Find handcrafted holiday gifts at 3rd annual Holiday Artisans’ Market in Honesdale
From a press release:
On Sunday, Dec. 14, The Cooperage Project in Honesdale will host it’s third annual Holiday Artisans’ Market, featuring over two dozen talented regional artisans between the hours of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The Holiday Artisans’ Market at The Cooperage (1030 Main St., Honesdale) is a “juried” event. The members of the selection committee carefully evaluate the quality, character, and style of each applicant’s work. In addition to being handmade, materials are sourced locally and recycled when possible.
“We are thrilled by the diversity of products being offered this year. We’re lucky to have such talented artisans in our region,” said Pennell Whitney, board member of The Cooperage Project.
All products are handmade and unique. The market will have a range of artisan soaps and beauty products, handmade jewelry and apparel, holiday ornaments and festive wreaths, plants and floral arrangements, lamps made of stone, porcelain, pottery and baskets, wooden furniture and kitchenware, candles, honey, maple syrup and candy, homemade chocolates, coffee, wine, felted bags, dog coats, hand-carved wooden vases, stained glass, framed artist prints and photographs, mosaics, dried flowers, breads, cookies, yule logs and artisan pastries, and much more.
Last winter, the second annual Holiday Artisans’ Market expanded to include the second floor of The Cooperage. Since last year was such a hit, vendors will once again be spread between the the main floor and second floor.
“Whether you are looking for a unique gift item for someone special or simply shopping for yourself,” said Allaina Propst, market coordinator, “we have something for you!”
In addition to great shopping, there will be live music and product demonstrations throughout the day. The Anthill Farm Kitchen will be serving hot farm-to-table snacks and meals. WJFF Radio Catskill, located on the second floor of The Cooperage, will be having an open house and offering studio tours from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
The Cooperage Project is a nonprofit organization that seeks to build community through performance, learning, and good times and good works. For more information, visit thecooperageproject.org or call 570-253-2020.