The Holton Homestead team brings the farm to you during the Fall Market on Hubbell on Saturday.
Enjoy an afternoon of autumn sunshine and shopping during the Fall Market on Hubbell this Saturday. Some 30 local vendors will set up shop from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the lot at 3232 Hubbell Ave. to sell home decor, clothing, vintage items, artwork, handmade goods, jewelry and more.
The Holton Homestead crew will be there with their house-made honey varieties (try the creamed version with salted garlic), and the Bondurant-based Clark Candle Co. will sell candles made from all kinds of scented paraffin. For something more permanent, you and your friends can get matching bling from the Link x Lou pop-up shop, which offers “permanent jewelry” as sort of a grown-up friendship bracelet. They’re 14-karat white and yellow gold chains, welded together on-site so you don’t need a clasp.
Of course, it wouldn’t be an outdoor market without food. Stop by the Freedom Blend Coffee truck or say hello to student entrepreneur Mia Nichols, who sells authentic French crepes from C’est la Crepe.