BRYAN, TEXAS — The 3rd annual Main Street Holiday Market hosted by Texas Market Guide was at the Bryan Expo Center this weekend. Vendors from all over the state had their products on display in Brazos County.
Each year, the show has 13 stops across the Lone Star State.
Show Director Lewanna Campbell says they had 67 booths in the show this weekend showcasing products ranging from food, clothing, jewelry, home decor, Christmas gifts and much more.
Organizers say they have implemented safety measures during the pandemic for a safe shopping environment with aisles spaced out and hand sanitizer readily available.
"So we are hearing from the shoppers that they are ready and excited to get out and do something that they feel is normal and like the old days...get out with their girlfriends..come out with grandma and their mom and do the traditional stuff that they are used to. One of them is holiday shopping markets just like this," Lewanna Campbell said.
The holiday market is also in partnership with Bridge Ministries and attendees of the event could receive a reduced entry fee with a donation of a canned item. Organizers of the even say all of the food donations from this weekend will stay in the Bryan/College Station area.
Organizers say they will be back in the area in June for their 'Made in America' market featuring products handcrafted in the United States.