts and crafts, shop from a holiday market, witness a tree lighting, and send your kids to take photos with Santa by his fire truck.
Kenmore City Hall
38th Annual Winter Festival & Crafts Fair
Scoop up one-of-a-kind gifts for your loved ones from over 120 makers. Don't forget to bring canned food donations for FamilyWorks Food Resource Center.
Phinney Neighborhood Association
United Indians Art Market
Discover clothing, jewelry, drums, and art from local Native makers, watch Native performances, and feast at a salmon bake.
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, Magnolia
Unity of Bellevue Arts & Crafts Fair
Find jewelry, cards and calendars, art and photography, holiday plants and decor, and more suitable gifts.
Unity of Bellevue
Urban Craft Uprising 2018 Winter Show
You're bound to find something special for a loved one or for yourself at the winter edition of "Seattle’s largest indie craft show," which features over 150 artsy vendors.
Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
The Annual DIY Holiday Fair
The Vera Project and Hollow Earth Radio will team up for their 11th annual DIY Holiday Fair, where you can shop from lo-fi record, tape, and CD labels, zine makers and small presses, crafters, and more.
Vera Project, Seattle Center
Ballard Library Record Sale
Nerd out over collectible rock, pop, funk, and soul records at this sale.
Seattle Public Library, Ballard
December Macabre Market
Embrace your dark side by shopping for jewelry, art, and clothing from unusual vendors like the Tinkers Daughter, Game of Threads: A Store of Dice and Attire, Foggy Moon Pottery, Junkyard Witch, and many others.
Mercury, Capitol Hill
Holiday Sale of Handicrafts & Baked Treats
Find everything from prayer flags and incense to art prints and clothing at this holiday market and bake sale.
Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism, Greenwood
Mog & Grog
Shop for the art lovers in your life at this pop-up with local artists like Ben Johnson, Carrie Grula, Erin Kantola, and Katie Dean while you enjoy holiday treats and libations. When you're done buying things, stick around for all-ages activities like holiday movie screenings and live glassblowing demos.
Museum of Glass, Tacoma
Mourning Market: Seattle's Premiere Dark Themed Market
Need to make your living space a little more ghoulish? Find everything you need from local vendors, and wear your gothiest outfit while you shop.
El Corazón, Eastlake