The Junior League of Tulsa plays hosts the inaugural Holiday Market Oct. 9-12, at The John Q. Hammons Arena at the Union Multipurpose Activity Center.
One hundred vendors from across the country to offer a gifts, home décor, tableware, clothing, jewelry, accessories at 6836 S. Mingo Road.
The Holiday Market aims to be a large holiday themed shopping show in the Tulsa area. Proceeds from the Holiday Market benefit the volunteer training and community programs of the Junior League of Tulsa.
“The Junior League of Tulsa is building upon its past successes hosting Winter Market and Chic Boutique to bring local shoppers 100 of the best vendors from around the country, offering unique treasures for the holidays and every day,” says Kim Smith, Holiday Market Chair. “The focus of our market will be quality décor and apparel for women and children, plus jewelry and accessories. Gourmet food vendors and distinctive arts and crafts artisans will round out our holiday-focused market.”
“We’ve developed a broad selection of merchants this year,” explains Ann Essman, Merchants Liaison. “If your home needs sprucing up with very unique seasonal or everyday décor, Holiday Market is the place to find exactly what you’re searching for. If you need great office or teacher gifts, we’ll have lots to choose from.”
“The Holiday Market is where shopping meets sharing,” explains Amy James, President of the Junior League of Tulsa. “While selecting a hand-crafted necklace or a remarkable porcelain centerpiece, shoppers will also be supporting deserving community programs and other ongoing missions of the Junior League.”