Tight Knit's holiday market

tightknit logoTight Knit, the art/craft market in Troy, getting ready for its big Holiday Market in the Frear Building on the day after Thanksgiving. Say organizers Zhenelle Falk & Rachel Naylor via email:

We'll have 3 floors of over 50 vendors, live music and lots of good cheer. The message is "Beat the big box - buy local!" and it is sure to be a ton of fun. Better than the mall!

The market will be open 5 pm - 10 pm on November 27 (that's also Troy Night Out). Vendor registration is still open (you can sign up on the web site).

Tight Knit also started up a weekly market this past summer at the Saturday Troy Waterfront Farmers' Market. That show has moved to the Atrium for the winter, along with the farmers' market.

Comments

The market in the Frear building was AMAZING last year! I am definitely going to check it out again this year.

Are they also going to be open on Saturday like they were last year?

Jessica R: thanks so much! We are so happy that you had a good time! The answer regarding Saturday is "sortof". The Holiday event has been condensed to one BIG night only Friday, November 27, Black Friday. But we WILL be in the Atrium on Saturday morning with the Farmers Market as our TK Winter Market which happens every Saturday. This is a smaller presence than our Holiday event but still a lovely time!

Thanks again we can't wait to see everyone again! Rachel & Zhenelle

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