Shop Local and Handmade at the Made in Chicago Market

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Your holiday shopping guide produced by the Sun-Times advertising department.

This holiday season, shop local and handmade at the Made in Chicago Market.

The Made in Chicago Market brings together Chicago-area artisans and creatives to display and sell their goods. Three times a year, we gather to celebrate local businesses, highlight notable artists and shop from a wide selection of incredible handmade items.

The Holiday Edition of the Market will feature 100 local vendors showcasing jewelry, apparel, food, art, home goods, paper goods and more.

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Into the Pines Jewelry

It’s the perfect place to get a jump-start on your holiday gift giving — and a great way to support the local economy. You’ll have the opportunity to meet small business owners, learn about their companies and discover what makes Chicago creatives so unique.

You’ll also find everything you’re looking for for everyone on your list. Discover one-of-a-kind items for everyone from your mom to your neighbor to your child’s teacher. With a wide selection of styles, price points and vendors, you’ll be sure to find something everyone will love.

Visit the Made in Chicago Market on Saturday, November 30 from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Plumbers Hall, 1340 W. Washington Blvd.

Learn more and see the full list of vendors at madeinchicagomarket.com

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