It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays. The Christmas songs are streaming and, still stressed from the chaos of Black Friday, we’re on the verge of screaming. (Isn’t this time of year supposed to be fun?)
The answer, of course, is yes—and there’s one event each year that reminds us of that: Hayground School’s Homegrown for the Holidays.
Now in its sixth year, Homegrown for the Holidays is an artisanal food and craft bazaar that brings together more than 50 local artists, vendors, and food purveyors for one long and beautiful day of local-minded shopping. That day this year is Saturday, December 2.
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Have a favorite foodie you need to shop for? Try our PRP & NoFo Crunch gift set. Come down to #homegrownfortheholidays at @Haygroundschool- Sweet & Crunchy gift sets $15. Makes an awesome stocking stuffer, teachers gift or even just a great breakfast treat! #sweet #crunchy #organic #glutenfree #holidays #handmade #local #smallbusiness #nofo #hamptons
Stop by Hayground School between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to pick up some Edible-approved gifts for all the people on your naughty and nice lists—though we won’t tell anybody if you just decide to #treatyoself. Who could blame you when the list of food-related vendors alone looks like this?
- Farmers Kitchen
- Lavender of the Hamptons
- Fat Ass Fudge
- Sagaponack Farm Distillery
- Greenport JERKY Company
- Red Truck Apiary
- South Fork Bakery
- Stars Cafe
- Le Fusion
Also on-site will be craft vendors like Nauti Gal Soaps, Sag Harbor Seashells, Vera Rico Designs, Beach & Willow, and more.
Homegrown for the Holidays is free to the public, and features crafts for the kids, raffles for speciality items, and live local music. All proceeds from the event directly support local artists and business owners.
Hayground School is located at 151 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton, New York.