That’s when the annual Holiday Market begins.
Crews have been setting up since Wednesday, including 200 vendors. Organizers say things will look very different by morning.
The Saturday Market ended its year last weekend, so the Holiday Market is now the place to find local goods and wares.
“The Holiday Market is the Saturday Market moved indoors and where we can stretch out a little and dress up our booths, bring out the really beautiful things to sell and be away from the weather,” said Kim Still, Marketing and Promotions Manager.
The market is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Christmas Eve. They will also be open the day after Thanksgiving.