Celebrate the Official Kick-off to the Holidays at the Seasons Christmas Show, November 11-13
Shop artisan products from the local makers; craft show-stopping centrepieces, glass ornaments, and more with make and take workshops; and discover plenty of stocking-stuffer inspiration
The Seasons Christmas Show runs concurrently with the Fall Cottage Life Show both accessible with one ticket available at seasonsshow.com
The holiday season begins with the return of the annual Seasons Christmas Show where visitors will indulge in the festivities, from shopping for unique, locally-made gifts under twinkling lights in the Makeful Market; to crafting holiday show-stopper centerpieces in the Make & Take Workshop; sipping refreshing beverages in the Polar Bar; and taking advantage of the show’s complimentary gift-wrapping services. The Seasons Christmas Show returns to the International Centre, Mississauga from Friday, Nov. 11 to Sunday, Nov. 13. The show runs concurrently with the Fall Cottage life Show, offering shoppers access to both shows for the price of one admission. Tickets are available now on the Seasons Christmas Show website.
The Seasons Christmas Show offers shoppers an emporium of trendy handmade and homespun delights for every foodie, trendsetter, home-design aficionado and Christmas cheerleader in their life. Visitors will discover unique items including succulent candle planters, edible chocolate art, hand balm sanitizers and much more in the Makeful Market, highlighting local artisans, crafters and makers.
The Seasons Stage lineup is packed with talented decorators, chefs and stylists, who will bring beautiful and contemporary holiday projects to life. This includes Cityline’s Lynn Spence sharing her top must-have items from the show floor, Breakfast Television’s Frankie Flowers, showcasing his favourite live plants to decorate your home with for the holidays, and Chef Jo Lusted (Compete to Eat) demonstrating how to make the ultimate holiday-inspired grazing boards.
At the Make and Take Workshop, visitors will participate in a range of holiday-themed DIY sessions hosted by talented local creatives. Maggie Frith, Season 4 semi-finalist on The Great Canadian Baking Show and owner of The Magpie Cakery, hosts holiday sugar cookie decorating 101; Kate Seaver, founder of Kate’s Garden, will demonstrate how to make mini holiday centrepieces; Hasmig Royan, owner of Green Garden Succulents, will show how to create DIY holiday planters; and Brenna Zuest and Chris Caira, owners of The Maker Bean Cafe, are teaching how to make impressive stained glass ornaments.