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Holiday markets in our neighborhoods in Brooklyn

Our overview features all holiday markets in our neighborhoods in Brooklyn including the Danish Christmas fair, a bigger than ever Holiday market at CityPoint, a holiday market with Brooklyn made-gifts and free kids activities at the Bklyn Navy Yard and a new outdoor Holiday market at Borough Hall.

Danish Christmas Fair | Brooklyn Heights | 11/19 & 11/20

Danish Christmas Fair will serve the traditional spherical Danish Pancakes, known as “aebleskiver” and mulled wine, known as “glögg” (the Pastor’s own recipe).  Try out salted liquorish, Danish “brown cakes”, pork loins, Danish design, remoulade, canned mackerel in tomato, calendar candles, marzipan, liver-pâté, rice pudding, and all things Christmassy and Danish – including the world famous Danish term: “hygge”. The event will take place on November 19+20, both days 10 am to 4 pm at 102 Willow Street. Find out more here.

Holiday Market | CityPoint | November 25 – December 24

THE MAKERS SHOW Holiday Market at CityPoint featuring 60+ vendors will run from November 25 to December 24 Fridays to Sundays with additional family-friendly experiences including Gingerbread House and Hanukkah Cookie decorating with One Girl Cookies (tickets here) and free photos with Santa on Sundays December 4, 11 and 18 from 11 am to 2 pm. Saturday December 3, 10 and 17 from 11 AM to 1 PM free Holiday-Dazzle Disco Happy Dance Club: Get into the Holiday Groove with the Holiday Dazzle Happy Dance Club hosted by Lola Star of Dreamland and featuring a Disco Santa.

Holiday Market | Borough Hall Plaza | November 28 – December 26

A new outdoor Holiday market is coming to the Borough Hall Plaza for the first time this year from November 28th to December 26th from Monday to Sunday 11 am to 8 pm. They will have 10 to 12 food vendors onsite offering sweet and savory options including Mozzarepas, Petisco Brazuca (Brazilian), Winter Pie Shop and BIBI Bakery and lots holiday gift shopping.

UniFair | Brooklyn Heights | December 3

UniFair is back at the First Unitarian Chapel at 119 Pierrepont Street. Wreaths, baked goods and jewelry from 10 am to 3 pm.

Holiday Market | Brooklyn Navy Yard | 12/3 & 12/4

Shop more than 80 vendors and grab the best Brooklyn-made gifts for friends and family! From fashion and accessories to home goods and customizable gifts, our annual holiday market is your go-to for unique, special, and “ooh and ahh” inspiring gifts. Family Day is Sunday, December 4 with festive Card-Making with Noël Copeland, Brooklyn Book Bodega Presents: Storytime & Book Giveaway, Lego & Block Building with Brooklyn Bridge Parents and Gingerbread Cookie Decorating. Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5  p. m at Building 77 (141 Flushing Ave at Vanderbilt Ave). RSVP here.

FAD Market Holiday Pop-ups | DUMBO & Boerum Hill | December 3 – December 18

FAD Market is bringing the holiday spirit to Brooklyn with two holiday market locations—The Invisible Dog Art Center on Bergen Street and the Empire Stores in DUMBO —on the first three weekends of December 3+4, 10+ 11 and 17+18 from 11am to 6pm. Come and discover unique presents and one-of-a-kind stocking stuffers while experiencing fun holiday activities, workshops, gift-wrapping stations, and more. Find out more here.

A Brooklyn Holiday Market | Industry City | December 17

Local artists and crafters in the Industry City courtyard 1/2 on December 17 from 11 am to 6 pm.

DUMBO X BROOKLYN FLEA HOLIDAY MARKET | Archway DUMBO | Weekends until 12/18

Saturdays and Sundays from Thanksgiving through Christmas from 10am – 5pm. The Brooklyn Flea brings 40+ vintage and handmade vendors to the Archway in a curated Holiday Market. Find out more here.

Cloe’s Corner | Atlantic Avenue

Cloe’s Corner(535 Atlantic Avenue) is hosting a holiday market every weekend through 12/17, from 12 to 6PM. Shop local vendors to find unique gifts including children’s books, clothing, art, handmade jewelry, home goods, natural body and hair care products, sweet treats, and more. Kids can enjoy fun holiday-themed games and activities while you browse one-of-a-kind local artisan goods, and indulge in a free cup of hot chocolate.

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