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Festive Scandinavian-style market supports local artists, encourages spirit of giving

The Kringle Market Holiday Pop-Up is Saturday, December 15 at The Søvengård.
Work by Marie Margaret

Work by Marie Margaret /Courtesy of The Søvengård

Kringle Market Holiday Pop-Up

Saturday, December 15, Noon-6pm at The Søvengård (443 Bridge St NW, Grand Rapids, MI). Proceeds from sales to benefit Access of West Michigan

Kringle Market Pop-Up

Kringle Market Pop-Up /Courtesy of The Søvengård

Work by Rivertown Woodcraft

Work by Rivertown Woodcraft /Courtesy of The Søvengård

Need a little hygge this holiday season? The Søvengård promises to deliver that and more as they transform their biergarten to the style of a traditional Scandinavian market to celebrate the season.

The Kringle Market Holiday Pop-Up, taking place Saturday, December 15 from 12 p.m.-6 p.m., is the perfect place to support local people, local food, and a 'Good Food' organization. Local artists under heated tents, fireside snacks, hot drinks, live music, and a tree lighting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. will all be part of the event.

Not only will the Kringle Market provide a way to support local artisans, but it will also support a local non-profit as a portion of proceeds will be going to Access of West Michigan. Come out to do your gift shopping and embrace the holiday season while enjoying delicious cuisine at The Søvengård!

Makers and artists include: Kate Lewis Ceramics, Brambles Woodwork, Kelly Muschiana Illustration & Design, LimningHouse Illustration, K2 Creative Designs, 934 Bagworks, Love Charles Vintage, Rivertown Woodcraft, Forest Emporium, Marie Couretas, Left Hand Metalworks, and Perennial Chocolate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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