Visit Rugby’s shops to see crafts, artworks and much more. The Rugby Commissary, Spirit of Red Hill, the Gallery at Historic Rugby will all be open with unique wares. Craft demonstrations and vendors will be present.

A Holiday Tea will be held in conjunction with this event, both days (Nov. 26 and 27) at historic Uffington House, home of Margaret Hughes, mother of Historic Rugby’s founder Thomas Hughes. For this popular event, a group of volunteers go all out with amazing food, custom blend teas, and great conversation. Seating begins at 1 p.m. EST/Noon Central at $22 per reservation.  Period dress is welcomed. A ticket link will be added later. If you can’t wait to purchase online, call Sue at 423-628-2441 Wednesdays through Sundays.

Event hours for the Holiday Marketplace are 10 to 5 Eastern, both Friday & Sat., Nov. 26 and 27. Free admission to the Marketplace (historic building tours available with a modest fee).