Northern Virginia Christmas Market

27th Northern Virginia Christmas Market

Dates: November 13-15, 2020

Hours: Friday & Saturday 10:00 - 6:00, Sunday 10:00-5:00

Location: Dulles Expo Center - South Hall, 4368 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20153.
Dulles Expo and Conference Center Map and Directions

Admission: $8.00 for adults (children under 12 free)
Receive $1 off admission by bringing a canned food donation for the Capital Area Food Bank

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Be sure check out this year's sponsors

LASIK Vision Institute     


Unique Arts and Crafts Galore

It’s Northern Virginia’s grand opening celebration of the holiday season! This spectacular, award-winning holiday show features more than 250 fine artisans from more than 20 states. Artisans offer a diverse selection of fine arts, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, wood, photography, fiber arts, vintage re-creations as well as thousands of one-of-kind Christmas collectibles. Taste of the Holidays specialty food vendors will offer gift-packaged gourmet fare. These tasty homemade goodies are ideal for creating wonderful gift baskets, loading up Santa’s stockings, and gathering those hard-to-find executive gifts. A major food drive benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank is held during this event each year by offering 50 cents off admission to attendees donating cans of non-perishable food.

New and noteworthy exhibitors:

Yes! Chestnuts are roasting by an open fire!  David and Kim Bryant of Virginia Chestnuts know exactly how to roast a chestnut perfectly.   Their family grow and harvest chestnuts annually and this year’s crop is amazing!  Come get your bag of fresh chestnuts and learn how to roast them with a roasting kit!  Booth #484

Jenny Davis works primarily in watermedia including watercolor, acrylic, and ink. Her inspirations include nature, the human figure, Japanese and classical art, and cartoons. She enjoys mixing colors and patterns and infuses her work with irony, whimsy, and an occasional edge of darkness. Known mainly as a portrait artist, Jenny was named one of Watercolor magazine’s Top Twenty-Five Artists to Watch. Come find out why for yourself in booth #436

Andrea Falzarano of AMFM Glass focuses mostly in fused glass jewelry and stained-glass lighting.  She loves jewelry that makes a statement with bold colors, and her glass lamps are amazing works of art that would accent many a fine home!  Come visit her in booth #415

For more than 20 years, Cindy Pinyard of C.I.N. Scarves has been making and selling ceramic scarf slides. As the scarf slide line expanded, she wanted to provide scarfs to sell with the slides. In an effort to keep their product completely handmade, Cindy's parents, Nancy and Dave Murray, joined the business, and assisted in purchasing the raw materials and sewing the scarves.  Have fun trying a few on, and finding the perfect one!  Visit Cindy in booth #268

 

Anthony Macias with Potomac Candle Company creates soy wax candles based on popular Virginia location!  Sonme of our favorites are Apple-Maple Bourbon, Macintosh Apple, Manassas Man Cave and Nautical Laundry!   Come by booth #489 to choose your favorite candle!

Now here's a gift idea that is perfect for any man-cave!  Eric Winnings with The Art of Sin Trading Company creates customized Wine, Beer and Spirits barrels that make a stellar gift!  As his website aptly states “Badass Gifts for Unique People”!!  He also sells spirits kits to create your own at home brewery!  Come find your man a gift in booth #385
  Michale Trusik of Freeport Woodworks knows his wood!  He creates fabulous hand cut furniture of reclaimed barnwood. He also has trunks, tables, shelves, from chestnut oak & cherry wood – all harking back to the days of simple home pieces that stood the test of time.  Be sure to check out all his furniture in booth #523

Vintage Alley

Back By Popular Demand!  VINTAGE ALLEY!  A wonderful little section of the show dedicated to those artists who repurpose vintage goods, up-cycle, make shabby-chic type items and "green" goods!   Don't miss it! Very COOL Stuff this year!  Just across from the Concession area.

Liz Fedorko

Did someone say, “Vintage Christmas”?  Beth Fedorko of Dime Store Chic has achieved nation fame with her original retro styled Christmas creations.  She has been featured in several issues of Romantic Homes Magazine, Hot Cottage Collectibles magazine and in the 2016 edition of Vintage Holiday magazine.  Come check out “all that's shiny and bright” in booth #392 in Vintage Alley.

Elsa Mikus & Barbara Ryanb from Tempest in a Teapot create beautiful vintage silverware wind chimes and other silverware delights – stop by booth #383

Don't throw out those used beer, wine & liquor bottles because Frank Keeler always finds a new and creative use for them by re-purposing them into wonderful home goods like bird feeders, lamps, and more! Be sure to check out All Bottled Up in booth #388

Returning Favorites

 

Laurie Spiegl from Scarfie Hats has a passion for keeping everyone warm and snuggly!  Her original designed combination scarf and hat is the perfect gift for those who enjoy the outdoors in winter and need to stay warm!  Come see the Scarfie-hat for yourself in booth #455

Drake's Flakes returns again! Drake Hooke creates amazing ornaments, and jewelry out of sterling – all in the shape of snowflakes!  Be sure to choose yours in booth #242

Internationally known illustrator and sculptor Ginny Diezel returns after a hiatus with her all new hand painted canine and feline mini canvas ornaments. Ginny will also have her well-known holiday sculptured snowmen and Santa's that have become collector's favorites in the US and abroad!  Come say hello to Ginny in booth #336

   

Janice Gallagher almost always sells out at our show – so we know she is a favorite! Janice creates amazing floral designs that twinkle with glitter and mica! She creates both vintage style pieces as well as nautical inspired pieces – both large and small. Check out her beautiful work in booth #381

  Soupmaster Karen Berry of Mick's Gourmet Soups returns serving up her lobster bisque and seafood chowder samples to get you hooked on this yummy soup!   What could be better for dinner when you get home from shopping?  You can pick up a can from Karen in booth #188
Mark Kuzio Fire Pot Nectar of the Vine returns with their yummy wine slushie mixes!  At the end of the day – nothing satisfies like a nice slushy wine drink!  Be sure to stop by and sample a few in booth #371
Sabrina Seward It's a bit difficult to describe what Scott Matyjaszek of Artefax does with his amazing photography.  We call it photography sculpture.  Scott is a talented photographer who can take mundane or simple subject matter and present it in a new light, by creating a 3-d image of it.  Be sure to check out his inspiring pieces in booth #152
  Chocolate Moonshine is the perfect description for this yummy treat!  These are happy hour inspired artisan chocolate bars! With names like Black Cherry Bourbon, Smoked Whiskey, Toasted Almond and French Kiss – you can't go wrong!  There are many more to choose from – come get a sample from Sheila Lane at booth #214

 

A Taste of the Holidays

Over twenty “Taste of the Holidays” food vendors will offer gift-packaged gourmet fare such as almond pound cakes, holiday cookies, spicy salsas, fudge-by-the-pound, fruit cakes, sparkling cider and homemade jams and jellies. These tasty homemade goodies are ideal for creating great gift baskets, loading up Santa’s stockings, and gathering those hard-to-find executive gifts.

Capital Area Food Bank

The Northern Virginia Christmas Market holds a major food drive each year benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank by offering $1 off admission to attendees donating cans of non-perishable food. Last year over 5,000 pounds of food was collected during this popular 3-day event. And, over 85,000 pounds of food have been collected in the last 10 years. Side Note: The tractor trailers you see on the highway can carry about 40,000 pounds of canned food. Thank you for your generous donations!

We hope to see you there!