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Call for Artists: Holiday Market at Wilder Mansion

November 4 & 5
Elmhurst, Illinois
Wilder Mansion
Fri. 4-9 pm; Sat. 10 am-4 pm
Sponsored by Elmhurst Park District
Presented by RGL Marketing for the Arts
Over 60 Artists & gourmet food vendors
Deadline: August 1

Holiday Market is located inside the stunning landmark Wilder Mansion which is completely renovated with over 9,000 square feet. The Mansion is located on the grounds of Wilder Park where the 21st Annual Art in the Park is in May, also the Elmhurst Art Museum, and the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Arts. Elmhurst City Centre shopping district is two blocks away. Elmhurst's residents are very involved with the Arts with a median income of $90,000 plus; new homes are valued at $900,000-$3 million dollars.

6th Annual Holiday Market includes one-of-a-kind arts, crafts, and seasonal gifts. Sixty vendors will be selling jewelry, fiber, glass, ceramics, paper, painting, mixed-media, home décor, holiday gifts, and gourmet food vendors. Many of the artist's work can be seen in galleries around the U.S. Holiday Market is considered the top Holiday Market in the Chicagoland area.

For more info: Roz Long,
(630) 712-6541

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Comment by Rose Ann gussy on July 21, 2016 at 12:18pm
Has anyone participated in this show? Seems like a rather hefty booth fee for a short indoor Friday/Saturday show.


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