Two holiday markets with over 20 local vendors at Massachusetts Avenue Project

When it comes to holiday markets, Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) has certainly got a unique, wholesome, and gratifying selection of items to choose from. That’s because its curated selection of vendors is dedicated to creating a plethora of thoughtful items that are perfect for the people on your gift-giving list this holiday season. Items at the market, which is being held on two Thursdays in December, range from colorful DIY dye kits to offerings of small batch fire cider.

Pop-up vendors in the 2023 market include:

  • MAP: Handmade gifts from the farm
  • Aura & Soul Floral Studio: Bouquets, arrangements, pressed floral prints, plants, etc.
  • Bisous: Paintings, holiday cards, terrariums, etc.
  • Breva Kitchen: Columbian food
  • Drops of Joon: Wood earrings, ornaments, cutting boards and canvases
  • Earth to Renn: Macrame plant hangers, wall hangings, crocheted gifts, etc.
  • Ernie’s Pop Shop: Popsicles and Chica de Piña – a traditional Ecuadorian beverage
  • His&His Studio: Handmade jewelry
  • Melon R Studio: Illustrated greeting cards, stationary and wall prints
  • Mimi’s Posies: Succulents, dried flowers and ornaments
  • Mulberry Garden’s Honey: Honey products
  • Najah Corporation: Chai lattes, cookies, dried fruit, sauces and spices
  • Nickel City Floral: Floral wreaths, tapestries and DIY kits
  • Postmouse Toys & Crafts: Educational toys, crafts, home decor
  • Pressed nails by Hannah: Luxury press on nails
  • Raindrop remedies: Mystic gifts, candles, vegan and gluten free confections
  • Snail Forest Pottery: Bee and botanical themed pottery
  • Soma Ashram: Ayurveda and yoga therapy gift certificates, sound bowls, etc.
  • The Seamstress House NY: Clothing, handbags and towels
  • WNYAC: Armenian pastries and food

“The Massachusetts Avenue Project is hosting two holiday markets with over 20 local vendors – set up both indoors and outdoors. Visitors can enjoy a wide selection of handmade goods including jewelry, pottery, bath soaks, dye kits, plant hangers, candles and much more. Food and beverage will be diverse and delicious including a popular Ecuadorian drink, traditional Colombian food, and Armenian pastries!” – MAP

WHERE: MAP’s Urban Farm & Community Food Training Center located at 387 Massachusetts Avenue

WHEN: Thursdays, December 7 and 15 | 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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