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Happy Holiday Market

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Happy Holiday Market

A new Holiday Tradition in Downtown Clearwater

When: Monday through Friday 4pm until 7pm
Saturday 11am until 4pm, Sunday 12pm until 4pm

A creative holiday shopping experience like no other…
More than just a great place to shop for unique gifts created by local artists and purchase holiday accessories – The Happy Holiday Market is an interactive creative celebration of the season.

Located in the big white tent off Court Street, between East Street and Garden Avenue, we are open 7 days a week for your convenience.

What: Seasonal merchandise: Local artists provide a wide variety of items for unique and creative holiday gifts… Merchandise changes weekly.

But wait there’s more… we said interactive and fun for the whole family.

• Every Saturday: 1pm to 2pm – Free acting classes!
   2pm to 3pm – Free dance classes!

• All classes taught by professionals in their field.

• Bring the kids each week for the classes, stay for
   the unbelievable entertainment afterwards.

• Live Entertainment from 3pm to 4pm – Suggested donation
   of $10.00 for the show.

• December 6th: Badway on Broadway – Professional Broadway
   performer.

• December 13th: Holiday Medley – Dancing, Singing and Trapeze
   Dance performance.

Proceeds from and entertainment benefit several local charities providing free tutoring and after school activities for children in Pinellas County.

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