Gazebo Holiday Market 2017

 

We invite you to join us at this year’s Gazebo Holiday Market

Immerse yourself in the unique shopping experience!

Gazebo is a two day, one-stop holiday shopping extravaganza featuring unique merchandise from more than 60+ carefully selected vendors from Chicago and across the country. Shop for clothing, gourmet foods, gifts, children’s items, jewelry and more during the market – we promise you’ll find everything you need and more!

You can feel good knowing that your support of Junior League of Chicago fundraiser will make a direct impact on the Chicago-land communities.

 

The Junior League of Chicago’s Gazebo Holiday Market is a fundraiser that supports the JLC’s work in the community. Through our legacy of trusted volunteerism, we empower women to engage in thoughtful collaborations that share a common purpose: to support women and children in the Chicago-land community. More than 1,200 trained volunteers serve the Chicago community and its surrounding suburbs, donating over 50,000 hours to the community each year.


VENDORS

Interested in being a vendor for our event on November 10-11? Check out our vendor information page.

Applications are due by October 1st


The Schedule of the Holiday Market is as followed:
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Our Special Preview Party is Friday, November 10

Get a sneak peak of the market. Enjoy an open bar and appetizers as you shop around. Also, enjoy our fabulous raffle with entertainment.

 

General Shopping Day is Saturday, November 11

Start your Christmas shopping at our Gazebo Holiday Market. Enjoy a delicious brunch buffet and shop around for gifts!

  • DONATION: A Donation of $10 per person is kindly requested. 

Press

“Leave it to the Junior League to take a three-generation tradition like Gazebo and make it fresh and fabulous in 2016. Just as the League matches community needs with skilled volunteers, bringing people across Chicago together for a good cause, the holiday market featured 60 vanguard vendors who attracted many of the League’s 1200 members and other guests from all over the city.”

– Judy Carmack Bross Editor of Classic Chicago Magazine