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5th annual Holiday Market at the Schmidt Brewery
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Local artists are bringing their talents to the historic Schmidt Brewery for the annual holiday market. 900 West 7th Street St. Paul. The market will run November 23 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., November 24 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., and November 25 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. No Admission Fee.
Location: Historic Schmidt Brewery
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
900 West 7th St. , St. Paul, Minnesota
The holiday market will be anchored by the Landmark Gallery Show “Sculpt, Weave & Etch” featuring four artists. Maggie Thompson is a working textile artist and knitwear designer. Brad Menninga’s ceramic work explores social practice, participation and installation. D.C. Ice combines scratchboard, line drawings and painting to create her illustrative style. Stuart Loughridge specializes in etching, drawing, watercolor and oil paintings, his subject’s range from landscape to figurative. An exciting addition this year will be the pop up music store. There will be an expanded area, featuring listening stations, cd’s and merchandise from local musicians. Live music will be playing throughout the weekend. “Having fond memories of old-school record stores, the way you use to discover new music, you could take vinyl or CD to a listening station and listen to whatever you wanted. We want the music store to embody that tradition,” says Julie Thoreen of Har-di-Har music. The listening stations will be for vinyl, CD & MP3. Musicians will be present at the merchandise table to talk to interested patrons. The holiday market will feature an eclectic selection of fine art, music and other gifts from over 40 local artists. The holiday market will be the largest yet. “The Schmidt Brewery is an iconic building and lends itself to displaying art, we appeal to the local artist, and in turn appeals to those who love handmade local goods” says artist Brad Menninga. A variety of vendors will have something for everyone, from prints and paintings to iron sculptures, lotions and soaps to knitwear.Visit our website Add To Itinerary