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A Treat from the Union Station Holiday Market by Denver Flea

Sport your winter best and cross off everyone on your gifting list this year with a ticket promo to the city's coolest holiday market. Plus: two festive cocktail recipes to celebrate the season



Photos courtesy of Denver Flea

The Union Station Holiday Market by Denver Flea will include four weekends of shopping, festivities and winter fun all at the historic Denver Union Station

Hundreds of Colorado’s best makers and artisan brands will pack the Plaza of Union Station each weekend throughout the season, for a holiday shopping wonderland, in the heart of the Mile High, paired with music, eats, drinks, activities and more.

The Holiday Market kicks off on Friday, November 23 (Black Friday!) with Denver Union Station’s Grand Illumination celebration, and continues into Small Business Saturday on Saturday, November 24. It's the perfect place to kick off the holiday season and support local businesses. 

50+ new vendors will showcase their stuff each weekend, including Kimothy Joy, Eredita Shoes, Meraki Printing, Leanna Organics, Mellivora, My Bohemian House, True West Hats, Reign Rituals, Weirdo Coffee, Bokk Baby and more.

Made especially for our readers, enter the code COHOMESLIFESTYLES for 20% off you entry ticket. Click here to purchase your ticket! 

BONUS: Denver Flea shared two festive cocktails to get you in the holiday (flea!) spirit. 

Cheers!

Holiday Who-Be, What-Ee?

1.5 oz Tito’s Vodka

.75 oz Pomegranate Juice

.25 oz Orange Juice

.25 oz Lime Juice

.5 oz Vanilla Syrup

Barspoon Bhakti Chai Concentrate

Wet Bandits

1.5 oz Old Forester Bourbon

.75 oz Apple Juice

.5 oz Lemon Juice

.5 oz Cinnamon Syrup

.25 oz New Deal Ginger Liqueur

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