Holiday Antiques Show (Dec. 13-14) | Locust Grove | locustgrove.org
Prices and times vary
For the sophisticated gift giver, consider an antique. (Does this count as re-gifting?) Find antiques “for the home, the table and the holidays” at Locust Grove’s Holiday Antiques Show, sold by dealers from Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and Ohio. And, because you’re so fancy, there’s complimentary wine and cheese to sip and munch on, too.
Fleur de Flea Vintage and Handmade Holiday Market (Dec. 14-15)
947 E. Breckinridge St. | thefleurdeflea.com | $5 | 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
You love to see it. Year-round, local, urban markets kicking it up for the holidays. The Fleur de Flea’s vintage holiday market, held in their new warehouse, features 200 vendors hawking vintage clothing, books, records, antiques and more. To keep those spirits high, they’re selling eggnog, figgy pudding (finally, you get to figure out what it is) and more. Part of the proceeds go to Make-A-Wish Foundation and Second Chances Wildlife Center.
Umpteenth Annual $20 Art Show (Dec. 14) | Copper & Kings Distillery
1121 E. Washington St. | Search Facebook | Free | 6-9 p.m.
We know. You want to support local artists, but sometimes, you just can’t afford to — which is why the Umpteenth Annual $20 Art Show is so great. All wares are $20, sold by over 30 artists. It’s a great deal and a great way to give your holiday dollars to someone with a soul rather than Amazon.
28th Annual Holiday Bazaar (Dec. 15) | Portland Museum | 2308 Portland Ave.
Search Facebook | Free | 1-5 p.m.
It’s a holiday market with some history on the side. Come for fine art, jewelry and printmaking vendors. Stay for live glassblowing, postcard printing and exploring the Portland Museum’s exhibits on river heritage — for free! —LEO