It is the time of yr to get festive with these native Christmas markets

I did it! market

Pittsburgh’s indie craft marketplace returns on Saturday, November 13th, 10 am-6pm at The Block Northway in Ross. More than 100 artists are featured at the market’s holiday event.

Visitors can purchase handmade products including 2-D art, clothing and toys for infants and children, bath and body products, ceramics, fiber art, glass art, housewares, jewelry, leather goods, pop culture and fandom gifts, treats and gifts for pets as well as wood products. Food and drinks are provided and there are kid-friendly activities.

I did it! Market, 8013 McKnight Rd., Ross,

Holiday market

Volksgas holiday market

At the start of the winter celebrations of the Highmark Light Up Night, the People’s Gas Holiday Market on the market square will be included in the program. The market is open from November 19 to December 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

It features more than 20 vendors throughout the season as well as guest sellers throughout the event. Items on offer include home accessories, bathroom and household items, candy, jewelry, arts, crafts and ceramics from local and international manufacturers.

Volksgas holiday market, market square,

Handmade arcade holiday market

Handmade Arcade is hosting its Christmas Market at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown on Saturday, December 4th from 11am to 7pm. The annual event includes more than 200 artisans selling original artwork, home decor, jewelry, and accessories.

Entry is free, however attendees must reserve their check-in time to reduce the crowd.

For those who want to avoid the bigger crowds, there is an early bird shopping option that starts at 9:30 am on the day of the event. Early admission tickets are $ 25 each.

At the start of the market there will also be a happy hour on Friday evening. Tickets are available for $ 35. Check-in starts at 4:30 PM and the event lasts until 7:30 PM

At all events there is a mask requirement for all participants from 2 years.

Handcrafted Arcade Holiday Market, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd., Downtown,


Greensburg holiday market

The Greensburg Holiday Market with local craftsmen and farmers takes place on November 21st from 5pm to 9pm and on December 19th from 12pm to 4pm. In addition to fresh products, cut flowers, liqueurs and dips, art is also sold. On December 19, retail stores around the market are holding a “last call” that stays open late next to the market for people to do their last Christmas shopping.

Greensburg Holiday Market: South Penn Ave, Greensburg,

Pop-up shop for holidays

Hosted by The Olde Spitfire Grille, The Top Dog Therapy Team and 4Dogs Treats, more than 20 local suppliers are in The Christmas pop-up shop from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., 20.11. in Greensburg. Shoppers can browse local jewelry, art, home decor, gourmet candy and liquor.

There will be food and drinks at the family-friendly event and Santa Claus will also appear.

Holiday Pop-Up Shop: 1517 Broad St., Greensburg


Winter artist market

The Winter Artists Market, hosted by the Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media, will be held in Shadyside on December 11th from 10am to 5pm. Local artists will showcase their creations while attendees shop for festive creations.

Would you like to become a seller? The Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media is accepting applications from vendors until November 14th.

Winter Artists Market: 1047 Shady Ave., Shadyside,

Bank holiday March 2021

Hosted by the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, this two-day event is packed with festivities. Starting Friday, November 12th at 11 a.m., shoppers will have access to handcrafted gifts including jewelry, woodwork, ceramics, glass, quilts, weaving, art, ornaments, cards, and edibles. Attendees will also have a chance to meet the makers while they enjoy Christmas music, dance performances, food and drinks. The event ends on November 13th at 7pm.

Holiday Mart 2021, 221 N Main St., Greensburg,

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