Seasonal Shops, Markets and Fairs

In addition to the wonderful shops found on Main Street, the hot trend in pop-up shops has come to Beacon. Pop-up shops are very special because they curate items that may be few or one of a kind, or bring access to a brand that may be hard to find. Pop-up shops usually consist of a collection of artists, or are a mini and temporary extension of a store in a new location, or are run by a single artist. This guide includes pop-up shops that are located on Beacon's Main Street, as well as those in the surrounding areas for those who work in the Hudson Valley and are driving past opportunities on their way to/from home. If you have a pop-up shop you'd like us to know about, please:

  • Email editorial@alittlebeaconblog.com at least 1 week before event.

  • Pop-Up Shops must be in a business location, and not a home.

  • If your shop is in this guide and you want to enhance it with an advertising package, please click here for details


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Mid-Hudson Etsy Makers Holiday Pop-Up Market
Day
: Saturday, December 1, 2018
Time: 11am-5pm
Location: Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St, Beacon, NY
Experience high quality holiday gift shopping at this FREE pop up market featuring the Mid Hudson Etsy Makers. Family friendly!
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Work:Shop Winter Market
Day
: Saturday & Sunday, December 8 & 9, 2018
Time: 10am-6pm (Sat), 11am-5pm (Sun)
Location: Wickham Solid Wood Studio, 578 Main St, Beacon, NY
Work:Shop Winter Market featuring curated holiday gifts from 20 local artisans and a good dose of holiday community cheer, is returning to Beacon for its sixth year. The sale will feature hand-crafted small goods in wool, glass, clay, paper, linen, silk, wood, metal and beeswax.  Located at Wickham Solid Wood Studio at 578 Main Street, a lofty woodworking workshop in a factory building on the banks of Fishkill Creek, the event takes place during Beacon’s “Second Saturday” weekend when the town is festive and bustling.  Vendors display their wares on industrial woodworking machines and giant slabs of “natural edged” local hardwoods.  This event is generously sponsored by The Valley Table Magazine.


Are You Running a Pop-Up Shop?
If you are hosting a pop-up shop in or around Beacon, NY and want to be included in this guide, read more about what's included here where you can also book the space.

Please email editorial@alittlebeaconblog.com for consideration and details of what you are selling and where. If you want to add a little flair to your listing by including a photo of your shop or products,  click here for Feature Opportunities.