Are you looking for a unique Holiday gift?
Christmas will be here before we know it and you can get a head start on your shopping. My biggest tip for attending the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market is to allow for more time than you think you will need. The past two years I have run out of time while shopping. There is A LOT to see at the Holiday Market.
So what can you expect this year?
The 2015 Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market will feature more than 400 booths displaying unparalleled selections of home décor, specialty clothing, personal accoutrements and more. A juried event, the Show selects only the highest quality exhibitors, ensuring that no two products are alike.
“The 2015 Holiday Market will be our largest ever at Duke Energy Convention Center,” said Vicki Hart, producer of the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market. “The show has become a tradition for so many of our visitors who look forward to coming downtown each year. Grab your girlfriends or bring the family to see Santa and kick off the holiday season in Cincinnati.”
Included with paid admission, the Cincy Specialty Food & Treats Show? will run in tandem with the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market for a third year. More than 75 exhibitors will showcase their culinary expertise with gourmet food, holiday entertainment concepts and gift ideas. The official bakery of the Show, 3 Sweet Girls Cakery, will offer special giveaway opportunities leading up to the show on the Holiday Market Facebook page and on-site promotions each day at the Show in booth 466.
Local chefs and select exhibitors will host free seminars and demonstrations throughout the show. From healthy alternatives to holiday appetizers, guests can learn how to cook for those busy holiday weeknights. For a full seminar schedule, visit the website.
“A Vintage Christmas” themed scene by Tracie Jean Photo Studios in booths 170 and 172 will give visitors a chance to visit Santa in the warmth of his hearth room, filled with antique styled toys and treasures along with a festively decorated holiday tree. Professional printing will be available.
Show dates and times are as follows:
- Friday, November 13: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Saturday, November 14: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Sunday, November 15: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Admission for adults is $9.
Adult tickets are available for purchase online for $2 off.
Adults can save $3 on admission by buying a ticket at Cincinnati-area Kroger stores.
*Children (ages 12 and under) are FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.
For more information about the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market, visit the website. The show is also on Facebook Follow the show on Twitter @CincyHM and via the #CincyHM hashtag.
I’ve been given (3) Family Four Packs of Tickets to Giveaway!
Disclosure: I received tickets for giveaway and review purposes.