The MN Christmas Market at Union Depot is a Charity Marketplace Featuring 40+ Minnesota Brands
Sponsored by Schuler Shoes with Proceeds to Benefit Charity Partner, "Hospitality House Youth Development"
Sponsor, Schuler Shoes, has always been about more than just shoes. Their mission is to improve lives, 1 person, 1 pair, 1 neighborhood at a time. They're a company who lives out their mission, investing in kids in the Twin Cities through their SOLE PROJECT.
The fee to get in is just $1 at the door.
Some of the makers who will participate include:
The Painted Fence
B+D Custom Crafts
Flip'em the Bird
Krafty Twins & Doubles
Coconut Whisk Baking Co.
Fringe & Fettle Ceramics
Excelsior Candle Co.
Bare Naked Soap Company
Bug & Mini Co.
The Mad Owl
Baubles & Bobbies
New this year, the MN Christmas Market will launch their own collection of holiday products. Designed by Brett Hurlbut and manufactured in MN.
To ensure a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable MN Christmas Market, and to adhere to state COVID 19 guidelines, we are asking that visitors grab a reservation for the time they would like to join us. There are a limited amount of tickets available for each time slot:
Reservations will receive priority, but are not mandatory..
About the MN Christmas Market
Founded in 2016, the MN Christmas Market was born to bring customers and businesses together, to invest in kids.
A collaboration between Fight For Something and StormSister Spatique. We want to empower customers to do good with their Christmas shopping dollars.
Find MN Christmas Markets in Saint Paul, Minneapolis, and Brainerd, MN.
Visit our Saint Paul location Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/
About StormSister Spatique
An ecommerce beauty boutique founded in 2005 by Becky Sturm, a salon and spa industry maven and consultant.
About Fight For Something
A company that builds brands to fight for things that matter. At the core of who they are, is the belief that business should never be just about profits. Every business should fight for something, ANYTHING, that matters.