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Super Holiday Marketplace this weekend – Holiday gifts galore at free

The two days are a wonderful opportunity for one-stop shopping to find everything on your holiday gift list. The 11th annual free Super Holiday Marketplace is this weekend in Pleasant Hill on Saturday and Concord on Sunday.

Shoppers will find a potpourri of gift items from over 40 vendors each day in a socially distanced setup. A face covering or mask is required, and temperatures will be taken of everyone entering the Marketplace.

The indoor holiday Marketplace allows shoppers to get special, one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and stocking stuffers for family, friends and colleagues.

A Marketplace Gift Bag from Stanford Children’s Health is presented to the first 200 families each day with a number of free items included in each bag.

This Saturday, Dec. 5, the free Marketplace is at Pleasant Hill Community Center, 320 Civic Dr. off Taylor Blvd. from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Marketplace shifts on Sunday, Dec. 6, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. to Clayton Valley Charter High School, 1101 Alberta Way in Concord, one block off Ygnacio Valley Rd.

Donations of much-needed food to the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano will be accepted each day.

Shoppers can register for their free tickets in advance on Eventbrite or by visiting and they will be given a $2 Holiday Buck at the door to be used for their first gift purchase.

MASKS REQUIRED – All staff, vendors and attendees required to wear mask or acceptable face covering.
TEMPERATURE – Everyone entering the Marketplace will have their temperature taken.
BOOTH LAYOUT – Booths are setup with 6 feet between each and for all aisles.
CROWD CONTROL – 25% of building capacity at one time, which includes staff, vendors and attendees.
CLEANING/SANITIZING – Hand sanitizers will be at the entrance and at every booth.
Restrooms have limited capacity with cleaning throughout open hours.
ADDITIONAL CHANGES – No sampling or tasting of food/beverage products and
no appearance by Santa Claus or other entertainment or activities

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