The Best Holiday Markets and Craft Fairs in Wichita | 2023

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Get a jump on your holiday shopping by visiting one (or more) of these local shopping spots over the next couple of months with our 2023 Guide to Wichita Holiday Markets and Craft Fairs:

2023 Church of the Magdalen Bazaar

Saturday, November 4, 9am-4pm
Church of the Magdalen, 12626 E 21st St N

Spirit Bazaar

Saturday, November 11, 9am-3pm
Church of the Holy Spirit, 18218 W. Highway 54, Goddard

28th Annual Wichita Alternative Gift Market

Saturday, November 11, 10am-3pm
Hillside Christian Church, 8330 E. Douglas

8th Annual Jingle Bell Junction Craft Show

Saturday, November 25, 9am-4pm
Winfield Kansas Fairgrounds, 1105 W. 9th, Winfield

Holiday Market

Friday, December 1, 10am-3pm
Catholic Care Center, 6700 E 45th Street N.

Holiday Shopping Craft Fair

Saturday, December 2, 9am-3pm
Risen Savior Lutheran Church, 6770 E 34th Street N.

Indian ART Market

Saturday, December 2, 10am-3pm
Mid-America All-Indian Museum, 650 N. Seneca

Holidaze! Annual Pop Up Market

Sunday, December 3, 11am-4pm
Brink & Mortar Venue, 230 S. Topeka

Hometown Christmas Market and Craft Fair

Saturday, December 9, 9am-2pm
201 E School St, Rose Hill

For more holiday and Christmas events in and around town, check out our
Ultimate Holiday Guide to Holiday and Christmas Events in Wichita!

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Meaghan Koci
Meaghan wears many hats throughout the day: wife to husband of fifteen years, Jeremy, mom to two incredible children, Jacob and Aliza, legal assistant, foster parent, and surrogate. A Wichita native, she met her husband at K-State (Go State!) and they moved from coast (Los Angeles, CA) to coast (Manchester, NH and Groton, CT) before settling back down in Kansas. She is a big fan of her crock pots, has read more than a novel a day for the last five years, and crochets in her “spare” time.