Immerse yourself in beautiful and delicious handcrafted gifts at the 2017 FESTIVE! A new holiday market at Greylock WORKS celebrating the unique magic of the Northern Berkshires.
Set in an expansive, light-filled mill, the festival marketplace offers music performances, food crafters, local farmers, fermenters and distillers, and the region’s best artisans and textile curators.
Come to discover all your holiday gifts and wants, and stay for programs and workshops that invite visitors into the true stories of our artisans.
We are located at 508 State Road in North Adams, along Route 2.
Our newly renovated Weave Shed is located within a 240,000 sf textile mill currently undergoing an exciting restoration. We are a scenic 1 hour drive from the Albany and Hudson train stations, 30 mins North of Pittsfield in Massachusetts and 30 mins South of Bennington in Vermont.
SAVE THE DATE – SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2018. DETAILS to be announced very soon…
During your visit to the Berkshires, be sure to check the calendars at Mass MoCA, The CLARK, and WCMA.
To complement our fabulously talented artisans’ gorgeous array of handmade holiday gifts, and to add sustenance to your holiday shopping experience, gWorks’ Fall FESTIVE will include a local selection of delicious fresh food and free acoustic entertainment throughout the day. Here is a sampling from FESTIVE 2017.
Brian Alberg, Executive Chef + V.P. of Culinary Development at Main Street Hospitality has prepared a special menu for FESTIVE. You’ll see the grill set up as you enter from gWorks’ new south parking lot!
CRISP catering will also be there to welcome you with their mobile wood-fired pizza oven. Pizza de Jour will include:
They will also be selling East Coast Oysters with signature mignonettes!
No. Six Depot will be vending their exquisite hand roasted, highest quality, most ethical green coffees and natural teas.
Holiday Libations will include:
Local Indie Musicians generously coordinated by Karl Mullen:
Spoken Work Artists coordinate by Zach Finch:
Milkweed Image Credit: Mary Holland