Love A Faire — A Valentine’s Day Market

love a faire hudco market

Photograph by Rodrigo Cid

By Christy Knell
January 31, 2023

If you liked our Holiday Market, you’ll LOVE the Love A Faire! (See what we did there? WE ARE WORD MAGICIANS) We have put together another family friendly day of shopping, crafting, day-drinking, and all-around fun-having.

The featured experience? We’re bringing back aura photographer Ihar of Aura Portal—the star of our grand opening party back in 2019! Never heard of it? Aura photography is an energy reading and photography experience that shows you the tiny electromagnetic frequencies that radiate from your body via colors revealed on a Polaroid picture. The colors hold an answer about what kind of energy you radiate and what kind of experience you able to attract in your life, and they make a super pretty picture!

We have over 20 shops and experiences to check out from so many talented, wonderful small business owners. Join us Saturday, February 11, 10a-5p!

Picture Book

Independent bookstore — HudCo Resident Pop-Up

Find the best books for your kids with ease from our curated selection, while also discovering your own grown up “picture book.” Woman-owned

A D’Zine

Jewelry — Dobbs Ferry

One-of-a-kind handmade jewelry crafted from new and vintage materials, as well as global treasures like beads and stones. Woman-owned

A Handmade House

Home goods — Connecticut

100% cotton, handmade goods for the home using responsibly sourced materials. Woman-owned

Adonia Floral Design

Flowers and home goods — Dobbs Ferry

Concierge floral service specializing in unique arrangements using fresh or dry flowers. Woman-owned

The Artful Event 

Face painting — Westchester

There IS NOT a more talented artist you could find to turn your child into a butterfly. Woman-owned

Chantilly Patisserie

Baked goods — Bronxville

An extremely popular French bakery in Westchester.

Clink with Colleen

Private bartender — Westchester

Colleen Cushman and her team of mixologists for private events will be at the HudCo Bar. Woman-owned

Cloth & Curate


When it comes to fashion, Cloth and Curate is a fashion choice that goes against the grain. Woman-owned


Clothing & Accessories — NYC

Refined everyday essentials designed to be worn time and time again, made in Italy with exceptional materials and produced by artisans & manufacturers with a commitment to sustainability. Women-owned

Falena Fine Jewelry


Timeless fine jewelry pieces. Woman-owned

Fit and East

Athleisure wear — Online boutique

Activewear for any direction life takes you. Woman-owned

Home & Loft

Textiles — New York

Thoughtfully crafted handwoven loungewear and home textiles. Women-owned

Honey Notes

Paper goods — New York

Inspirational notecards and greeting cards, writing prompts, and gratitude exercises. Affirmations to manifest the life you want. Women-owned


Clothing — Westchester

An inclusive, sustainable lounge knitwear brand designed to make you feel comfortable and chic from morning meditation to dinner with friends. Women-owned

Paper Pigeon

Stationery — Pelham

Art prints, stationery and other fun stuff. Woman-owned

Patsy’s Rum Cake

Baked goods — Brooklyn

Handcrafted Caribbean rum cakes made from scratch in a variety of flavors inspired by founder Kathy-Ann’s mom Patsy and baked with love. Vegan and gluten-free options are available. Woman-owned


Clothing — Scarsdale

Elevated, small-batch casual classics designed and made by Morgan Shapero-Valenzuela. Woman-owned

Soy Vida Candles

Candles — Tarrytown

Handmade and hand-poured soy coco wax based candles. Woman-owned

Sunside & Co

Glassware — Queens

A brand intent on keeping craftsmanship and style at the forefront with hand-blown décor. Their mission is to keep designs fresh, useful, and reflective of who they are: makers with a taste for good design and a good time. Woman-owned

Wild Rabbit Apothecary

Wellness — Westchester

Everyday botanical rituals for
dreamers and seekers. Woman-owned


Accessories — Westchester

Vieve products combine modern innovation with the time-honored weaving techniques of the Wayuu artisians from Colombia. Woman-owned