The St. Petersburg Holiday Gift Market Guide

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Holiday Gift Markets are popping up all over St. Petersburg, both virtually and in-person, and we’ve gathered up the local Sunshine City events you can’t miss as you continue to shop small for the holidays.

We of course encourage you to support local however you can throughout the holiday season (and beyond). We’ve assembled a local gift guide for your convenience.

Those wanting to support local farmers, artists, and more vendors can visit the returning Saturday Morning Market at Al Lang Stadium. If you need to get more in the holiday spirit, then you should check out Green Bench Brewing’s holiday movie screenings in the beer garden.

Junior League of Tampa Holiday Gift Market (Online)

Date and time: November 14-December 13
Shop online today with some of the best vendors in the entire region. A portion of all sales benefits the Junior League of Tampa.

Tampa Bay Holiday Market

Date and time: November 21 from 10am-5pm; November 22 from 10am-5pm
Location: St. Pete Coliseum, 535 4th Avenue North
There will be goodies and treats, gifts large and small, something and everything for one and all! Tampa Bay Holiday Market will have various kinds of chocolates, candles, jewelry, handbags, garments, holiday gifts and decorative items.

St. Pete Main Streets Gobble Gobble 3-Day Event

Date and time: November 27-29
Location: Multiple venues, visit St. Pete Main Streets for details on participating businesses.

Shop Small Holiday Market

Date and time: November 28 from 10am-7pm
Location: 3101 Beach Boulevard South
SHOP and DINE from a curated selection of local vendors, and of course all the awesome brick-and-mortar shops and restaurants along Beach and Shore Blvds in downtown Gulfport.

Creative Clay Holiday Art Market

Date and time: December 4 from 10am-4pm
Location: 1846 1st Avenue South
Transition students will sell ceramic snowmen, holiday wine bags, hand-painted and printed holiday cards, one-of-a-kind ornaments, canvas paintings, wrapping paper, jewelry, and other ceramic pieces that make great gifts.

The Indie Flea 

Date and time: December 4 from 6-9pm; December 5 from 12-5pm
Location: 2201 1st Avenue South
Attendance: Details coming soon on COVID-19 guidelines. Visit the website for details.

Uptown Market

Date and time: December 5 from 9am-2pm
Location: Outside MIZE Gallery, 689 Dr. MLK Jr. Street North
The Market will offer the chance to shop the MIZE Gallery, Neat Neat Neat, and savor treats from Uptown Eats.

Vintage Marche

Date and time: December 4 from 4-8pm (ticketed); December 5 from 9am-6pm; December 6 from 9am-5pm.
Location: 2200 2nd Avenue South
Enjoy a weekend long shopping event featuring the best vintage finds in the entire region.

Miracle Holiday Market

Date and time: December 12 from 11am-3pm
Location: Behind Intermezzo (Baum Avenue) off 1111 Central Avenue
Miracle Market is a one-day holiday market with 50+ local vendors featuring vintage goods, handmade wares, plants, clothing boutiques, food + drink, and music.

The Factory First Look & Keep St. Pete Local Market 

Date and time: December 11 from 6-11pm; December 12 from 11am-11pm
Location: The Factory, 2622 Fairfield Avenue
It’s time for the First Look at The Factory! They’re hosting an outdoor fundraiser for one of its resident non-profits, Keep St. Pete LIT. This two-day event will take place on The Factory’s spacious 6.5 acre property in The Warehouse Arts District of South St. Pete.

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We’ve also just launched a Toy Drive to benefit R’Club Childcare, Inc. Consider dropping off toy donations at your local Kahwa Coffee. Full details HERE.

Do you part and help those in need in Pinellas County. Volunteer with Neighborly Careand help deliver meals to seniors throughout the St. Petersburg area.

Want to learn how to connect with non-profits in the region? Visit The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay’s website to learn about the work they’ve done in the Tampa Bay community with countless non-profit organizations. They’ve also launched a new Mental Health First Aid initiative which aims to train 5,000 in the region. Learn how you can get involved HERE.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan is the Editor of ilovetheburg.com. Follow him on Twitter @harlanyoungII and Instagram @harlanyoung. Send tips and potential stories to info@ilovetheburg.com.