Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market returns to showcase local gems

Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market
The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market opens Nov. 19.
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The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market is one of those sought-after traditions that many flock to on a mission to find one-of-a-kind gifts, sweet and savory snacks, and more opportunities to find some holiday cheer. And in 2022, the event is back to transform Dilworth Park into a Winter Wonderland.

Beginning next Saturday, Nov. 19, the annual pop-up will return for the season until Sunday, Jan. 1. Throughout the venue, Philadelphians can sort through an assortment of local offerings spanning artwork, home goods, ornaments, sweets, toys, apparel, jewelry, decorations, and more all from locals with a creative touch.

Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market
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“[The] Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market is returning for the 2022 season – with local vendors from the city and tri-state region showcasing their handmade gifts,” said market organizer Thomas Bauer in a statement. “By buying unique goods at our market at Dilworth Park, visitors get the chance to support diverse artists as well as local small businesses from all over the Greater Philadelphia area. As always, we have amazing vendors returning for the 2022 season in addition to new crafters joining the market. We’re excited to share the most wonderful time of the year with all our visitors.”

Highlighted local vendors include Tuck-Ins (inside-out s’mores,) Astro Vinyl Art, City Totes, Really Real Ginger, The Philly Tarot Deck, Tiger Snake Vintage and many more.

On top of the local creatives offering their crafts and items for sale, food and spirits will also be offered on site. For one, Philly Phamous Foods will be serving up local favorites such as roast pork sandwiches, locally crafted sodas/ snacks and much more.

Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market
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The Market will be back in conjunction with other attractions like the Rothman Orthopaedics Ice Rink, the Rothman Orthopaedics Cabin, the “Deck the Hall” Light Show presented by Independence Blue Cross, and the Wintergarden at Dilworth Park. Along with the Christmas Village vendors in the City Hall Courtyard and North Broad section, a release states.

A full list of vendors, offerings and hours (which will differ on holidays) follow @philaholidays on Instagram, like Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market on Facebook and visit madeinphila.com for more information. 

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