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Sat, Dec 03



BIG Holiday Ideas at the Handcrafted Holiday Market

Join us at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts for the Handcrafted Holiday Market! We will be exploring BIG holiday ideas at 10:00 am! Join us for interactive music and holiday cheer!

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BIG Holiday Ideas at the Handcrafted Holiday Market
BIG Holiday Ideas at the Handcrafted Holiday Market

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2022, 10:00 AM – 10:05 AM

Reading, 201 Washington St, Reading, PA 19601, USA

About the event

Handcrafted Holiday Market, December 3rd Mark your calendars! Handcrafted Holiday Market is happening this December 3rd at GoggleWorks from 10am-6pm. This one day pop-up shop is centered around artists and makers selling  high-quality handmade gifts for the holiday season. The event will be a  pay what you can admission fee. Come join in on the festivities and  celebrate the holidays.Handcrafted Holiday Market will also feature:hands-on holiday workshops in a variety of studio art forms live demonstrations from renowned artists holiday-themed interactives like handmade wreath-making and Christmas ornaments kids programs and family activities live musical performances holiday-themed films pop-up restaurant by Catering by DoubleTree, including unique culinary activities We hope to see you at the Handcrafted Holiday Market this year!

Created by Christine Petrini and Melissa Brun, the Big Idea Committee is a children's music duo who explore imagination and collaboration: “Many minds are better than one!”  They blend musical theatre vocals and live cello instrumentals to create an interactive and theatrical experience for kids (ages 3-8).  President Christine and VP Melissa, along with everyone’s favorite musical friend, Karl the Cello, facilitate the committee by engaging Big Thinkers in the power (and fun!) of their ideas.  Join the musical journey with fun, games, grand adventures, acts of kindness and, of course, song and dance.  All in favor? Say, “AYE!”  Think BIG and let your ideas soar!

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