Get ready for the holiday season at the East End Food Holiday Market on Saturday, Nov. 18. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., more than 30 local food, farm and craft vendors will be offering a variety of holiday gifts and essentials. Here’s what you can expect:
– Award-winning goat cheese from Catapano Dairy Farm
– Handcrafted gifts from Knives by Nick, Green Door Woodworks, and By Way of the Farm
– Ready-to-eat treats from Milla’s Puffs, Jessy’s Pastries, Bayberry Bakery, and more
In addition to the shopping, renowned watercolorist Quincy Eddington will be showcasing her unique works that reflect the beauty of the East End. East End Arts artist Melissa Pressler will also be present, displaying her work and offering a children’s activity.
The market is free to attend and is a great opportunity to support local businesses while stocking up for the holiday season. For more information, visit the East End Food website.