TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A vintage and homemade market pulled into the Vigo County Fairgrounds over the weekend, providing local shopping options to residents and market attendees.

The Hobnob Market had everything from vintage furniture to handmade jewelry and bags. Additionally, they even offered homemade treats.

The market gives local vendors the opportunity to sale some of their items and engage with the community. Hobnob Market co-owner Holley Snelling said interacting with guests and shop owners is one of her favorite things to do.

“The thing that is most important to us is our small business makers that are vendors got to come do their thing, make some money to take home to their families,” Snelling said.

The Hobnob Harvest Festival will return to Terre Haute in May.