On Thursday, December 8 from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m., Roslindale Village Main Street will host their annual Holiday Market. This annual market is a festive event to bring residents, visitors, and local businesses together to celebrate and shop for the season. Local vendors will be set up on Birch Street Plaza, at the Emerald Society Building at 10 Birch Street, and at several nearby businesses.
Come down to do your holiday shopping from craft vendors, listen to live music, shop local businesses, enjoy food and drinks, and spread cheer with your neighbors and friends in Roslindale! The Holiday Market will feature 22 visiting vendors, offering everything from ceramics and jewelry, to photography and blown glass, books, and more.
Vendors will be located inside the Emerald Society Building at 10 Birch Street, on Birch Street Plaza, and in nearby storefronts and patios at Sophia’s Grotto, Distraction Brewing Company, Weesh Bake Shop, and Midnight Morning (coming soon!).
The JP Honk Band and New Liberty Jazz Band will perform throughout the Village and carolers from the Roslindale Congregational Church will be singing during the event.
“We are so excited for this year’s Holiday Market! Each year, it brings so much holiday cheer to the neighborhood, and we have some fantastic vendors lined up. We love this event because it brings together local residents, established storefronts, and local vendors, and also welcomes visitors to our well-loved neighborhood.” – Steve Marcelin, Event Manager, Roslindale Village Main Street
Roslindale Village Main Street (RVMS) is a community-driven nonprofit organization that seeks to promote Roslindale Village as an appealing destination and the dynamic center of our community. It brings together residents, business owners, property owners, and public agencies with a common stake in supporting a vibrant and healthy neighborhood business district and works closely with volunteers to strengthen the Village’s economic vitality, physical appearance, and unique local character. RVMS was established in 1985 as one of the first urban Main Street Program in the nation.