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Whistler’s Holiday Market: Arts, Crafts & Baked Goods

As the days get shorter and the snowline starts to creep down the mountains, it’s hard not to get excited about the upcoming holidays! If you find yourself looking for an enjoyable holiday craft market this November, look no further than the Arts Whistler Holiday Market.

You can experience the Holiday Market yourself this November 24 & 25, 2018. Browse over 100 local vendors from the Sea to Sky Corridor and beyond. Enjoy live music as your stroll through the stalls, as well as visits from Santa and the talented youth entrepreneurs of Whistler’s local Bratz Biz.

Formerly known as the Bizarre Bazaar, the Arts Whistler Holiday Market is coming back to the Whistler Conference Centre for two days of baked goods, handmade crafts, artisan gifts, and much more. If you’re looking for your one-stop-shop for early holiday shopping, this is it.

You can expect to see a variety of unique items, art, and gifts at the market, including:

  • Jewellery & Accessories
  • Christmas Decor
  • Fine Art & Photography
  • Clothing & Fabric Arts
  • Baked Goods & Food
  • Wood & Leather Work
  • Pottery & Ceramics
  • Aromatherapy & Candles
  • Body Products
  • Home Decor
  • Metal & Glass Art
  • Toys
  • Alcohol & Spirits

Whistler Arts Holiday Market

Bratz Biz

Bratz Biz is intended to empower young local artists to develop their passion for the arts into a business. You can check out some of the many talented youths and their art at the Arts Whistler Holiday Market. Bratz Biz is focused on helping kids transform their talents into a viable business and fuelling the entrepreneurial spirit.

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Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane