Local holiday markets are underway. Take a look at our list so you don’t miss out on all of the local shopping events.
1Mistletoe Market 2018
November 10, 10a – 4p
Franklin High School, 810 Hillsboro Road
Shop from a selection of unique gifts, gourmet food, and home decor. The market supports the Class of 2019 and Project Graduation and admission is free.
2Mingle & Jingle
November 10, 10a – 5p
On Saturday, November 10, merchants in downtown Franklin along 2nd Avenue and Bridge Street will be hosting a holiday block party. The Coffee House on 2nd & Bridge will be giving out free wooden slices, wood burned with your name from 10 a – 1 p. Others taking part include Onyx & Alabaster, The Purple Butterfly, Riverside Antiques, T. Nesbitt & Co. and Winchester Antique Mall.
3Centennial Holiday Show
November 17th 9a – 5p
November 18th 12p – 4p
Centennial High School, 5050 Mallory Lane
Centennial High School PTSO holds its 20th Annual Centennial Holiday Show. Admission is $5 per person. A two-day pass will be available for $6; children 10 and younger are admitted free.
The 2018 show will feature over 150 arts and crafts vendors from a number of states, including many new participants. Children that attend the Holiday Show can meet Santa and also make some fantastic holiday crafts. Free parking will be available on site. Free overflow parking and free shuttle service will be offered from the RAI Office Building, next to Whole Foods, just west of Mallory Lane on McEwen Drive.
4Leipers Fork Holiday Sip and Sho
November 9, 5p – 7:30p
Leiper’s Fork Village
On November 9, merchants in the Leiper’s Fork village will be open late. Leiper’s Fork Distillery will also be open with holiday cocktails and treats. Brooks Hubbard Band will be at Leiper’s Corner (Old 96 & Old Hillsboro).
5Holiday at the Barn – Nolensville
November 10, 12p – 4p
2034 Williams Road, Nolensville
It’s the second Annual Holiday at the Barn event held on November 10. Shop from over 18 local vendors, handmade artisans, boutique shops and more. Santa will be bringing along Mrs. Claus with him from 12:30 p -2:00 p. Pictures will be free; however, a small donation is appreciated. This year all donations will go to Round Up for Nolensville.
November 9th 9a – 9p
November 10th 9a – 6p
November 11th 12p – 6p
The Fairgrounds, 500 Wedgewood Ave, Nashville
A longtime Nashville shopping tradition, Christmas Village features approximately 260 merchants and 30,000 shoppers from all over the United States. A variety of unique seasonal and gift items are offered, including: toys for all ages, clothing for children and adults, jewelry, food items, pottery, collectibles and unusual pieces for the “person who has everything.” Purchase tickets at the door for $10 or online here.
November 16th 5p – 9p
November 17th 9a – 5p
The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Rd, Franklin
Made South Holiday Market returns to The Factory in Franklin on November 16-17. The event includes more than 100 of the finest makers and artisans! Enjoy delicious chef tastings, cocktails and craft beers, and a live music stage. A portion of proceeds from this event will benefit the Holiday Food Box Program at GraceWorks, Williamson county’s nonprofit community resource center. Purchase your tickets online here.
8Homestead Holiday Village
November 24, 10a – 7p
Homestead Manor,4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station
Holiday Village returns to Homestead Manor November 24 as local vendors fill a tented area on the Homestead lawn with unique goodies and holiday cheer.
The events barn will be packed with activities for kids and families, including photos with Santa from 1-3p and 4-6p, Express Train rides, Ornament-making + Letters to Santa stations and more. Photos with Santa will be $25 for the first photo and $5 for each additional photo and can be purchased at the event. Buy tickets online here.