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Williamsburg Christmas Market Opens For The Season On November 26

WILLIAMSBURG-The Williamsburg Christmas Market returns for its second season beginning on Black Friday, November 26. The local non-profit arts organization Culturefix is hosting the market, which will be held over 19 days throughout November and December in downtown Williamsburg.

Williamsburg Christmas Market is a village style market similar to traditional European Christmas markets. The market will include 32 chalets with vendors as well as holiday entertainment including jugglers, magicians, Santa Claus, and more. Craft beer from Precarious Beer Project, gluwein (warm spiced wine), goods from The Bake Shop, and crepes from Culture Café will also be available.

The market is located in the P6 parking lot in downtown Williamsburg at the corner of Francis Street and South Boundary Street. The Williamsburg Christmas Market will run weekends November 26 through 28, December 2 through 5, December 9 through 12 and again daily December 16 through 23 from 11am to 8pm Monday through Saturday and 11am to 6pm on Sundays. On Sunday, December 5, the market will be open until 8pm for shoppers to stop by after the Williamsburg Christmas Parade.

In anticipation of the market, Culturefix is looking for volunteers to help. To sign up as a volunteer, click here. For more information about Williamsburg Christmas Market call 757-592-4289 or email

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