Shop local this year at the Back to Nature Holiday Market

Free Admission to CNC - Support local artisans and explore the beautiful grounds

Shop local this holiday season! Explore local artisans who have unique, handmade, and/or eco-friendly gifts. Art, jewelry, candles, children’s gifts, bath products, food, nature gifts, and so much more.

Admission is FREE to CNC as a gift to the community. Come and enjoy the beautiful grounds along with the market. We request you make a reservation, however, we may be able to accommodate walk-ups on the day of the event.

Explore the fabulous vendors that will be a part of the Back to Nature Holiday Market. Visit their websites to get a taste of their beautiful creations and the possibility of what you might find at the Holiday Market. 

Absolute Southern – Handmade dog collars and accessories

The Zona Co. – All-natural candles with spunk

Close to you Pillows – Remembering your loved ones in a special way

Cherokee Moon Mixology – Sour mixes brewed with local organic fruit

Bisoux Bakery – Yummy cakes and macarons

Art by Saara – Jewelry made from painting flakes plus paintings

Moore’s Nursery

Beauty Corner

Crayon Pendants – Crayon inspired jewelry

R X D Glass Designs

Glatter’s Glitters LLC – Art coasters and lazy susans

Emmie Jeanne Designs – Fiber and clay art

Beadspire – Inspired by beads, albums, notebooks, and boxes

Coconut Moe Illustrations – Illustrations with charm, whimsy, and a touch of sass

Kudzu Cottage – Handcrafted artisan jams without pectin and wood boards

Moonflower Press LLC – Children’s books about nature – Spanish & French versions

Margie McCarthy – Prints and textiles art

Fleurs & Fairies

Blue Lily Cotton LLC – 100% Turkish cotton beach, bath, and kitchen towels

Datil Bee Awesome – Sweet hot honey

Donna Grammas – Handmade pottery

Bee Wild – 3 generation family farm in Gainesville with unique honey flavor profiles

Debbie Buckley

Gitts Bajan Peppa Sauce – Passed down from generation to generation Bajan Pepper Sauce

Kathmandu Bazar – Handmade bags, scarfs, hats, and gloves

Linda Fraser – Prints and notecards of southern native plants and their specific pollinators and coloring pages

Anna Benifield Art – Dive into the works of John James Audubon’s “Birds of America” – studying and deconstructing each piece, and then reimagining through the art of cut paper collage.

A&R Elderberries – Makes organic elderberry syrup, jelly, and fire cider. Great for the immune system.

IT Element – Antique, vintage collectibles – Ingan-Mayan handicrafts and jewelry

Artistic Sanctuary and Freya’s Frivolities – Glass, kiln-fired, and stained gall and mosaic; polymer clay and resin, gnome homes – a mother and daughter booth!

Suzy Nicksic – Naturally tie-dyed apparel

Lyns’ Wrens – Handmade felted wool bird ornaments from sweaters

Cerebral Seeds – Paintings on oyster shells

Damn is that a Pickle – Sweet, spicy, and savory pickles

We can’t wait to see you at the Back to Nature Holiday Market. Shop local this holiday season and make a reservation today!