Salem Holiday Market 2019 has over 250 vendors this year, so we thought we would highlight some of them. If you plan your gift buying early, you’ll know how much you need to budget and what to look for when you arrive.
Daniell of Bliss Nut Butters (Booth JD3) took some time to answer our questions about the Salem Holiday Market:
How many years have you been attending the Salem Holiday Market? 5 years.
What are you bringing to 2019’s Market? Nut and Seed Butters (mostly made with honey and sea-salt).
What’s new at your booth? Just our classics goodness of Bliss.
What’s your favorite thing about Salem Holiday Market? The customers!
What’s the best advice you have for people coming to the Salem Holiday Market? Get ready to shop.
What is your website address? https://www.blissnutbutters.com/
Check out more about their products with the .pdf below:
Jerry Lelack of SJL Woodworking (Booth J15) is a Salem Holiday Market regular and works in wood to make beautiful gifts:
How many years have you been attending the Salem Holiday Market? Approximately 19.
What are you bringing to 2019’s Market? Turned wood bowls and platters.
What’s new at your booth? Basket looking bowls.
What’s your favorite thing about Salem Holiday Market? People.
What’s the best advice you have for people coming to the Salem Holiday Market? See all booths.
Salem Holiday Market takes place from Dec. 13 to 15, 2019, with Friday evening also being a fundraiser for the Chemeketa Student Relief Fund. You can get a discount on your entry to the market with coupons from vendors. People who join our Patreon can get a special discount at our booth. Penguinate.com will be at space J13.