FYI Philly’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking stuffers, Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa gifts for everyone on your list

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Consider us your guide to Christmas gifts with gifts from many local makers, museum gift shops and hosiery retailers.

Christmas shopping at Christmas Village, Made In Philadelphia Market

In its 15th season, the Christmas Village is back at Love Park and City Hall, modeled on an authentic German Christmas market.

Vendors with goods of all kinds are showcased in brand new wooden shacks, with a selection of gifts from clothing to ornaments and everything in between.

Across the street in Dilworth Park, the Made In Philadelphia Market features wares from local artisans.

Look for vendors in the white tents, also with a variety of gift ideas.

Christmas Village in Philadelphia | Facebook | Instagram

1500 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

From now until 24.12.2022

11 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily

Friday-Saturday until 8 p.m

Christmas Eve until 5 p.m

Made in the Philadelphia Market | Facebook | Instagram

Dilworth Park

1 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Now through January 1, 2023

December 25, 2022 closed

11 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily

Friday-Saturday until 8 p.m

Christmas Eve until 5 p.m

The PHLASH bus loop takes you to Black and Brown stores during the holidays

Every Friday in December, Christmas shopping just got a boost with a new free bus route called the Philly PHLASH Shopping Loop.

Get all your shopping done in one day with a free bus, four neighborhoods, and plenty of shops.

Passengers can board the bus at noon at the Independence Visitor Center (599 Market Street) and are then given an hour at each of four stops in different Philly boroughs.

Visit Philly highlights black- and brown-owned businesses in each neighborhood to encourage customers to support their businesses.

The full day of shopping will return the passengers to the original pickup location around 4:00 PM.

blank

Visit Philadelphia PHLASH Shopping Loop | Facebook | Instagram

800-537-7676

The route operates once every Friday until December 23rd

Hop on the Jolly Trolley for a tipsy holiday light tour

Philadelphia-based travel company Founding Footsteps celebrates the holiday season with its annual Holiday Light Tour.

Guests board the Jolly Trolley for a musically guided tour of Philadelphia’s famous neighborhoods, each adorned with lights.

The tour is BYOB and will stop at Miracle on South 13th Street, The Smedley Street Christmas Spectacular, Santa’s Speakeasy at Craft Hall and Sto’s Christmas Pop-Up.

The trolley has live music to get trolley drivers in the holiday mood.

Tours run through December 31st.

Stocking Stuffers: There’s something for everyone at these local shops.

No matter how picky the recipient is, we have gifts for car lovers, cheese lovers, creatives and everything in between.

For the car lover:

Philadelphia Auto Show | website | Facebook | Instagram

January 28 – February 5

Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107

The Black Tie Gala on January 27 benefits CHOP’s Nursing Department

For the garden lover:

PHS Philadelphia Flower Show | website |Facebook | Instagram

March 4th to 12th

Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107

*Tickets at the lowest discounted price until December 31st

For creative types:

ARTrageous Brush and Flow Paint Party| website |Facebook |Instagram

6345 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, Pa. 19144

(267) 592-7116 | Brushandflow@gmail.com

For competition types:

Twenty one pips | website | Facebook | Instagram

24 Cricket Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 19003

(610) 228-2711 | info@twentyonepips.com

For the cheese lover:

Philly Cheese School | website | Facebook | Instagram

701 S 9th St, Philadelphia, Pa. 19147

For pasta fans:

Homemade by Bruno | website | Facebook | Instagram

1429 Wharton Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19146

For the Tipplers:
Strivers Row Distillery |
website | Instagram

strebersrowdistillery@gmail.com

To the Coffee Made by Whiskey People:

Char & stave| website |Facebook | Instagram

21 Rittenhouse Pl, Ardmore, Pa. 19003

For coffee & chocolate lovers:

triangle roaster | website | Facebook | instagram/

(215) 266-1143 | info@triangleroasters.com

For someone who digs houseplants

The Jade Forest | Instagram

626 S. 7th Street (7th & Bainbridge), Philadelphia, Pa. 19147

For the fashionista:

| Loyalty Leather | Facebook | Instagram

For vinyl lovers:

changed music forever & Gifts | website |Facebook |Instagram

28 S Main Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

For the climate conscious:

Ray’s Reusable Items |website | Facebook | Instagram

935 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

For the skin care conscious:

Sabbatical Beauty | website | Facebook |Instagram

Bok Building, 901 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148

(267) 205-5529

Support a local teenpreneur:

Cee all clear and euphoric| Instagram

The Haut Cafe |Instagram

For gifts that make a difference:

Something else by Eric | website | Facebook

814 W Lancaster Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

(484) 612-5357

Soltane Cafe | website | Facebook | Instagram

138 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, Pa. 19460

(484) 924-8042

Christmas shopping, programming at Phila. Art Museum, Weitzman, AAMP

The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts dozens of exhibits, including the exclusive Matisse in the 1930s.

You can browse more than 140 works in seven galleries before shopping in the dedicated exhibition shop, filled with gifts inspired by Henri Matisse and his art.

“We have everything from vintage handbags to groceries imported from France to a selection of books about Matisse,” says Christine Kostyrka, director of retail at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Matisse in the 1930s runs through January 29th.

The museum has three other shops with great gifts to tick off your list.

The main store has everything from postcards and posters to books and a popular header with art supplies from around the world.

The American Shop, located next to the American Galleries, offers quilted and repurposed items, as well as ceramics and tinware.

The Design Store is perfect for lovers of modern design of all kinds.

Shops at the museum support nearly 100 local manufacturers.

You can also browse more than 4,000 items in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s online store.

———

The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History features Hanukkah gifts and decor.

“We have all the essentials like menorahs, dreidels, hostess and hostess gifts for Hanukkah parties, and greeting cards,” says Kristen Kreider, general manager of the Weitzman.

Many of the items are curated by local and Israeli manufacturers.

There are several items with ties to Philadelphia, including designs of the LOVE sculpture in Hebrew characters, and an entire line of products celebrating the 16-foot OY/YO sculpture that stands in front of the museum.

100% of the store’s proceeds support the museum’s mission to preserve and celebrate Jewish history in America.

“There’s so much here that you don’t have to be a Jew to appreciate it,” says Kreider.

The Weitzman’s biggest day of the year is actually Christmas Day.

It’s a day of programmes, music and films designed to welcome people from all backgrounds.

“Buddhists and Muslims and people who don’t celebrate any religion, or Christians who want to get out of the house,” says Kreider.

———

The African American Museum in Philadelphia has a number of Kwanzaa programs planned.

“We enjoy our African descent. We reclaim our heritage and are proud of who we are, where we came from and what we have created,” said Morgan Lloyd, program coordinator at AAMP.

The seven-day celebration runs from December 26 to January 1 with panel discussions, drum circles and a night market.

The museum’s gift shop is a showcase of black excellence, with items from historical figures such as Octavius ​​Catto, Harriet Tubman, and Vice President Kamala Harris.

There are also items with traditional African prints, including purses and fans.

The vision & Spirit” exhibit is a must-see, highlighting the creative spirit of African-American artists.

“Vision & Spirit” runs until February 19.

Philadelphia Art Museum | Facebook | Instagram

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130

215-763-8100

Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History | Facebook | Instagram

101 S. Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106

215-923-3811

African American Museum in Philadelphia | Facebook | Instagram

701 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

215-574-0380

Philadelphia Ballet dances The Nutcracker at the Academy of Music

The Philadelphia Ballet will be dancing George Balanchine’s beloved “Nutcracker” throughout December.

The timeless ballet tells the story of young Marie, who gets a nutcracker on Christmas Eve.

Marie is transported to the land of sweets to the sounds of Tchaikovsky’s signature score.

The ballet features more than 70 dancers on stage, including children from the School of Philadelphia Ballet.

The ballet is the company’s longest-running production and a tradition that brings audiences and dancers together for a little holiday magic.

“The Nutcracker” runs until December 28th at the Music Academy.

Philadelphia Ballet | Facebook | Instagram

SHOW EXTRAS

You can celebrate the holidays with The Philly POPS Christmas: Spectacular Sounds of the Season until December 17th.

Broadway stars Mandy Gonzalez and Jordan Donica are guest singers.

The POPS are joined on stage by three choirs, more than 300 singers, including a singing Santa Claus.

A Philly POPS Christmas: Spectacular sounds of the season | Facebook |Instagram

Although on 17.12

Verizon Hall of the Kimmel Center

300 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102

The Sisterly Love Collective is hosting a merry market at Headhouse Shambles on Saturday 17th December from 12pm – 4pm.

With more than 40 food and restaurant vendors in the pop-up shop, there are gifts galore for the foodies on your list.

All companies are owned by women.

Sisterly Love Food Collective Merry Market | Facebook | Instagram

December 17, 12-4 p.m

Headhouse Shambles, 2 & Pine Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 19147

The Philadelphia Mills Mall parking lot was transformed into Dasher’s light show, with more than a million twinkling LEDs dancing to Christmas carols.

Highlights include six lighted tunnels, singing digital characters, and trees up to 40 feet tall.

The 20-minute experience runs from nightfall until 10:30pm each night until New Year’s Eve.

Dasher’s light show |Facebook | Instagram

Philadelphia Mills Mall, 1455 Franklin Mills Circle, Philadelphia, Pa. 19154

Copyright © 2022 WPVI-TV. All rights reserved.

https://6abc.com/holiday-gift-guide-stocking-stuffers-where-to-do-shopping-christmas/12544937/ FYI Philly’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking stuffers, Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa gifts for everyone on your list

Alley Einstein

USTimesPost.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@ustimespost.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button