As the holiday season approaches, here’s a great idea for those looking to find just that right item for that special person.

The Kingwood Center Gardens’ Garden & Gift Shop is gearing up to spread festive cheer with an eagerly anticipated Holiday Market. This event, taking place on November 18 and 19, promises to be a delightful experience for those looking to immerse themselves in the holiday spirit while supporting local artisans and businesses.

A Treasure Trove of Handcrafted Goods

The heart of the Holiday Market lies in its celebration of local craftsmanship. The King Ballroom will transform into a vibrant marketplace hosting nearly 20 local artisans. Visitors can expect an array of handcrafted jewelry, pottery, teas, and artwork, each piece offering a glimpse into the skill and passion of its creator. These unique and one-of-a-kind items are not just great for gifts but also perfect for those looking to add a personal touch to their holiday decorations.

Unbeatable Deals at the Garden & Gift Shop

Amidst the festive buzz, the Garden & Gift Shop itself presents an unmissable opportunity for shoppers. The Christmas Celebration Sale offers a staggering 50% discount on all items in the shop. For Kingwood members, the deals get even sweeter as they can stack an additional 10% discount on top of these savings. However, it’s worth noting that this exclusive offer doesn’t apply to consignment items, plants, or items sold by Holiday Market vendors.

Culinary Delights at Gateway Café

No shopping experience is complete without some delightful culinary treats. The Gateway Café adds to the festive atmosphere with its special “Build a Burger” offer for just $5. Patrons have the freedom to choose their own toppings, crafting a burger that perfectly suits their palate.

Event Timing and Details

The Holiday Market is scheduled to run from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM on both November 18 and 19. Find that perfect gift and celebrate community, craftsmanship, and the joyous spirit of the holiday season.

Sources: Destination Mansfield – Richland County; The Ohio State University at Mansfield – Image by Teodor Buhl from Pixabay