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Montreal Is Hosting A Massive "Vintage Christmas Market" This Holiday Season

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Montreal Is Hosting A Massive "Vintage Christmas Market" This Holiday Season

The Christmas and holiday season are rapidly approaching and winter is right around the corner. Did you feel that icy cold air last night?!

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TL;DR A charming and local "Vintage Christmas Market" will be held at a beautiful church in Verdun called Église Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs on Saturday December 8th of this year.

It just wouldn't be the holidays without a bunch of festive and enchanting Christmas and holiday markets, and Montreal is home to quite a few.

The biggest and most well-known is the Montreal Christmas Market or "Le Grand Marche De Noel," which is running this year from November 30th to December 23rd on St-Denis Street. 

However, there is another, lesser-known Christmas market that comes to Montreal annually and you need to check it out!

It's hosted by a beautiful church in Verdun called Église Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs.

Every year, this church transforms into a massive vintage and antique Christmas market with over 25 kiosks filled with unique gift ideas, all sold at super reasonable prices. 

This is perfect opportunity to finish all of your holiday shopping in one place! And maybe pick someting up for yourself while you're at it.

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Here is the official flyer for the event happening on Saturday December 8th.

Via events

Everything you need to know:

What: Vintage Christmas Market
When: Saturday December 8th // 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Where: Église Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs  // 4155 Rue Wellington

Check out the official Facebook event page HERE!

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