Cartelli pottery at Main St. Flea

Pitchers and other work by Rob Cartelli are available at Main St. Flea during Gallery Walk weekend


Holiday Markets on Gallery Walk Weekend

If you're looking for opportunities to "shop local" for holiday and other gift-giving, or acquire handcrafted and unique items for yourself or your home, a trio of special opportunities are in place during December's Gallery Walk weekend in addition to our great downtown merchants. See listings and their contact info or online references for more details.

NOTE: Numbers below match a venueís place in the Walk listings and on the Walk map (see back cover).

Products at Children's Craft Fair 2017

Ornaments, candles, and homegrown garlic at the 2017 Children's Craft Fair

3. 20th COTTON MILL OPEN STUDIO & HOLIDAY SALE: Get behind the scenes of creative Cotton Mill businesses and shop Windham County's handmade, handcrafted, homegrown, unique, high-quality art and food products. Café areas with culinary delights and adult beverages. Music, dance, and puppetry performances from New England Center for Circus Arts, Vermont Jazz Center, Sandglass Theater, and local musicians. Kids activities and more! Free admission. 74 Cotton Mill Hill, Dec. 7-9: Fri. 4-8, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4.

18. MAIN STREET FLEA: A MAKERS HOLIDAY GIFT BAZAAR: A unique market of fine handmade goods and crafts by a dozen or more local makers: jewelry, ceramics, prints, cards, natural medicinals, home goods, and natural beauty products are among the array of artisanal and eclectic offerings ... and a Photo Booth! 111 Main St., Dec. 6-9: Thurs. 5-8, Fri. 10-10, Sat. 10-8, Sun. 10-4.

23. 21st ANNUAL CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR: Homeschoolers and other young folks offer pottery, games and toys, handcrafted cards and blank books, candles, ornaments, t-shirts and handknit scarves, jewelry, soaps, lip balm, and much more. Enjoy pizza and baked goods to support the cause. Robt. H. Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., Dec. 7: Fri. 5-8.

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