Basilica Hudson Farm & Flea (Holiday Market)

From Basilica's website:

BUY LOCAL, VINTAGE & HANDMADE

Friday, November 24 12-9pm

Saturday, November 25 10am-6pm

Sunday, November 26 10am-5pm

"Our 5th annual Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market will take place during this year’s Thanksgiving Weekend November 24 – 26. This three day event will showcase the variety of talent the Hudson Valley region has to offer.  

Visitors can shop handmade and vintage goods, purchase locally-made added value food products and eat farm-fresh food. General admission for the whole weekend is only $5 and free for children under 12.

ABOUT
Born Thanksgiving Weekend 2013 as the antithesis of big box Black Friday, Basilica Farm & Flea is part timeless flea and farmer’s market and part 21st century craft and design fair, showcasing the wealth and splendor of the Hudson Valley’s artisanal talents. Basilica Farm & Flea is inspired by the abundance of passionate and talented farmers, collectors and artisans in the Hudson Valley.

Each market features a diverse group of regional vendors selling their wares alongside locally-sourced, farm-fresh foods. The markets embody love of vintage and recycled, locally-sourced agriculture and the beautifully handmade. With over 10,000 square feet of raw space, Basilica Farm & Flea is the only market of this scale in the region, an integral part of Basilica Hudson’s arts and cultural programs.

Two markets are presented each year: Spring Market in May and Holiday Market during Thanksgiving weekend, in addition to a Mini Farm & Flea on the Sunday of our annual Basilica SoundScape weekend each September.

By participating in Basilica Farm & Flea, vendors and attendees directly support Basilica Hudson’s mission to foster sustainable community. With attendance growing each year, Basilica Hudson is reaching new local and regional audiences while offering important platforms for avant-garde and emerging artists, local chefs, farmers, artisans and other talents to engage and exchange with new audiences. Proceeds from admissions and vendor fees support ongoing operations for the organization, and allows Basilica Hudson to continue to develop and present its programs."