The Market at Hasbrouck House

A Curated Vendor Market & Experiential Workshop Series

Saturday, October 14th 11am - 6pm & Sunday, October 15th 11am - 5pm

Artisans and small business owners will come together to share their collective enthusiasm about their passion projects with you. The events will foster positive energy by piquing curiosity and enriching minds. Along with a curated group of vendors, there will be multiple workshops hosted each weekend. We aim to ignite the senses and instill inspiration that lingers for days to come. All are welcome!

October's Vendors Include: Aubry WoodworksCaptain Blankenship, Cordwood Handmade, IntiearthNadine MedinaOhayo, Prizes for Arla Vintage, Tate NYThe Ardent Forager, The Village Common, Tidy Thyme, Upstate Rugs and Wanderluxe.


Saturday's Workshops:

$45/pp. Duration: 1 hr. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots.

To purchase tickets, please visit Captain Blankenship's website.

Learn how to make nourishing body oil that will keep your skin soft (and smelling sweet) in the winter months ahead. Jana will introduce different organic carrier oils and their properties as well as education about natural perfumery and essential oils. Everyone will leave with their own 2oz Body Oil scented with organic and wild harvested essential oils and infused with a local quartz crystal.


$165/pp. Please note that workshop size is limited to ensure an exceptional experience. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots. 

To purchase tickets, please visit Ohayo's website.

Duration: 3 hrs. All materials provided. Workshop Includes:
• All materials required to create a macramé window hanging that will be completed at the workshop
• Ohayo shopper tote to transport your creation

Macramé wall hangings are unique pieces of art that achieve the effect of texture and depth through the use of knotting and creative intuition to incorporate density of pattern and absence thereof. Wall hangings may be subtle or striking, asymmetrical or balanced, whimsical or refined. What makes each piece special is quite literally in the hands of the creator.
In this workshop, Erin will provide an introduction to macramé as a fiber art and talk about what inspires her to create. She will also speak briefly about her design process. Each individual participating will have their own creative process and in turn will find that their approach will be unique. Erin will equip the group with knowledge of how several of her favorite knots are formed and will then guide everyone in starting their piece. The length of the workshop will afford each participant the time to get comfortable with the knots they have learned and to come up with a direction for their design. You will leave with a completed macramé wall hanging to adorn your home or other space.