Bring some holiday cheer into your stay-at-home springtime with the Heurich House Museum’s first-ever Christkindlmarkt in April. This is an online market featuring virtual stalls from more than 25 local artisans from around the District, Virginia, and Maryland.
From Saturday, April 18th through Sunday, April 26th, shop the best products from a selection of locally-made prints, bath & body, pantry items, jewelry, housewares, and more from the comfort of your couch.
“Christkindlmarkt in April is our way of supporting the talented entrepreneurs who have been part of our markets in seasons past.”– Executive Director Kim Bender.
Heurich House Museum, which is temporarily closed due to DC’s COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, will launch a unique marketplace on its website on Saturday, April 18th.
The market will be accessible via the link on heurichhouse.org. Visitors will be able to shop at their leisure through 11:59 pm on Sunday, April 26th from virtual “stalls.”
734 Coffee, Bicycle Trash, The Card Bureau, Carmonamedina Studio, Cindy Liebel Jewelry, The Cookie Jar DC, Elizabeth Graeber Art & Illustration, Handmade Habitat, JSquared Candle Co., Kicheko Goods, Langdon Wood Maple Syrup, Marni Manning, Moonlight Bindery, The Neighborgoods, Old Town Suds, Pratt Standard Cocktail Co., Printed Wild, Revery Paper Flora, Sarah Cecelia Jewelry & Metal Goods, Seyyah, Stitch & Rivet, Sweet Crimes Bakery, and more.
This simple one-stop-shop marketplace format allows visitors to choose from over 100 locally-made products but pay only once with free shipping from the comfort of their homes.