(Photo courtesy Urban Solutions)

Swing by the Fillmore Holiday Market for live music, local goods

The fifth annual Fillmore Holiday Market is taking place this Friday, with live music, a Santa Claus, and gifts from local vendors.

Food, vintage items, clothes, handmade gifts and art items will be available from local Fillmore residents and businesses. Many of the vendors are part of Urban Solutions’ Enterprising Women! program, which supports and mentors women who are launching their own businesses.

A Santa Claus will be available for photo shoots, and a photo booth will be installed. Live music will be performed by Levi Seacer, New Power Soul and Rich Felix & Friends.

The yearly holiday event is part of the SHOP LOCAL FILLMORE campaign, supported by the Lower Fillmore Merchants Association, Supervisor London Breed, the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Urban Solutions, The Fillmore Center, and Barcelon Jang Architecture.

The market will take place on Friday, Dec. 16 from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Fillmore Heritage Center (formerly Yoshi’s) at 1330 Fillmore St.Fillmore CenterFillmore districtUrban Solutions

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