$5 for the whole weekend // children under 12 FREE!
Following the divisive nature of the recent election, it is clear that we must come together in peace, and invite all our visitors and vendors to take comfort in the simple ways a marketplace can unite a community during the holiday season. Join us for this lovely and loving community gathering!
We are happy to announce the full Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market 2016 vendor lineup, alongside deeper information about our Black Friday Soirée and the rest of the weekend. Visit our website for a full list of all the participating vendors, and check out our daily featured vendor profiles on our Tumblr page.
The Return of theBLACK FRIDAY SOIRÉE FRIDAY Nov. 25, 5-9pm
Join us on Friday, November 25th for the return of the Black Friday Soirée from 5-9 pm! Friday’s events are an opportunity for attendees to sample offerings from Friday-only food and drink vendors, and be the first to discover great one-of-a-kind finds, all while grooving to the tunes of DJ Ephraim Asili, host of WGXC’s beloved all-vinyl In The Cut radio show. Attendees are also encouraged to participate in a raffle for a gift bag chock full of featured items from market vendors.
An event of this scale would not be possible without the generous support and like-minded spirits of these organizations. Basilica Hudson is proud to partner with this amazing group of community friends.
ABOUT BASILICA HUDSON
Basilica Hudson is a non-profit multidisciplinary arts center in Hudson, NY, supporting the creation, production and presentation of arts and culture while fostering sustainable community. Founded in 2010 by musician Melissa Auf der Maur and filmmaker Tony Stone, Basilica Hudson makes its home in a spectacular solar-powered reclaimed 1880s industrial factory on the waterfront of the historic City of Hudson. Weekend destination events comprise the core of Basilica Hudson’s music, performance, film, food and literary programming, alongside regular film screenings series, art exhibitions, and other community gatherings. The artistic program has taken shape thanks to many partners, collaborators, visiting artists, friends, adventurous audiences and community members.
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IMAGE CREDIT: Aubry bowls and spoons; photo by Margrit Wenzel