Event Phone: 512-666-9003
December 4, 2021
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The McCrory Timmerman group and Art Off Center will sponsor our third annual “Mistletoe Market” on December 4th, from 10am to 4pm in the gallery space of the McCrory Timmerman building at 112 W. 2nd Street (between Good Strangers and Texas Beer Company), celebrating another year with love, happiness and cheer!
The Mistletoe Market will feature Texas based artisans and craftsmen with one floor of holiday shopping, so check some great handmade items off your list before Santa checks off his! The vendors will include jewelry, ceramics, glass, housewares, botanicals, prints and metalwork.
During the first two hours of the event, we’ll feature “First Treasure” shopping time for your teens and littles with gifts priced under $15. It’s a great way for your youngsters to shop for unique holiday gifts that don’t break the bank!
Take some time to shop in our neck of the woods at Frills, The Hawt Spot, and recharge with food and drink at Good Strangers and Texas Beer Company to enjoy out your holiday shopping day in downtown Taylor.
Free admission! We’ll have the following COVID-19 precautions.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Mistletoe Market will be taking the following precautions:
- Your hosts may request that you wait before entering to prevent overcrowding
- Vendors will be socially distanced and well spaced out
- All vendors and customers are encouraged to follow current CDC guidelines in regard to masking and social distancing
- Many vendors will be offering contactless payment options
About the Sponsors:
The McCrory Timmerman group renovated the historic building(s) at the corner of 2nd and Main Streets and has 33,000 square feet of work, play, exploration, and living space in the heart of downtown Taylor, Texas. McCrory Timmerman focuses on a strong commitment to the community through various sponsorships like Northeast Fork-Beer, Wine and Food festival, Mistletoe Market, Empty Bowl FUNdraiser and additional events at Atelier 95. Art Off Center, opened its doors in 2015 and is a ceramics teaching facility, in the McCrory Timmerman building, on Potter’s Alley on the rear of the building. Art Off Center is dedicated to promoting ceramic cultural arts in the Taylor area via pottery and sculpture classes, exhibitions and various fundraising events for Shepherd’s Heart Taylor Food Pantry.