The Third Holiday Makers Market

Returns on Thanksgiving Weekend


Saturday, November 25th and Sunday, November 26th | 11 AM – 5 PM

Community sing-along in The Church Parking Lot |

1 PM


Tickets available at the door only

Adults: $5 entrance fee per day

Children (12 and under): Free

Explore the arts and crafts of the East End at The Church’s Holiday Makers Market, now held over Thanksgiving Weekend! Some of last year’s favorites will return in addition to great new friends. Local makers, artists, and designers will feature home goods, artisanal food, clothing, skincare, jewelry, and more. With 25 unique local merchants in the market, you’ll have no trouble finding special gifts for your loved ones.

Calling all singers! At 1 PM on Saturday and Sunday, we invite you to gather in The Church parking lot for a community sing-along. Bask in the magic of singing all our favorite seasonal classics with friends, family, and the East End community.

The Church will be transformed into a festive holiday market with beautiful decorations designed and donated by Harmonia Inc. Special thanks to Susan Nieland for organizing all the talented vendors! Visit Susan’s website,, or Instagram @susannielandjewelry and explore her handcrafted jewelry inspired by the shore.

Our Vendors Include:



James Paul Cheung and Steve Miller(@jamespaulcheung, @stevemillerdotcom)

Beth Josephs (@bjosephs12)
Kate Kavanaugh (@elemental.silks)

Lisa Kiss (@lisakiss.ny)

Stephanie Pinerio (@shedtextileco),


Home Goods:

Brittany Torres (@hamptonshandpoured)
Tanya and Temidra Willock – Hidden Gem (@hiddengemny),


Health & Beauty:

Merilyn Konnerth (@utopiabathltd)
Albert Zielinski (@alley_crops)



Gretchen Comly (@gretchencomly)
Susan Nieland (@susannielandjewelry)
Lily Streeter (@lilystreeternyc), 



Cabrera Johanna (@casayoja)
Vivienne Keegan (@viviennekeegan)
Anne Kothari (@annekothari



Beverly Granger (@potsbybebe)
Mary Jaffe (@maryjaffepottery)
Liadain Warwick Smith (@liadainws), 


Fine Art:

Jeremy Dennis (@jeremynative)
Abigail Vogel (@abigailpvogel), 



Anastasia Casale (@sagharborflorist),



Hamptons Raclette (@hamptonsraclette), Mattitaco (@mattitaco), The Cookery (@thecookeryny), and What The Falafel (@whathefalafel), and others.


The Church was established in 2019 by artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik. Housed in a deconsecrated 19th-century church, its doors were opened in April 2021. Our mission is to foster creativity and to honor the living history of Sag Harbor as a maker village. The East End represents an exceptional artistic legacy, spanning the practices of Indigenous art of several centuries ago, Abstract Expressionists of the mid-20th Century, and the many celebrated writers, makers, musicians, and visual artists of the recent past and current moment. Core programming includes visual art exhibitions, concerts and events, educational programming, workshops, lectures, and an artist’s residency. 



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