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30th Annual Mercado de Paz

The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center’s Mercado de Paz is the gold standard for local markets and a welcome alternative to Black Friday madness. Each year, the two-story Esperanza Center overflows with artists from San Antonio and beyond, selling a variety of artesania that includes hand-woven rugs, pottery, vintage goods, soaps and much more. The three-day market is accompanied by live music, and hypoglycemic shoppers can refuel with tasty snacks such as chicken mole and vegan menudo.

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