Downtown Holiday Market Returns for 7th Season

Downtown Holiday Market Returns for 7th Season
Posted on 10/19/2021
While lingering restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to hamper some traditional holiday activities, the Edmonds Holiday Market will be back again this year – bigger than ever – kicking off its seventh season on Saturday, November 6th from 10am till 3pm. In the heart of Downtown, on 5th Avenue North and Bell Street around the holiday tree, the Holiday Market will run for six Saturdays from 10am to 3pm on November 6th, 13th, and 20th, and December 4th, 11th, and 18th, skipping Thanksgiving weekend Saturday (November 27th). Sixty-plus vendors will treat shoppers to a rich selection of holiday gifts and specialty items, produce, food, wines, flowers, treats and music. Shoppers are strongly encouraged to wear masks while at the market.

“Originally created to help add to the festive and engaging environment of Downtown Edmonds during the holiday season, the Holiday Market has become a staple of the Edmonds holidays,” stated City of Edmonds Economic Development Director Patrick Doherty.  “We’re delighted to bring back this popular holiday market to Downtown Edmonds with an even greater array of vendors this year.” 

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In addition to the Holiday Market, the Holiday Trolley will be back, after a hiatus last year due to COVID-19 restrictions.  In conjunction with Ed!, the Edmonds Downtown Alliance, the ever-popular trolley will run on the first three Saturdays in December throughout Downtown, with the cheery assistance of Emily the Elf.  Downtown Edmonds will once again offer holiday fun and that special hometown charm – a wonderland of lights, music, holiday wreaths and more.  Watch for more details about the holidays in Edmonds in coming weeks and at

“Of course, the mainstay of the holidays will continue to be the wonderful variety of shops, cafés, restaurants and service providers that make Downtown Edmonds a particular delight during the holidays,” adds Doherty.