November brings plenty of holiday shopping opportunities, but none may be bigger and better than the 2021 Quincy Craft & Christmas Market returning to the Oakley Lindsay Center.

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We are officially in holiday shopping season with the start of November, and with all the drama surrounding the big box stores and having to wait for shipments from overseas being stuck at the ports, now may be the best time ever to shop and support local this holiday season. This is why we here at Townsquare Media are so excited to see the return of the massive 2021 Quincy Craft and Christmas Market coming to the Oakley Lindsay Center!

The 2021 Quincy Craft & Christmas Market is scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 12th, 13th, and 14th at the Oakley Lindsay Center according to their Facebook event page, on the event page they say...

"This show features handmade and custom items from some of the BEST craft vendors in the Midwest. Shop early and pickup great Christmas gifts, clothing, jewelry, holiday décor, handmade items and so much more! While you shop, enjoy some tasty treats, a glass of wine, and other beverages."

The event costs only $3 to get into and kids under 12 are completely free, and if you want to save more money, you can bring a canned food item to donate and get a dollar off your admission!

This massive shopping event supports so many local vendors and small businesses, plus it is a way for you to find special, unique gifts to give to your loved ones this holiday season.

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