Basilica Farm + Flea
A collection of quality products presented by a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors. Promoting the talents and resources within our community.
WHAT- LARGESCALE FLEA MARKET + FARMSTAND
Kicking off with our “Black Friday Soirée,” the Basilica Hudson will be hosting a Thanksgiving weekend event and marketplace. The marketplace consists of a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors. Visitors can come to shop, hear music, eat quality foods, attend one of our educational workshops or cultural lectures. With 17,000 sq feet of industrial interior space, this promises to be the only market of its kind in the region. Basilica Farm + Flea will focus on vendor submissions in the Hudson area.
Basilica Farm + Flea is excited to announce its partnering with BUST Magazine’s Craftacular. Modern Farmer Magazine has come on board to help present the local food + farmstand portion of the event, curated by Tess Diamond of Old Field Farm and Lauren Giambrone of Good Fight Herb Co.
We are happy to announce support by Green Mountain Energy, Secret Weapon, and a grant from the City of Hudson Public Events Fund.
Basilica Farm + Flea is being organized by a team of passionate volunteers, consisting of the Basilica Hudson team and local makers, farmers, and shop owners. To apply to be a volunteer, please click here.
WHEN- THANKSGIVING WEEKEND, 2013
Friday November 29th – 5pm – 9pm Black Friday Soirée, opening evening celebration with Cocktails + Sales
Saturday November 30th – 10am – 6pm
Sunday December 1st – 10 am – 6 pm
The scheduled hours were planned with the consideration that most vendors are on a budget during this busy time of year. Friday’s evening event gives you plenty of time to arrive and set up before if you like, or you have the option to simply check in on Saturday or Sunday morning. It is our first year and we are trying our best to anticipate vendors needs, so please feel free to give us any comments on this planning.
WHY – SUPPORTING ALTERNATIVE ECONOMIES
We would like to highlight the abundance of small, authentic businesses located within the Hudson Valley and provide an alternative to the Black Friday “Big Box” holiday shopping experience. Hudson is increasingly being recognized as a destination for quality food, art, antiques, vintage, and history enthusiasts. We unite in our passion for one-of-a-kind things and the city of Hudson.
WHO – FARM, FLEA, + CRAFT
Inviting collectors of Vintage + Small Objects. Makers of Craft Goods. Local Farmers + Educators. Prepared Food Vendors.
FARMERS + FOOD VENDORS:
Basilica Farm + Flea is looking for farmers and prepared food vendors to join us to showcase the agricultural bounty of the Hudson Valley. Produce, meat, dairy, grain and on farm value-added producers are encouraged to apply for the weekend. Please inquire to email@example.com about individual stands or being part of our “Basilica Farm Stand” in the West Wing.
VINTAGE COLLECTORS, MAKERS, DESIGNERS, ARTISTS, AND SMALL PRESSES:
Please apply for a booth in the maker area, either the Main or North Hall. If you prefer, you may also submit your wares to the Basilica Hudson Consignment Shop at Farm + Flea – please indicate your interest on your application.
If you would like to offer an educational maker or farmer workshop or cultural lecture in the Basilica Workshop (located in the North Hall), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Relevant topics range from crafts, art, culture, farming, and food.
WHERE- BASILICA HUDSON
110 South Front St, Hudson, NY 12534
A reclaimed 19th century factory, artist owned and operated since 2010.
The Basilica is just steps from the Amtrak train station, two hours north of NYC & Boston and 30 minutes south of Albany.
HOW – SUBMISSION + VENDOR INFORMATION
$10 A non-refundable application fee can be paid with PayPal or all major credit cards by visiting our application page. Due to limited space availability, we may not be able to accommodate all who apply. Vendors will be selected on the basis of quality and uniqueness, as we are looking to bring together a wide variety of content. If selected, the application fee will be deducted from your final booth fee. Thank you for understanding.
Applications have closed.
NOTE TO FARMERS, FOOD VENDORS, and EDUCATORS:
There is no need to fill out an application. Please email email@example.com directly.
NOTE TO THOSE OUTSIDE 12534 ZIP CODE: Please refer to BUST Craftacular’s application page here.
The booth fees are as follows:
6 x 6 space available in the Main Hall for $150 for whole weekend or $125 for one day
Participation in Friday evening’s Soirée event is limited to vendors who sign up for the full weekend, though all vendors are welcome to attend. Please indicate your interest in participating in Friday evening’s event on your application form. You also have the option to simply check in on Saturday or Sunday morning.
If you are interested in participating in just one day, please indicate which day on your application. Basilica Hudson will provide all tables and chairs, though you are welcome to bring additional racks or other displays if you prefer. All displays must fit within the given space.
Please let us know if you have someone in mind to share a booth with, but note that each submission will be juried individually. If you are sharing a booth, you will split the cost of the space and table with a partner.
The application deadline has been extended to Monday November 4. We will notify all vendors with our decisions by Friday November 8th and the full booth payment deadline is Friday November 15th.
Vendor Permits Required
All applicants must have a New York State Vendors license or equivalent, and a Certificate of Authority (COA) for all vendors who accept cash transactions. (This certificate shows that you are legally able to collect sales tax.) If you are selling prepared or packaged food, you need a valid Food Protection Certificate in addition to the COA. If you do not already have it, we highly recommend applying for it the week of October 14th, as this process can take several weeks.If you have any questions about the certificate or the application process, please refer to the How to Register for New York State Certificate of Authority website. Basilica Farm + Flea will require proof prior to your participation.
If you require Electricity
Please indicate your electricity needs on the application form. All vendors are expected to bring their own extension cords and power strips.
You will receive access code upon check in
Please note admission to Farm + Flea is $3 and free for children under 16
Calling all Volunteers
Basilica Hudson is looking for volunteers to help with the weekends events.
Any additional questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org