If you don’t have the time or talent for handcrafted gifts this year, that doesn’t mean that you can’t find unique, thoughtful, perfect-for-them presents this holiday season.
Visit these local craft fairs and maker’s markets to find handmade gifts.
Latrobe | December 2-4
Shop the booths of farmers market, crafters, artwork, pottery and jewelry along with downtown Latrobe merchants. Family friendly fun with music, entertainment, train rides, snowball games, story time with Mrs. Claus, and Santa’s party in the park.
Butler | December 3-5
Shop 25 booths of jewelry, florals, clothing, wood crafts, candles, holiday decor, ornaments, fudge, candy, and more.
Don’t forget to visit with Santa!
Cranberry | November 20
Find one-of-a-kind crafts and handmade items at the 20 booths at Plains Church Craft Fair.
Connellsville | December 11
Food, crafts, and a basket raffle are all waiting for you at this fundraiser for the Bullskin Township Senior Center.
Monroeville | November 19-21
Over 250 booths of arts, crafts, and pre-packaged food await you at this annual holiday tradition. Kids can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus as well as enjoy live entertainment.
In Person (Pittsburgh): December 4
Online: November 27-29
Handmade Arcade is a leader in Pittsburgh’s creative community. Their annual Holiday Market hosts over 200 vendors and the city’s creativity is on display at this flagship event. Not just shopping, there are also art demonstrations and grab-and-go craft making kits.
Canonsburg | December 3-4
Enjoy all the festivities of the holidays against a picturesque background. Three locations around town host vendors, along with the open doors of local merchants. Make sure to save time for ice skating and room for the food truck court.
Washington | November 26-28
Head to the Washington Crown Center Mall and shop 30 different vendors of handcrafted gifts and crafts and food.
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