The Flea Off Market returns for December this weekend, with two days of shopping, entertainment and feasting, as well as help those in need. Here is what to expect this month at the monthly flea market that is none like any other.
Westport Village promises an evening of family entertainment tonight, Friday, November 30.
The red ribbon was savagely cut last evening (seriously, kids, I’m totally judging you if you hit stores yesterday at all for anything other than extra cranberry sauce), and the Holiday shopping season is open. Give locally, give literary with the Carmichael’s Bookstore 2012 Holiday Catalogue.
New ValuMarket grocery store provides fresh food and locally sourced products to Louisville's Park Duvalle neighborhood.
Patel Brothers Grocery Store offers authentic Indian products allowing customers to taste and create the flavors of South Asia at home.
I found Crescent Hill Trading Company to be an adorable place to go treasure hunting.
Local family owned and operated coffee shop Red Hot Roasters has rare Nicaraguan Elephant Coffee beans available for the holiday season while supplies last in addition to being featured in Marie Claire magazine and a variety of other international publications.
Calling all patrons of antiquities! The second Flea Off Market is happening tomorrow, Dec. 10th.
Kaviar Forge celebrates F.A.T trolley hop with an exhibit featuring Kentucky's leather artists.
New Albany is inviting people to wear plaid and shop local on Friday, November 25 instead of fighting the soul sucking fray at the malls.
Occupy Louisville, LIBA and Mighty Kindness are all singing the praises of shopping local. Maybe this city can even fight corporate greed in the process of keeping Louisville weird.
Buy local this season! Local Tattoo and Art Parlor hosts 3rd annual show, which also benefits the Center for Women and Families.