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Shopping Village To Pop-Up In Midtown On Black Friday

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The igloo-shaped, geodesic domes used for the shop structures are each 300-square-feet with a 12 foot ceilings at the center. The igloo-shaped, geodesic domes used for the shop structures are each 300-square-feet with a 12 foot ceilings at the center.
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A cluster of large igloo-like structures will create a new shopping experience in Oklahoma City come Black Friday.

The Holiday Pop-Up Shops, presented by St. Anthony Hospital, will be a temporary shopping village in Midtown. The village will be located in front of St. Anthony Hospital, 1000 N. Walker Avenue and featured a rotating collection of 30 local shops from around Oklahoma.

"This event is really about shopping, about supporting local shops and their creativity," said Allison Bailey, a local retail consultant and organizer of The Holiday Pop-Up Shops. "From a shopper's perspective, the hard part about local shops is that they are harder to discover."

The igloo-shaped, geodesic domes used for the shop structures are each 300-square-feet with a 12 foot ceilings at the center. The units have heat and air conditioning and are engineered to resist 80 mile per hour winds.

The shops will be open Thursday through Sunday for four weeks, each week with a new lineup of shops.

"We've invited the best local shops to participate, and we've organized it to be a brand new experience each week," said Bailey.

Also on site, there will be a snowball "fortress" play area for kids, a gift wrapping station and a concierge station to offer assistance.

Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Free shuttles will be available on Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The buses will loop between Midtown and Continental Resources downtown headquarters at 20 N. Broadway.

Find out more about the OKC Pop-Up Shops!

Here's a rundown of the shops each week:

Week 1: Nov. 29 – Dec. 1

Heirloom Shoe – A women's shoe store on Western Avenue in Oklahoma City.

Unlabeled – Made in the USA clothing, locally made jewelry, Oklahoma t-shirts and more

Urbane – Furniture, home accessories, gifts, barware

Sara Kate Studios – New and vintage items for the home

Pencil Shavings Studio – Colorful tech accessories, home décor and paper goods

Gretta Sloane – A lifestyle boutique in Nichols Hills, women's fashion and accessories

Todd Scott Photography – Fine art


Week 2: Dec. 5 - 8

Birdie – Unique plants and handcrafted florals

Collected Thread – Handmade or hand-altered goods, locally designed clothing, accessories, baby goods

Green Bambino – Organic gifts and toys

Blue Seven – Jewelry, locally designed Thunder gear, make-your-own gift sets

Stash – Ethically produced wares, gifts and art

Native Roots Market – Made in Oklahoma and artisan foods, gift baskets

Plenty Mercantile – Responsibly produced home goods and gifts

chirps & cheers – Modern stationary, office accessories and gifts

Week 3: Dec. 12—15

A Date With Iris – Unusual fresh cut flowers and festive gifts

RetrOKC – Mid-century kitsch, vintage, atomic and retro décor

Kokopelli – A women's clothing boutique offering bohemian styles and accessories

True North Living – Solid wood and upholstered furniture

Always Greener – A synthetic grass company offering custom, faux grass accessories and rugs

OUI – Candles, home goods, jewelry and books by independent designers

The Learning Tree Toys – Books, gadgets and games for children of all ages

Week 4: Dec. 19 – 22

Folk.Life – Handmade global art, pottery and adornments

The Social Club – A collection of treasures, new and old, to inspire everyday life

Shop Good – Clothing and accessories

Eskimo Joe's – T-shirts from Stillwater's jumpin' little juke joint

The MakeUp Bar – Candles, makeup and skin care products

Dutch Floral and Home – Fresh flowers and gifts

DryShop – Blow dry bar, women's clothing for all ages and styles

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