Edmonds Art Beat: Last weekend for holiday gifts at local markets, plus virtual performances

Among the treasures spotted at a recent Edmonds Holiday Market: A metal enameled crow tree ornament. (File photo by Larry Vogel)

Edmonds Holiday Market last chance

One last opportunity to find the perfect specialty gift item, support local artists and vendors and enjoy a walk through the Holiday market. Saturday December 19th is the last chance to shop the Edmonds Holiday Market. Learn more here.

Perrinville Holiday Market final weekend

Crystals Wired offers one-of-a-kind jewelry and their own gemstone tree table toppers at the Perrinville Holiday Market. (File photo by Larry Vogel)

Sunday from 10-3 will be the last Perrinville Holiday Market of the season. The event has been going weekly and features handcrafted jewelry, crystal trees, Christmas ornaments, garden art, glass art, metal art, photographs & cards, sweets, baked and goods and other specialty gift items from local artisans. Learn more here.

Image courtesy of Northwest Boychoir website

A Festival of Lessons & Carols, a Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint! virtual event

Photo courtesy Northwest Boys Choir

Enjoy 80 performers live throughout the greater Puget Sound region via the Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint! Seattle’s YouTube channel on Tuesday Dec. 22 at 7:30 p.m. The performance combines the chorus of the Northwest Boychoir and young men and women of Vocalpoint! Seattle, who have been recording while in quarantine to continue this 42-year tradition. This is a free event, with more information here.

A (Very Special Improvised) Christmas Carol online

This Saturday, Dec. 19, Unexpected Productions takes you on a journey through Christmas past and present during a special evening broadcast live from the Market Theatre in the heart of Pike Place Market. Ticket sales benefit the reopening efforts of Unexpected Productions. The family ticket provides you a link to live-stream from your home and enjoy improv from the cast of Unexpected Productions. Tickets can be purchased here.

— By Rachel Gardner

Rachel Gardner has a heartfelt appreciation for art in all forms and believes everyone is an artist, some just don’t know it yet. A dedicated and involved Edmonds resident, she can often be spotted onstage cracking jokes between sets or in the audience enjoying local live performances. She enjoys being playful with her art and finding unique ways of expression, like forming a boho-grunge-folk ukulele trio with local Edmonds moms.


  1. The lady who created the enamel work is a true artist! I bought one of her large crowd for a Christmas gift. It’s beautifully made.

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