VIGO Co., Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — People at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds got an early taste of fall Saturday.
The second and last day of the Hobnob Harvest Market drew people from all around.
The event included food, drinks, and activities for the entire family, in addition to shopping opportunities.
According to the Hobnob owner, the market is especially important as it helps support small businesses.
“These all small town people who are supporting their families with these businesses. So, you’re not coming out and buying from somebody who is a nameless faceless corporation. These are a mom and a dad,” said owner, Holly Snelling.
The Hobnob Market will make its next stop at the Illinois State Fairgrounds on November 20 and 21.