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Wrap It Up: All the Holiday Markets in Metro Denver This Season

Enjoy Winter Wanderlights while shopping the Cherry Creek Holiday Market in Cherry Creek North.
Enjoy Winter Wanderlights while shopping the Cherry Creek Holiday Market in Cherry Creek North. Courtesy of Cherry Creek North

Only two shopping days left.  At markets both indoors and out, you can find local, one-of-a-kind art and artisan gifts; discover vintage duds; and stock up on hostess gifts and kitchen condiments. And you'll actually have a good time doing it.

Keep reading for dozens of holiday shopping alternatives around Denver:


Hope/Esperanza, DAVA’s Annual Holiday Show & Sale: Through January 14; Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA), 1405 Florence Street, 303-367-5886, Aurora,
Bibelot 2021: The Beauty of Small Works: Through January 9 (closed December 24 to January 2); Kanon Collective, Art Hub, 6851 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood,
Littleton Arts Guild Holiday Art Market: Through January 23, Town Hall Art Center, 2450 Main Street, Littleton,
Holiday Art Market: Through December 29, Mondays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays, noon to 5 p.m.(closed December 24-25); free, RSVP here; Foothills Art Center, 809 15th Street, Golden, 303-279-3922,
Winter Art Market: Now through January 2; Next Gallery, Art Hub, 6851 West Colfax Avenue,
D’art & Friends: Through February 6, Thursdays through Saturdays; closed December 25 through January 1; D'art Gallery, 900 Santa Fe Drive,

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