The Markham Christmas Tree Market

The Markham Christmas Tree Market at Markham Fairgrounds

This year, we'll have to celebrate the traditions of Christmas in non-conventional ways, but with a little creativity, we can still make this holiday a truly memorable one. With that in mind, Superior Events had just launched a COVID-19 responsible Christmas Tree Market. With fewer people going away for the holidays this season, there is a greater interest in Christmas trees this year over previous years, and choosing that perfect tree has just become a whole lot easier! 

The Markham Christmas Tree Market at Markham Fairgrounds allows guests to select a tree at the tree lot while enjoying the sights and sounds of the Holidays! There are food trucks, and a craft and vendor market so visitors can browse for Christmas and Holiday gifts. Kids can also enjoy merry go round and train rides. Of course, strict COVID-19 protocols are in place to keep everyone safe, and masks are required for anyone coming into the lot. If you don’t want to attend in-person, a no-contact drive-through option is also available ― just choose the size of tree (6 to 14 feet) and the tree will be placed on, or in your vehicle. You can also order online and arrange for delivery. 

Says Peter Gismondi, from Superior Events Group, an event production company who continues to search for new ways for the business to innovate during these unprecedented times: “We have three ways to buy a Christmas tree ― online, drive-through and picking your ideal tree from the great selection on our lot.” 

The Markham Christmas Tree market is now open and runs on select days until December 24, 2020 at the Markham Fairgrounds, 10801 McCowan Road, in Markham. 

Details can be found at

Markham Christmas Tree Market
The Markham Christmas Tree Market
The Markham Christmas Tree Market

Superior Events Group is a North American leader in event production, special event rentals, interactive amusements for corporate events and festivals. Superior Events Group also produces two of Toronto’s largest and most popular Family Day events as well as PumpkinFest and Foodalicious. They employed 50 people pre COVID-19 and, thanks to CEWS continue to employ 15 people. Some of their employees are working from home, while the ones responsible for setting-up inflatables/games, and now the Christmas tree market, are complying fully with social distancing rules. Find out more at

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