Last Weekend To Shop Local Before Christmas Morning
This is the last weekend to hit up local farmers’ markets to find all those unique gifts for the loved ones on your holiday list.
Christmas is days away and if you are still looking for some last-minute gifts, then check out these local farmers’ markets taking place this weekend in El Paso.
Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market
- Sunday – December 20, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- The Substation at 145 E. Sunset
Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market will be hosting its Last Minute Christmas Market this Sunday will featuring live music, local artisans and vendors, and so much more.
The 1st Ave. Artists Market
- Sunday – December 20, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Main Room Event Center798 East First Avenue, El Paso Texas 79901
The Christmas Fair at The 1st Avenue Artisan Market will be open on Sunday with free parking (meters) all around the building in downtown El Paso. Entry is free, and pets are welcome too.
Find plenty of live music featuring El Paso's Elia Esparza and plenty of vendors; to find all those hard to find gifts.
Holiday Market at Sunland Park Mall
- Saturday & Sunday – December 20 & 21, from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Sunland Park Mall
Sunland Park Mall and 915 Pop Up Market are hosting the Holiday Market inside Sunland Park Mall located throughout the lower level.
Country Club Farmers Market
- Saturday – December 19, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- 1071 Country Club Rd. El Paso Texas, 79932.
The Country Club will be hosting its last market of the year with its Holiday Bazaar this weekend, featuring handcrafted goods and treats from local artists, artisans, chefs, bakers, farmers, and food trucks.
Face masks and social distancing will be required, plus handwashing stations along with over 80 hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the event.
With only one weekend left until Christmas morning, these local farmers’ markets are the perfect place to find all those handcrafted gifts while supporting local this holiday season.
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