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Christmas Market at Southern Heartland Arts


Christmas Market Window 2013Southern Heartland Arts is joining in the Christmas celebrations in downtown Covington!  Their front window is decorated to prepare for their annual Christmas Market. 

The Christmas market runs from November 2nd, 2013 to December 31st.  The market features a wide assortment of hand-made gifts, all from local artisans.  As an added benefit to shopping for your holiday presents locally, they are priced to be under $100.

Stop by the Square in Covington to visit Southern Heartland Arts for their Christmas Market, located at 1132 Monticello Street in Covington, Georgia.  To join in the downtown festivities, their elf will be back on Thursday evenings and on Saturdays, starting November 21st. 

Where else can you purchase one-of-a-kind handmade gifts from a Christmas market, while supporting local artists and not breaking the bank?

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