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Cross County Center is gearing up for the holidays!  To help create a socially distant and safe holiday shopping experience for all, the iconic outdoor mall will host an outdoor holiday market November 27-December 24th.

An open call for vendors is happening now through October 16.  Crafters, artists, boutique or small shop owners, jewelers, florists, photographers, designers, entrepreneurs, food vendors with pre-packaged products, etc. are encouraged to apply. Those interested can fill out an online appreciation at

The marketplace will be festive with holiday decorations, music and food trucks. It will be housed in the Eastern Parking Lot between Olive Garden and Red Lobster restaurants.

Guests will be limited for crowd control and asked to follow one-way traffic signs to social distance from each other.  As with the outdoor mall, masks are required for guests and vendors.  Hand Sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the market.  Vendor booths will be placed at least 6ft apart from one another.

Full details on holiday happenings at Cross County Center will be announced in October.

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