Outdoor Holiday Market

It’s the most magical time of year! This year An Unlikely Story will hold their fourth annual outdoor Holiday Market at the Telford Park during the Plainville Winter Festival on Saturday, December 7th from 11am to 4pm. During the day there will be local vendors selling their merchandise, a food truck, and musical performances by The Unlikely Strummers, Causal Monday, and more in the park gazebo! At night, there will be a tree lighting ceremony, and Santa will make his way into the celebration riding a firetruck! There will be carolers and photo opportunities with Santa, all followed by the annual holiday bonfire that hundreds of local residents attend each year. Check out the list of vendors attending below.

Interested in being a vendor? The application is attached below. Please direct any questions to Cassie at cassie@anunlikelystory.com. If you would prefer the application as a Word Document please email Cassie.  

Below are the vendors who will be attending.

FUNdamentallyNuts, LLC (Needham) – FUNdamentallyNuts makes sweet, spicy, and flavorful nutty products, including granola and different types of nut mixtures the foodie in your family is sure to love! FUNdamentallyNuts has been in business for six years and is based in Needham. They accept cash, check, and credit cards. Visit them on Facebook, Instagram or on their website

 

Peggy’s Creations (Fall River) – Handmade, beautifully detailed holiday wreaths with a variety of colors, patterns, and accessories. They accept cash and credit cards. 

 

 

A Few of My Favorite Things (Brockton) – Get a few of your favorite things from this local vendor who makes eye-catching crystal sun catchers, sea glass jewelry, and home décor!  They accept cash, check, and credit cards. See their work on Facebook.   

 

 

Trevin Jack Glassware (Providence) – Trevin Jack creates beautiful, hand-blown glass sculptures that include pumpkins, ornaments, and more seasonal figures. They accept cash and credit cards.  

 

 

Kym-Made with Love (Bristol) - Kym-Made with Love offers handcrafted chainmaille, wire-weave, and stone jewelry and accessories. They also offer French beaded flowers and ornaments. See their designs on Facebook. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Nina’s Organics (Plainville) – Organic soaps, body scrubs, bath salts, and soy candles. All products are made using essential oils in therapeutic doses. See their products on Facebook. They accept cash.

 

 

Artwork 4 Glassware, LLC (Cumberland) – Custom or personalized sandblasted glassware, ceramic mugs, and stainless steel flasks. Check out their work on Facebook! They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Lofty Cedars Farm (Rehoboth) – Farm made goat milk soaps, deodorant, and lip balms. See Lofty Cedars’ goat milk creations and goats on Facebook! They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Cozy Cuddles (Pawtucket) - A square of handmade happiness! Beautiful handmade blankets, all unique in size and pattern, all comfy and amazingly soft you’ll never want to leave your bed! See their designs on Facebook. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

simple. pure. bliss. (North Attleboro) – Organic bath and body products made with 100% therapeutic grade essential oils. Visit their website for more information about their line of products. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Phantom Curiosities (Wrentham) – Original, handmade earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. They accept cash and credit cards. Visit their Etsy site to see their designs.  

 

 

Hanson’s Hands (North Attleboro) –Custom and premade hand painted ornaments, including house and pet portraits that can be personalized with inscriptions from the heart. See their work on Etsy. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

New England Novelty (South Easton) – Holiday themed lightups, Fortnight and patriotic t-shirts, flags, stuffed animals, hats and more! Check out their products on Facebook. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Stefania’s Spark Sugar Scrubs (Taunton) - Stefania is an 11-years-old entrepreneur and philanthropist that creates organic homemade sugar scrubs. She donates a percentage of her proceeds to School On Wheels, a local organization that provides one-on-one after school tutoring, new backpacks and school supplies to students impacted by homelessness. Visit their website and Facebook to learn more. They accept cash and credit cards. 

 

Trades of Hope (Millis) – Trades of Hope is an ethical fashion brand marketing handmade fair trade items that are helping women rise up out of poverty. Their products include jewelry, bags, home décor, and more. Visit their website to learn more about their mission. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Café Nut Megs (North Attleboro) – Gourmet caramel and chocolate dipped apples, along with other sweet treats. See their yummy desserts on Facebook. They accept cash and credit cards.  

 

 

Sundance Paper (Westwood) – Gorgeous, handmade journals and notebooks. See them on Etsy! They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

Small Town Bees (Dighton) – Raw honey from the hives in Dighton, MA. They offer 4 oz. and 8 oz. sizes, as well as honey themed gift bags perfect for the holidays! They also sell beeswax lip balm and be-related pins. Visit them on Facebook and Instagram. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.  

 

 

Driftwood & Birch (Westwood) – Nautical themed clocks made of coastal Maine driftwood, evoking classical Greek architecture. They also sell Birchwood candleholders that are perfect for Holiday centerpieces! See their work on Etsy. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.  

 

 

D’s Lectables (Seekonk) – Small batch, locally sourced baked goods available in a variety of diet styles including old-fashioned, gluten free, vegan, and refined sugar free. Visit their website to see their treats. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

White Mountain Crystals (Mansfield) – Beautiful handmade crystal jewelry, gift sets, décor, and a variety of scrunchies! Visit their website to see their designs. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Kristin’s Creations (Attleboro) – Gorgeous and original alcohol ink paintings and resin art. See their work on Etsy and Instagram. They accept cash and checks.

 

 

Magdalenas (Sharon) – A variety of Mexican bread, pastries, and salsa. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

 

Liz Goulet Dubois (Hope, RI) – Archival quality prints, greeting cards, gift tags, handmade dolls, and pillows, all with a whimsical, child-friendly style. Visit their website to see their work. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

Papalia’s Wood Fired (Norfolk) – Delicious wood fired pizzas! Visit them on Instagram. They accept cash and credit cards.

 

 

 

Avalonia Creations (New Haven) – A variety of scented soy wax candles and melts. See their work on Instagram. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

Handmade from the Heart (North Attleboro) – Handmade, custom table runners that feature holiday themes and New England Sports teams. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

The Creative Sewing Studio (North Attleboro) – Using cloth and leather The Creative Sewing Studio creates unique handbags, totes, clutches, pillows, and cowls. Visit their website to see their designs. They accept cash and checks.

 

 

Two Cubs Boutique (Tiverton) – Homemade body care, dog treats, home décor, clothing, jewelry, and more! Visit their website see their work. They accept cash, check, and credit cards. 

 

 

Peace Bee and Rainbow Song Henna (Franklin) – Henna Kits, hand painted ornaments, beaded hair accessories, glitter and henna tattoos. Visit their website to learn more. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

Gimme A Sign (Plainville) – Original typography, paintings, and home decor signs. Check out their Facebook page to see their designs. They accept cash and checks.

 

 

GG’s Pretzels (Warren) – Delicious chocolate dipped pretzels, gluten-free dipped pretzels, chocolate and caramel pretzels, chocolate bark, and fresh baked soft pretzels. Visit their website to learn more. They accept cash and credit cards. 

 

 

Hemp By Harley (Attleboro) - Unique, handmade hemp jewelry and accessories, using one hundred percent natural, sustainable, biodegradable hemp cords and nickel-free metal. See more from Hemp By Harley on Facebook. They accept cash and credit cards. 

 

 

Queen Bee Designs (Walpole) – Holiday themed barn board signs, handmade ornaments, and wood crafts. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

Cindy McDonough Art (Attleboro) – Customizable, watercolor pet portraits for pet owners who love their fur babies. Cindy also sells a 2020 Watercolor Dogs desk calendar and farm themed stationary. Visit their website to see their work. They accept cash, check, and credit cards. 

 

 

Kustomize with Kristi (Plainville) – Fun and festive customized gifts, clothing, and décor. Visit their Facebook page to learn more. They accept cash and checks. 

 

 

Attleboro Area Council for Children (Attleboro) - They are an all-volunteer-run, non-profit organization that raises their own funds to provide programs and services to children and Massachusetts families residing in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Mansfield, Norton, Rehoboth, Seekonk, and Plainville. They will have information on their programs and how to help the community. Visit their website to learn more.

 

Simply Scrunchies (Wrentham) – Scrunchies, barrettes, headbands, and bows in a variety of themes and colors. Visit their Instagram to see their designs. They accept cash, check, and credit cards.

 

 

Leonardi Apiary & Garden (Plainville) – Local raw honey, flavored raw honey, honey soap, honey basil products, and honey dog biscuits. Visit them on Instagram to learn more. They accept cash and credit cards. 

 

 

Event date: 
Saturday, December 7, 2019 - 11:00am to 4:00pm
Event address: 
Telford Park, Plainville, MA

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