Junior League members share what to expect at Holiday Market
12:16 PM, Nov 2, 2013
8:48 AM, Nov 13, 2013
TAMPA - The Junior League of Tampa is working on getting ready for their annual Holiday Market held at the Florida State Fairgrounds.
The mayor will cut the ribbon, opening the market Friday, November 8 kicking off the holiday buying event.
There will be more merchants than ever this year, including a 150 to be exact. Out of the 150 vendors, 53 are brand new. Shoppers can stroll through the market which offers boutique clothing, handbags and jewelry as well as holiday inspired items.
The best part about the makret is that the Junior League donates 100% of net proceeds to the league's community projects and leadership programs.
The market is open on the following dates and times: