MAKERS' Gallery members are crafting hard for the comeback of the Christmas Market.
On Saturday, December 4 the Christmas Market will return after missing out in 2020 thanks to COVID-19.
Much like the Makers' Gallery itself, the market is a celebration of the creators and crafters of the Wimmera.
Gallery co-ordinator Tricia Arber said the market will be an exciting day.
"It's about showcasing the craft through the area," she said.
"It's a cross section of lots of different crafts."
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The market itself has been running annually for around 20 years, while the Makers' Gallery was started in 1985.
The Christmas Market will be held in the carpark of the Horsham Library on McLachlan Street.
"There is no entry fee to the market," Ms Arber said.
"We just stipulate all patrons bee vaccinated which will be checked on entry."
Ms Arber said there will be over 60 stalls for patrons to shop at.
"We run the market to give a showcase to all of the people who are artisans in the area," she said.
"It gives them a good boost for their craft making.
"Let's face it, the reason we do our craft is so we sell things so we can go and buy more things to make more craft."
Ms Arber said it's a great place to do some Christmas shopping.
"You'll find original and unique gifts," she said.
"What you find at our Christmas market you won't find anywhere else."
There will also be a raffle drawn on Saturday for one of four massive hampers full of handmade items from the gallery.
The Christmas Market is open from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, December 4.
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