St. Paul, MN, November 15, 2017
Visit our partner in St. Paul to discover all about the Herrnhut Stars from Germany.
This year the European Christmas Market appears in a new stunning look. The market will be illuminated with almost 30 Original Herrnhut Stars. You can discover our brilliant Herrnhut Stars on top of each booth.
The cooperation between “Hernhuter Sterne” and the European Christmas Market continues after a successful season 2016. Our managing partner Christian Engelbrecht and his staff are happy to answer all questions regarding this great German Christmas tradition. MyBrilliantStar (official partner for Herrnhuter Sterne in the USA) CEO Hartmut Friedrichs said: “We are very glad to have such a great relationship with Christian. Being part of the market in St. Paul is a further step to bring the Original Herrnhut Stars to all Christmas enthusiasts in North America.”
“Herrnhuter Sterne” is one of the Gift Vendors at the European Christmas Market weekends on December 1-3 and 8-10. The market is located at Union Depot East Plaza, 240 E Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55101
For detailed information, please visit www.stpaulchristmasmarket.com
Anyone who purchases a star will be sharing in a Christmas Tradition that all started in East Saxony over 160 years ago when a teacher created the first Moravian Star in a private school for boys as a geometry lesson. Traditionally, the star is hung up on the first Sunday of Advent and remains up until Epiphany, January 6th.
Enjoy the European Christmas Market!
The Vancouver Christmas Market is finally back! Downtown Vancouver’s beloved holiday tradition returns for the 11th time from Nov 13 - Dec 24 to Jack Poole Plaza. One week earlier than usual, for less crowding and even more chances for everyone to attend. For many residents and visitors alike, a yearly stop over at the Vancouver Christmas Market has become a seasonal ritual. Also, a large number of vendors have been loyal to the market for many years.
Herrnhuter Stars: More than 600,000 are Made by Hand Every Year. It’s available very small for the windowsill and as tall as a man for churches and other public buildings and events: the Herrnhut Star also known as Moravian Star. We usually visit the German manufactory once a year and put together some interesting facts for you. We will also offer some exciting insights and intriguing facts about Christmas Markets all over the world.