Sip, savor, and share the best of the South on Saturday, October 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with Garden & Gun’s Pop-Up Fieldshop at Highland Park Village’s LOCAL Market and get a head start on holiday gifting for all of the southerners in your life!

For one day only, enjoy a unique shopping experience inspired by the pages of the iconic lifestyle magazine, allowing shoppers to peruse one-of-a-kind pieces from Southern artisans and craftsmen. Shop beautiful scarves and accessories by Carson & Co and Blair’s Belts, hats by Gigi Burris Millinery and sporting goods by Tom Beckbe, decorative glassware by Julie Wear and even something for foodies with duck fat caramels and bourbon brittle by Olive & Sinclair, hot barrel sauce and bourbon balls by Pappy Van Winkle Goods, and mixes from Blackberry Farms. Also, peruse G&G’s exclusive signature gear including signed books, branded shirts, hats, koozies, pint glasses and more.

SAVE THE DATE for other upcoming LOCAL Markets:

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Livingston Court, between Céline and Balenciaga

Highland Park Village

Dallas, Texas 75205

  • Saturday, November 17 – Give thanks with fall inspired vendors and children’s crafts
  • Wednesday, December 12 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Holiday Night Market and Community Christmas Celebration

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More about Highland Park Village LOCAL

With school back in session and Fall in the air, Highland Park Village LOCAL is popping up again monthly from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. with exciting collaborations and featured vendors slated through December. Stroll through the historic and charming shopping center to peruse a diverse selection of 25+ area artisans offering handmade goods and delicious food, while enjoying live music by the incredibly talented local high school musician, Camden Lee, and complimentary face painting and crafts for the kids, hosted by The TOT. Staple vendors are returning to offer customer favorites – including everything from farm fresh eggs, embroidered pet collars and gourmet granola to handmade ceramics — and a variety of seasonal vendors will continue to rotate each month.

Aayushi Pramanik

Aayushi Pramanik is a student at Williams College. When not working or studying economics and math, she enjoys dancing, singing, and taking countless photos with her camera.