Old Florida Holiday & Winter Market at WaterColor
The 10th annual Old Florida Holiday & Winter Market kicks off the season on Saturday, November 25 from 5-9pm in WaterColor’s Town Center and Cerulean Park with the perfect backdrop for a beautiful night.
The Old Florida Holiday & Winter Market holiday extravaganza is complete with falling snow, a horse-drawn carriage, a bonfire with s’mores, pictures with Santa Claus, the lighting of the tree, live music, and beautiful luminary lighting throughout the WaterColor community.
The Winter Market will feature a variety of vendors selling holiday gift ideas of all kinds, including: clothing and accessories, candies, soaps and bath products, soy candles, jewelry, art of all genres, pastries and desserts, children’s books, delicious food bites and savory drinks, Christmas ornaments, driftwood wreaths and trees, photography, custom embroidery and much more.
WaterColor is a popular South Walton coastal resort and beach town that eases into its natural surroundings with a uniquely Southern simplicity and grace. It cultivates a true sense of a place that is timeless, authentic and welcoming for everyone. The beach town is nestled between Grayton Beach State Park, Western Lake and Seagrove Beach, and wraps around the neighboring town of Seaside. Watercolor is one of a handful of planned “New Urban” communities that define Scenic 30A. The picturesque neighborhoods and storefronts integrate with our beautiful natural landscape. Elegant homes line the beach next to the stately WaterColor Inn, and residential streets fan out into the beautiful coastal forest of oaks, pines, magnolias, cypress and palmetto.
The Town Center extends north and south of Scenic 30A. It's a lively area that hosts all types of events, from art shows, to wine tastings, to kid-centered fun. Here, you can rent a bike, visit a gallery, do some shopping or grab a delicious meal. Learn more: SoWal.com Towns | WaterColor.
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