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Wintertide 2021 with family fun

Holiday Makers Markets

There's no need to stress over those gift lists - Everett's makers, crafters and artisans can help you find that perfect gift for everyone on your list (and maybe even a little something-something for yourself?). Swing by the Everett Makers Market to load up on local handmade goods like photography, art prints, pottery, plants, skincare, and jewelry amongst an assortment of other handcrafted items.  

  • Downtown market
    • Saturday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
    • Sunday, Nov. 28, 11 a.m. – 4p.m.
    • Wetmore Avenue, between Everett Avenue and California Street
  • Port of Everett's Holiday on the Bay market:
    • Saturday, Dec. 4, noon-6 p.m.
    • Pacific Rim Plaza, 1028 13th St.

Downtown Everett's Shop Small, Win Big Giveaway

 #ShopSmall in Downtown Everett this Wintertide! The Downtown Everett Association will once again produce the annual Downtown Everett Shopping Guide, and they’re bringing back last year’s popular Everett canvas shopping totes. The guides and totes both launch on Small Business Saturday (Nov. 27) to kick off the holiday shopping season in Downtown Everett – be sure to find them at the Everett Makers Market to get yours! This November, they’ll also introduce two new programs: the “Shop Small, Win Big Giveaway,” running from Small Business Saturday through New Year’s, and the Downtown Everett gift card.

  • When: Nov. 27 - Jan. 1
  • Where: Downtown Everett

Schack Art Center's 2021 Holiday Exhibit and Northwest Watercolor Society Signature Exhibition

From Nov. 18 through Jan. 2, visit the Schack Art Center to shop for unique gifts from their annual Holiday Art Exhibit, including a large mix of regional glass, ceramic, wood and jewelry artists, as well as the Northwest Watercolor Society Signature Exhibition presenting a collection of work representing the best of the best in water media. Learn more here.

Shop Everett Mall

Everett Mall is home to over 30 locally-owned small businesses.  Find your favorite small business at   Also remember that almost all of our food court operators are locally-owned small businesses with to-go options available.”

Downtown parking

Be generous and save the street parking for those with limited mobility. Park in Everett's FREE parking garage, Everpark. It's smack-dab in the middle of all the action.