They're featuring 15 local vendors and artists from all over town.
There will also be live music, food provided by local restaurants and professional photographs by a decked-out holiday tree.
The organizer of the show, Briana Hefley-Shepard, says they are expecting more than 200 people to fill up Retro Den.
They will also be donating a handmade quilt to the Tristesse Grief Center, which helps locals with counseling and education on how to deal with loss.
Friday's show starts at 6 p.m. It's $15 per person at the door or $20 per two people.
Saturday's show is from 11 to 5, and it's free to attend.
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