Basilica Farm & Flea spring 2017

basilica farm and flea

The popular Basilica Farm & Flea spring market is set to return to Basilica Hudson May 6-7. Blurbage:

Each market features a diverse group of regional vendors selling their wares alongside locally-sourced, farm-fresh foods. The markets embody love of vintage and recycled, locally-sourced agriculture and the beautifully handmade. With over 10,000 square feet of raw space, Basilica Farm & Flea is the only market of this scale in the region, an integral part of Basilica Hudson's arts and cultural programs.

This event is the counterpart to the annual post-Thanksgiving market. It's open Saturday, May 6 from 10 am-6 pm and Sunday, May 7 from 11 am-5 pm. Admission for both days is $5, free for kids under 12.

Speaking of Basilica Hudson
The annual 24-Hour Drone sound and music event at Basilica Hudson is April 29-30 this year. Tickets are $32.

Speaking of spring markets...
The Half Moon Market returns to the Washington Park Lake House in Albany April 28-30, as previously mentioned.

AOA is a sponsor of the Half Moon Market.

photo: Basilica Hudson FB

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