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Why Dallas moms want to take their kids to Holiday Pop-up Shop

Why Dallas moms want to take their kids to Holiday Pop-up Shop

Craft station at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
The Dallas Museum of Art is hosting a kids crafting station at Holiday Pop-up Shop. Photo by Kelly Knight
KidBiz at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
KidBiz returns to Holiday Pop-up Shop on December 6. Photo by Kristie Holt
Craft station at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
KidBiz at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014

The ultimate holiday shopping experience returns to Dallas on December 6, when we host our second annual Holiday Pop-up Shop. And because we know moms often have to bring the kids along wherever they go, we have ensured that this is a family-friendly event.

For starters, we are welcoming back KidBiz, which offers fashion-forward clothing, accessories, and gifts for the wee ones. New to Pop-up Shop this year are Dondolo, a luxury children's clothing line made from 100-percent Peruvian pima cotton, and the Little Things, another shop dedicated to outfitting budding fashionistas. So your precious darlings can point to what they hope Santa will bring them. 

But we know that kids need to stay occupied, so the Dallas Museum of Art is hosting a crafting station, where parents can join their tots in making holiday-themed gift cards and decorations. When they are satisfied with that, they can move on to the cookie decorating station from Celebrity Cafe & Bakery, where they can eat the fruits — well, cookies — of their labors.

And what would the holidays be without the requisite photo with Santa? Thanks to Benchmark Bank, you can check this one off the to-do list — without battling the long lines at the mall.

Perhaps most important, this year our beneficiary is Community Partners of Dallas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safety and restoring dignity and hope to abused and neglected children by providing resources and support to the caseworkers of Dallas County Child Protective Services. So have your child help you select an unwrapped toy to drop off at the Park Place Motorcars lounge, and together you can spread some holiday cheer to deserving local kids.

The first 50 who drop off toys also get to take home a $25 Tiff's Treats gift card.

The Holiday Pop-up Shop runs 11 am-4 pm on December 6, at Sixty Five Hundred. Admission is free, but we ask that you RSVP