Montreal's Atwater Market will yet again transform into a winter wonderful Christmas Village this year!\n50 tiny chalets will be serving up amazing food and beautiful art alongside Christmas Choirs and local musicians.\nGet the what, when, where below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Christmas Village at Atwater Market is back again in Montreal for another year!\nSure, sure, it's only the first of October, Christmas seems like lightyears away and, y'know what, maybe it is a bit too soon to be announcing this great news.\nBut the spirit of Christmas is infectious, and in a city like Montreal where we get so much snow and such cold temperatures, we need something festive to get us through the long winter nights.\nIt's beyond any religious celebration. Christmas is about food, community, the great outdoors, the great indoors and so much more. Though there's no denying - that Christ guy clearly knew how to throw a proper birthday party, if people still celebrate it today.\nTake this outdoor market that runs all winter long, for example, which has the ability to bring out artisans and art lovers, chefs and foodies, adults and children, no matter the weather or windchill.\nSo that's why we're sharing this great news so early - because it really is news to get excited about... and maybe you want to mark it in your calendar so you can start your Christmas shopping as early as possible.\nBecause we all know, by December it's going to be packed.\nThe Atwater Market will transform into a Christmas Village near the end of November and will remain a little piece of the North Pole right here in Montreal until right before Christmas Day.\nView this post on Instagram Village de Noël 🤗🤩🎅 A post shared by Laure Rm (@laure.rm38) on Dec 9, 2018 at 8:29am PST\nView this post on Instagram #winterinmontreal #winterwonderland #villagedenoel #marchedenoel #marcheatwater #christmas #christmasvibes #holidayseason #holidays #livemontreal #mtlmoments #mtllove @noelmontreal @marcheatwater A post shared by Caro Labbé (@caroolabbe) on Dec 28, 2018 at 6:15pm PST\nThe market is made up of 50 tiny little chalet huts where local artisans, crafters and restaurateurs display their amazing work to the public.\nREAD ALSO: A Christmas Themed Pop-Up Bar Is Coming To Montreal This Winter\nIn addition to shopping, there's always some entertainment. Would it be a Montreal event without some local musicians, Christmas choirs and other shows? Obviously not.\nView this post on Instagram out of all the Christmas villages in montreal (there are many), the new one at the atwater market is my favorite. #montrealjetaime A post shared by jaclyn turner (@jaclyn_t) on Dec 21, 2017 at 8:57am PST\nView this post on Instagram Markets to keep the soul warm, fire to keep the body warm! Village de Noël de Montréal!! ° ° ° ° #traveler #travel #fire #markets #local #montreal #quebec #canada #explore #adventure #wander #wanderlust #life #hippie #journey #winter #2018 A post shared by Tyler (@traveling_hippie402) on Dec 24, 2018 at 4:00pm PST\nThere's also little bonfires to roast some marshmallows, tons of activities and events for kids and you can even grab your Christmas tree on your way out!\nGet all the full what, when, where below!\nView this post on Instagram Craving for a delicious maple taffy 🍁 . . . . . #mapletaffy #maplesyrup #mapletaffyonsnow #montreal #quebec #canada #mtlmoments #foodies #foodporn #foodgasm #instafood #instamoment #igers_food #ig_food #foodstagram #montrealfood #foodphotography #foodpics #eatingmtl #mtlfoodies #igersmontreal #igersmtl #igerscanada #mtlfoodies #eatmontreal #sweet A post shared by Stef M Foodie (@smarkfoodie) on Dec 19, 2018 at 7:20pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Le Village de Noël 🎄 Je m’en vais vers le chalet gourmand, qui me suit? 😋 A post shared by Lyzie McCake 🍰 (@lyziemccake) on Dec 20, 2018 at 5:51am PST\nAtwater Christmas Village Market\nWhen: Every weekend from November 29th - December 22nd, 2019.\nHours are:Fridays 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. Saturdays 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.Sundays 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.\nWhere: Atwater Market, 138 avenue Atwater, a 5-minute walk from Lionel-Groulx metro station\nCost: Admittance is free!\nNote: Dogs are also welcome.\nVisit their website here or check out the Facebook event page here.