As you know the world we are currently living in means that shopping for the holidays is a little bit different this year.  Instead of going out shopping a lot of people are choosing to order online.  While that option is probably the safest way to stay socially distant, there are other options that reduce the risk of going out.

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Big box stores are often packed and you generally can't find handmade items at them.  If you are buying something from a local vendor, and especially something handmade, you are supporting the community in a big way.  The Handmade Holiday Market is offering a socially distanced event so you can get that loved one something unique, or get something for yourself too.

The Handmade Holiday Market is free to attend every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Christmas.  At it you'll find different vendors each day with items like pottery, candles, coffee, and much more.  It's a great way to support your neighbors in the Twin Ports.  They are limiting the attendees at a time to prevent overcrowding too, and make sure you bring your mask.

It's located at Dovetail Coffee and Marketplace, located at 1917 West Superior Street in Duluth and they are part of the Duluth Folk School.  You can get more information about this event and everything else they have to offer HERE.

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