Holiday Market 2022
Come one, come all, shop local at the
Over sixty local artisans, makers and craftsmen, the yummiest food trucks in Connecticut, Holiday Beer Garden, and celebrity authors will be on-site Sunday, November 13th from 11 AM to 4 PM.
Shop for hand-turned wood bowls, Turkish linens, artisan jewelry, handcrafted soaps and candles, handblown glass ornament and garden torches, and baked goods and sweet treats – there will be something for everyone on your holiday list this season.
#getwheysted on gourmet grilled cheeses from The Whey Station, warm-up with traditional chowder or lobster bisque from Flanders Fish Market – voted CT Magazines “Best Seafood 2022” or satisfy that sweet tooth with a hand-filled creative cannoli from Meriano’s Cannoli Truck.
If you’ve shopped until you‘re ready to drop, take respite at the Holiday Beer Garden. The Garden will feature local and holiday themed craft beers and wines.
Raffle for a Cause
Horse Chip Raffle!
High Hopes is hosting its 2nd annual Horse Chip Raffle! You can win $5,000 CASH (after withholding) based on where the horse…. well, you know! Join us November 13th at the Holiday Market when a member of the herd will “choose” the lucky winner between 2 – 4 PM.Learn More!
Give the Gift of High Hopes
Give to the Food Drive
Support the Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries
High Hopes and the Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries share a commitment to helping people in need. We’re partnering again and proud that the Holiday Market Food Drive has such a tremendous impact in the community.
Entry to the Market is FREE with the donation of non-perishable food item(s) to the Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries. The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries will be onsite at the Market.
HORSES AND HUMANS IMPROVING LIVES
What happens on that beautiful farm in Old Lyme? Is it as simple as the High Hopes mission statement: improving lives through horse and human interactions?
We believe it goes much further – a once fearful child develops trust in their horse, a non-verbal child learns the power of words, or someone with an uncooperative body develops the strength and skill to go off lead for the first time. Many of the children and adults we serve, including disadvantaged young people from inner cities, have learning or behavioral disabilities. It never ceases to inspire us, watching the incredible strides they make by building trust and confidence through the shared, unspoken connection with a horse.
Every day, we see the High Hopes mission come to life. Join us. We invite you to visit the farm and soak in the experience. Come learn more and help change lives.
This Holiday Market – and all initiatives that support the High Hopes mission – would not be possible without the unwavering support of our local and regional business. We appreciate this support and invite you join our Community Partners program. This newly introduced program offers a year-round relationship for you and your employees.Check out all our annual community partners