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Michler’s Greenhouses provides the idyllic setting for a romantic Christmas Market. The aromas of blooming citrus blending with the cinnamon and cloves of hot mulled wine.

Christmas pastries will be piled up for the sweet tooth to nibble by a fire. The sound of the Cello will be echoing off the glass. Naturally, no market is complete without artists and artisans. We are hosting a diversity of vendors to provide locally made ceramics, jewelry, cards, jams, soaps, ornaments and more. Michler’s wreath makers will be crafting wreaths all day and our florists decorating boxwood trees.

Schedule

Saturday, December 3rd from 11AM-5PM
Sunday, December 4th from 12PM-4PM

Invite your Friends 

Visit our Facebook event to invite your friends and follow as we add more photos and music info.  

Parking

Free parking is available at 446 East High Street (look for the Kentucky Native Café sign).  Limited parking is also available at Michler's main entrance at 417 East Maxwell Street.  

Market Photos and Vendors

Vendors

Arrowwalk Art Glass - Jennifer Lackey Moore 
Jennifer Lackey Moore is a silversmith that incorporates her own kiln fused glass as the main focal point of the piece. She feels that everyone deserves unique wearable art and strives to make her jewelry reflect just that.

Daro Gallery - Steve Davis-Rosenbaum 
Steve Davis- Rosenbaum is a ceramics artist specializing in Maiolica Pottery. The word Maiolica refers a historical style and technique that dates back to the 9th century, and is unique for its colorful decoration. After being bisqued (or first fired), the pottery is coated with the maiolica glaze and decorated with colored stains. During the firing, the stains melt into the glaze resulting in colorfully designed pottery.

October Press - Deborah Kessler   
Deborah Kessler is a letterpress printer based here in Lexington.  Her broadsides and note cards are printed on antique presses.  Broadsides are signed by the author, and include the work of George Ella Lyon, Gray Zeitz, Michael Moran, Dianne Moomey, Richard Taylor and others.  

Lindy Huber 
A fiber artist, photographer and farmer.  Lindy Huber will be featuring felted items including some with fibers from her own sheep and alpacas.  Huber will also be selling hand-dyed eco printed scarves.  

JUSBRI Designs - Heather Saunders and Pat O'Brien 
Hand-crafted jewelry.  

Kathleen Esser 
Kathleen Esser is a watercolor painter with a love of nature.  Divergent shapes from nature, flowers, and landscapes are her inspiration for her paintings.  

Ukrainian Inspired Pysanky - Deedee Lanham 
Deedee Lanham makes pysanky egg ornaments, which are made by a series of colors dyed on blown egg shells using a traditional wax resistant method.  

Woolbies - LaTosha Hall 
LaTosha Hall is populating the world with her adorable felt rabbits and music boxes.  

TweedleBead - Jane Roth
 Specializes in loom beading using Japanese seed beads.  

Funky Junk - Marie Pullen
Pullen uses found artifacts and salvage wood to create unique hand-made pieces

Crafted by Kim  - Kim Spalding 
Kim Spalding use salvage wood to create wall art.  

Teri Kelly
Sells and broad range of vintage jewelry and ornaments.  

Open Window Scents - LaDonna Durham 
Handmade soaps. 

Mrs. Toads Jam - Elizabeth Hendricks Montgomery 
Kentucky's finest selection of Jams and Jellies from Elizabeth Montgomery (one of the Three Toads Flower Farmers).  

MonTea - Erin Lynch 
Kentucky Native Café will be partnering with MonTea to sell some delightful tea cocktails to warm you during the market. The British Army has a Christmas Morning tradition of drinking tea with rum, which they call gunfire.  We don't want to miss out on such noble tradition...cheers.   MonTea will also have their wonderful loose leaf tea blends available for purchase.  

Meadow House - Laura Poulette 
Beautiful watercolor lettering, botanically inspired.  

Z Reed Bookbinding - Zannah Reed 
Handmade books and boxes.  

Katie Joya Photography - Katie Joya 
Nature and botanical photography.  

Ash Hill Alpacas and Wild Rose Farm - Kate Robie and David Lowry 
Alpaca hats, scarves, and fiber art.