christmas-in-the-park_block-with-santa_2Hand-forged copper and silver jewelry. Heartfully created wheel-thrown and hand-sculpted pottery. Award-winning custom handbags. Gourmet olives. Raw Sugar Toffee.

The list of high-end, locally produced, boutique-quality gifts available at this year’s expanded Christmas in the Park is long and delightfully diverse. Join us Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. as we showcase artists, authors, artisans, and small food producers who present a variety of unique gift items to fit your budget. From bath balms to beeswax art to bottled marinade gift sets, the pop-up gift market will feature three dozen booths, including photos with Santa by Kleinpeter Photography and Christmas trees for sale by Harb’s Oasis.santamailbox


blondeslettertosantaPennington Biomedical Research Center will sample Peppermint Smoothies and Lump of Coal cookies using its Test Kitchen recipes. Kids are invited to post a letter to Santa and pick up or color onsite free holiday coloring sheets.

Reward Card members will be eligible for door prize drawings throughout the day. Sign up will be available onsite.

Christmas in the Park 2016 will include Mimosa Handcrafted, Maggie Richardson’s Louisiana Sweets, Mud Dog Pottery, A Dove on a Wire, My Colorful Soul, Kay-La Handbags, Amber’s Letter Shoppe, Mary Ann Sternberg books, Aimee Broussard cookbooks and aprons, Zocalisa fine chocolates, Jessica Barre watercolors, Jewelry by Audrey, Sibley Designs, Susan Rodrigue Pottery, Cajun Burlap, Carolyn Rodrigue, Terri Dakmak, Finding Calcutta by Marie Constantin, Flambeaux Olives, Snoddy Sister, Tres Bien Que gift sets, Delightful Palate, Jay Ducote, Hanley’s Foods, Most Delightful Foods, and more.

Events, News, Pop-Up Markets, Seasonal | November 7th, 2016