Winter Maker’s Market
February 3 @ 3:00pm - February 4 @ 4:00pm
Friday February 3, 3-6pm: Saturday, February 4th, 10-4pm
From the Greenville Arms 1889 website:
a celebration of craft, coffee, chocolate and community
After a 2 year hiatus, as we muddled our way through learning how to do business safely in this new pandemic world, we’re so pleased to be bringing back our hallmark community event of the year! We’ve always through of this market as a bright spot in a dark time of year; both an opportunity and reason for the community to get out on the town during the cold months and a bright spot for makers to sell their wares during what is usually the slowest time of year.
This year will bring much of the same as our last market in February 2020; makers in both our Art Studio and Main Inn, hot drinks from our espresso bar, tasty chocolates made in our kitchen, and a sort of open house for all the folks who “drive by all the time” on Route 32. You’ll see community favorite makers like Moon Glow Gifts and Cheyenne Mallo’s topographical map pottery back with their newest goods.
What’s new this year?
All our coffee is roasted in house and you’ll be able to purchase bags to bring home with you.
A change in hours with Friday evening shopping (special theme TBA) and a full day on Saturday.
We’ll have heat lamps going and blankets available on the porch if you want to sit and enjoy your beverages & treats.
New-to-us makers like Solulu Handmade who makes the most gorgeously crafted bags, Gormkin’s nature inspired jewelry, and Hudson Craft Co’s floral work.