3rd Annual Holiday Market In Miller Plaza Set For Dec. 13

Monday, December 4, 2017

The third annual Holiday Market in Miller Plaza hosted by River City Company will be Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Miller Plaza at 850 Market St. This shopping event will feature a variety of local retailers and perks, officials said. 


Vendors include Good Fortune Soap & Spa, Tangerinas, Locals Only Gifts, elea blake Cosmetic Studio, Lost Art Design, alkohaulers, Nooga Paws, Best Sesh Board Company and Center MedSpa.

In addition to gifts, you can purchase fresh wreaths from Creekside Flower Farm.


Musical performances will begin with the Center for Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble from 5:30-6 p.m. and will wrap up with the Chattanooga School for the Arts & Sciences middle school choirs from 6:10-7 p.m. These performers will be accompanied by a piano thanks to Summitt Pianos. 


The Daily Ration will also be on hand to serve wine and beer along with Peet’s Coffee and Tea serving up hot beverages like coffee and cocoa. 


Amy Donahue, director of marketing and communication for River City Company, said, “Whether you’re buying a spa gift card for your mom, a Chattanooga themed gift box for a friend far away, need to snag some wrapping paper or buy a treat for your favorite four-legged family member, the Holiday Market in Miller Plaza has it all in one spot and from local vendors.


"If you’re too busy this holiday season to go from store to store to shop but still want to support local small businesses, this is your perfect opportunity to do so all in one place. Plus, there’s wine, cocoa and live music to make your shopping experience a little more enjoyable.” 


The Holiday Market in Miller Plaza is free and open to the public. There are no more vendor spaces available for this retail event.


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