2021 Mistletoe Market
November 4 - November 7$4.00 – $20.00
2021 Mistletoe Market
Location: Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center**, in Abingdon, VA, just off Interstate 81 at Exit 14.
Mistletoe Market is the region’s largest holiday shopping event and the biggest annual fundraiser for the William King Museum of Art! Proceeds from Mistletoe Market benefit curatorial and educational programming at William King Museum of Art. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
A limited number of shoppers can enjoy a private shopping experience on November 4 with Private Preview Shopping. This shopping experience is for the COVID conscious and will have a limited number of tickets sold. Private Preview Shopping tickets must be purchased prior to the event.
Mistletoe Market: Nov. 4,- 1pm – 5pm • Nov. 5 – 6, 9am – 5pm • Nov. 7, 11am – 5pm
• Daily Admission: $6.00 per person
• Kids $4.00 (ages 6 to 12)
Mistletoe Market Private Preview Shopping: Nov. 4, 10am – 1pm
•$20.00 per person: Includes entrance to Mistletoe Market and a VIP goody bag (limited amount of tickets available)
Family Day: Nov. 6, 3pm – 5pm
• Meet Santa!
MISTLETOE MARKET DESIGNER PURSE & MORE RAFFLE!
Sunday, November 7, 2021
$50 =1 Ticket or $100 = 3 Tickets
The raffle will take place at Mistletoe Market.
• 25 Prizes, 25 Winners
• 15 Designer Purses
• Gift Cards
• & More!
Each person will be assigned a number for the raffle, number will be emailed to you. If you do not receive a number within 24 hours, call Nikki Hicks at (276) 628-5005 x113.
You do not have to be present to win. Drawing will be broadcast on Mistletoe Market’s Facebook Live.
MISTLETOE MARKET, RAFFLE, AND PRIVATE PREVIEW TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
For more information email email@example.com or call 276-628-5005 ext. 113
**COVID-19 Updated Announcement from Southwest VA Higher Ed. Center: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends that fully vaccinated people wear a face covering for indoor settings. While vaccines are very effective in protecting against COVID-19, including the Delta variant, most in our area are not vaccinated. Only 40.4% of Washington County citizens over the age of 18 are fully vaccinated, and according to the Virginia Department of Health, the 7-day community transmission rate for Washington County is up 25%.
Therefore, effective Tuesday, August 10, 2021, masks will be required in public indoor areas for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. I’m adopting this indoor masking policy to protect visitors, students, staff, instructors, vendors, partners, and our families from COVID-19. When the levels of community transmission drop below substantial or high transmission, as defined by the CDC case rate calculation, we’ll adjust accordingly.