Support Local Artisans at Holiday Showcase Makers Market
Blog Post - November 9, 2021
Category: What's New
Locally curated Holiday artisan experience by the beach
Carlsbad Village Makers Market, generously sponsored by Farm Fresh To You, is a handcrafted marketplace where you can shop for the best American-made goods just in time for the holidays! Come celebrate 50 local and regional artisans and independent makers in a comfortable outdoor environment.
The passion to make things is still at the heart of our country
There's no denying the quality of design and artistry shown in something made by hand. On Saturday, December 4th, in downtown Carlsbad Village, join us in celebrating local and regional artisans and their skill in a particular craft. Stock up on holiday gifts and experience amazing artistry all day long.
Support local indie makers from the very beginning
Grab a friend and shop local from a wide array of handmade and small production home goods, lifestyle goods, and eats and treats by local makers of Southern California and beyond. Help their growth and long-term success.
Showcasing The Best And Brightest Makers From Southern California And Beyond
Find handmade, vintage, up-cycled, and unique goods at this all juried art and handcrafted marketplace that will highlight the crafter's creativity in woodworking, leatherwork, 3D functional art, natural jewelry, beading, fabric creations, re-purposed materials, artisan foods, and much more.
Make a day of it in Carlsbad Village
Public parking is plentiful in the Village, and the beach is only two blocks away. Many casual and fine dining establishments are within steps from the venue and shopping at a wide variety of boutiques, salons, and galleries.
Get to know our sponsor
Farm Fresh To You delivers farm fresh organic fruits and vegetables directly to your door. Thank you for your support!
Date & Time
Saturday, December 4, 2021
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
St. Michael's by-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 2775 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad, CA 92008. [MAP LINK]
St. Michael's by-the Sea Episcopal Church will turn into an open-air makers market. St. Michael's was built in 1884 and its historic buildings and campus are a beautiful backdrop to this outdoor artisan market. All applicants are juried and only self-designed and handcrafted items will exhibit in this venue. The Makers Market is a free community event.