The annual Holiday Market, hosted by Revival Events Group, returns from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 28.

This year’s event will take place on the first and second floors of The Mill on Etowah, 225 Reformation Parkway, Canton.

“We will have over 200 vendors throughout the downstairs and upstairs sections of the mill, more specifically, we will set up a number of vendors at Thrive Coworking and Liberty Church at the mill,” organizer Gary Lamb said.

The vendors will offer a combination of hand-crafted items and food from creators, artisans, bakers, pickers, etc. Prices will vary. One of the vendors who will be at the market, Melisa Hubbs, will be selling her homemade goat milk soap.

“I have seasonal products, and year round products,” Hubbs said. “I breed miniature goats, and when the babies are weaned, the moms need relief from so much milk, so I started milking them to make goat milk soap.”

This event will take place as part of the Christmas at The Mill event, which is set to take place over the course of the weekend, starting Friday evening.

“The decision was made to have the market at the mill this year because we had outgrown the Action building,” Lamb said. “We have so many more vendors for the market this year that we needed a bigger space, and it also just made sense to combine these two events to allow the market to be an element of Christmas at The Mill.”

The market will also feature a number of food trucks including Joe’s Lonestar Tacos, Choate BBQ, Cheezed and Confused, and Whitetail Coffee Co.

“This year’s market has more than tripled in size, making for an even better holiday shopping destination than usual,” Lamb said. “The Cotton Mill Exchange will be open as well, so really, there will be around 350 vendors to shop at between two places. This is a great opportunity for people to support local businesses and enjoy some holiday shopping.”

There is no mask requirement, but social distancing guidelines will be in place. For more information, visit

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Ethan is a reporter covering the cities of Holly Springs & Canton. He also covers city governments and lifestyle. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University.

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