Visitors will have the chance to direct their holiday shopping dollars towards the North Bay community by shopping from a unique roster of 40+ makers, while exploring The Barlow, a former apple-packing warehouse now a 12.5-acre outdoor market district featuring local food, wine, beer, spirits and crafts made onsite by Sonoma County artisans.
The event will feature locally made accessories, jewelry, home goods, apparel, kids clothing, aprons and kitchen accessories, artisan food and drink, stationery and cards, apothecary and more. Shoppers will have the opportunity to shop for custom event pieces, holiday collections and product lines not available anywhere else.
Vendors will be donating a percentage of sales to Undocufund, which is providing direct funding to undocumented immigrants and their families who were affected by the Northern California fires.
A curated winter patio in courtyard will allow shoppers to relax among Bay Area Made home and outdoor craft pieces, including heated outdoor furniture from Galanter & Jones and fixtures from Concreteworks, and botanical winter arrangements for sale.