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Holiday markets in the Highland Lakes

Enjoy Christmas at the Barn at Green Acres in Spicewood through the holiday season. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

Buy handmade and imported items from local vendors to add some panache to your Christmas gift list while creating festive memories. Evenings and afternoons, morning and all day, these Highland Lakes markets offer something for everyone. Several are held during major Christmas events in the community. Turn your Christmas shopping into an awesome outing that becomes part of your family traditions.

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Nov. 5-Dec. 24

Christmas at the Barn

Green Acres

6038 Texas 71, Spicewood

For two months, Green Acres opens its “glamping” and barn site on the weekend for what it calls a “Hallmark movie right here in the Hill Country.” Featured gifts include clothing, household goods, and fine art in this unique pop-up shopping space.

5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2

Horseshoe Bay Holidaze

Bay Pharmacy and Tall Texan Building

7405 FM 2147 West, Horseshoe Bay

Take advantage of a weekday evening Christmas market with 30-35 vendors showing their wares. Refreshments, samples, and giveaways! Organized by the Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance.

10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4

Bertram Country Christmas

Vaughn Street, Bertram

Handmade items from Highland Lakes vendors will awe and amaze. Toe-tapping live music will inspire and excite as you check off friends and family from your gift list. Visit the city of Bertram website for more information.

4-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4

Christmas Market on Main

200 Main St., Marble Falls

Stroll through more than 50 booths to fill your gift boxes, bags, and stockings with an assortment of local fare. Visit the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce website for more information or to sign up as a vendor.

Noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11

Christmas on the Square

Burnet County Courthouse square

220 S. Pierce St., Burnet

Shop, play, and eat at this spectacular Christmas celebration. Merchants and food vendors line the streets while you listen to live music and kids slip, slide, and play in the snow. (No matter the weather, snow always appears at Christmas on the Square!) Stay for the parade, bicycle drawing, and visit from Santa. Go to the Burnet Chamber of Commerce website for a full schedule.

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