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With sales ranging from hip holiday parties and intimate spirits tastings to expo centers and garden grounds filled with handcrafted gifts, Portland offers plenty of opportunities to do your holiday shopping and find locally made presents for friends and family. Scroll down for our editors’ picks of the top holiday shopping events of the year.
My People’s Market
Founded in 2006, Crafty Wonderland is the city’s biggest arts and crafts market. In lieu of its traditional in-person market that typically draws 225+ vendors, Crafty Wonderland will host a virtual market on Dec. 12. Join makers on Instagram live for demos, Q&As and more. Throughout December, Crafty Wonderland will also share gift guides, interviews and DIY projects on the Crafty Wonderland blog, Instagram and Facebook. If you miss the big virtual event, you can still find many made-in-Portland gifts at the permanent Crafty Wonderland brink and mortar stores or website.
Portland Indigenous Marketplace
The Portland Indigenous Marketplace will be virtual for its third year on Dec. 12, providing a means for Native makers to connect and sell directly to consumers while in-person powwows are not possible.
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