Some of them may be in the southern part of the state, they may have different crops or later plantings — all factors that let them stay with us through to Thanksgiving. Our two Amish vendors for instance start later, but have lots of fall and winter crops so they are able to stay longer.
We’ll be open the next three Saturdays (Nov. 5, 12, and 19), so that you can be sure to get everything you need for your fresh local Thanksgiving dinner!
And when we do close, the Broad Ripple Winter Market will open at the Bent Rail Brewery the first Saturday in December and run through the winter and early spring until the BRFM opens again the first Saturday in May.
We’ll let you know before the end of the season where to find your favorite vendors over the winter so you won’t miss a thing!