Electric Works and Union Street Market release 2023 holiday schedule of events

Union Street Market at Electric Works invites the community to celebrate the holidays — with festive events all season long, including Union Street Market’s second annual Holiday Artisan Market, a Christmas-themed trivia night, a Christmas brunch, live holiday music, multiple opportunities to visit with Santa, Mrs. Claus, reindeer, and more.

Union Street Market’s holiday season will kick off with the opening of its Holiday Artisan Market on Small Business Saturday (also part of Downtown Fort Wayne’s Holly Shopping) this Saturday, Nov. 25. The Holiday Artisan Market is a pop-up shopping experience featuring a variety of local makers, artists, and vendors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday until Dec. 17.

Molly Conner, marketing manager of Union Street Market, said, “We’re looking forward to a holiday season full of festive events — including the return of the Holiday Artisan Market, which was really popular last year. We’ll have plenty to do with family and friends alike. In addition to all the special experiences we’re offering, Union Street Market is home to 17 different food and beverage merchants who also sell specialty culinary products and gift cards. It’s a great place to get some holiday shopping done while you’re here enjoying live music, brunch, or trivia.”

In addition to the pop-up market, Union Street Market and some of its merchants will host a variety of holiday events, specials, and decor. To see a full lineup of events, visit unionstreetmarket.org.

About Union Street Market
Union Street Market is a food hall and public market located inside the historic Electric Works campus. The Market provides a range of diverse food and beverage offerings from over 15 merchants, all of which are independent, locally-owned businesses. For more information, visit the Union Street Market website at unionstreetmarket.org.

About Electric Works
Electric Works is a mixed-use district of innovation, energy and culture, developed as a public-private partnership between Ancora Partners and the City of Fort Wayne, Allen County, and the State of Indiana. A redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the former General Electric campus, the first phase of Electric Works includes more than 700,000 square feet of space and offers office, innovation, education, healthcare, retail, entertainment, and community uses to create new opportunities for inclusive economic growth. For more information, visit the Electric Works website at fortwayneelectricworks.com.