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An artisan stocking stuffer market is coming to Hamilton

It’s back! After a pandemic hiatus, one of Hamilton’s best holiday markets is making a spirited comeback.

Stuffed, which runs for three days at the Westinghouse HQ at 286 Sanford Avenue North, is a market loaded with local artisans making unique products that function as ideal stocking stuffers.

Handmade greeting cards, body products, cooking spices, jewellery, coffee beans, oils, home décor, accessories, ceramics, and much more are sure to be on offer courtesy of over 50 local and regional artists, artisans, and small businesses.

On top of that, Equal Parts Hospitality – the restaurant group behind spots like The French and Aberdeen Tavern – will be on hand providing food and drink, and the Diamond DJ Collective will be livening up the event with music each day of the market.

Tickets to enter Stuffed can be purchased in advance for $10 each, with tickets scheduled at specific dates and timeframes to ensure the market won’t get overcrowded. Children under 12 can attend for free.

Additionally, all attendees and vendors must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, and wear a mask at all times when inside the market.

It’s going to be a fantastic holiday market with a treasure trove of hidden gems, so check out Stuffed from November 26th to 28th at Westinghouse HQ!

For more information and tickets, go to StuffedHamilton.ca

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