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November 8

Niche Modern Factory Sale

5 Hanna Lane, Beacon

Niche Modern has built its reputation on providing lighting structures that exemplify elegance and innovation in their hand-blown glass lighting fixtures. Often paired with playful color palettes and odd angles, each lighting fixture is an original creation, meaning no two fixtures are the same. From 12pm to 6pm on November 8, Niche invites the community to take part in their twice-yearly factory sale, with 50 to 80 percent off factory seconds, including handmade pendant lighting fixtures and the new tabletop collection. There will also be live glass-blowing demonstrations and tours of the factory.

November 17

Holiday Wreathmaking Workshop

Deyo Hall, Historic Huguenot Street, New Paltz

Nothing dresses up the home with holiday spirit quite like a wreath. Traditional and sentimental with being treacly or garish (leave those ugly Christmas sweaters in mothballs, please!), wreaths decorate a home with beauty and warmth, providing an open invitation to the holiday season. On November 17 at 7pm, the New Paltz Garden Club hosts Bonnie Champion Finkenaur, who will guide participants in workshop on how to create a wreath that is original and suitable to the creator. Clippers, gloves, wire, and decorating materials will be needed; ribbon will be provided. (845) 255-6436;

November 22-23

Hudson Valley Hullabaloo

467 Broadway, Kingston

Hullabaloo curator Danielle Bliss is on a mission to transform the staid atmosphere of the craft fair. Dig the tagline: "A Shopping Event Where Arty Meets Party." The second annual event moves to the Andy Murphy Midtown Neighborhood Center in Kingston and features work by over 50 regional artists, designers, and craftspeople, as well as food and drink from local artisanal purveyors. A family-friendly event, Hullabaloo, will also have multiple photo booths and a DIY project space for crafters, young and old alike.

November 28-30

Basilica Farm & Flea

110 South Street, Hudson

Last year, 3,500 people jammed Basilica Hudson over Thanksgiving weekend for the urban-chic-meets-new-rural extravaganza, Basilica Farm & Flea. This year, in collaboration with craft curators Hudson River Exchange, the Farm & Flea promises another stellar shopping be-in, bringing together 80 vendors, from jewelers to furniture makers and all manner of artisans in betwixt. The fair kicks off with a "Black Friday Soiree" on November 28, with cocktails from 5pm to 9pm, and then picks back up the next morning with two days of shopping, music, craft demos, food and drink, and incredibly creative company. (518) 822-1050;

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