This is it!

twilight-marketAre you ready for the first-ever Twilight Market on July 14th?

We are! In just under a month, the Twilight market will welcome friends, families, and neighbors to North Main Street in Gloversville for an amazing night out. Wondering about the details? Here’s your introduction!

What is the Twilight Market?

The Twilight Market is a family-friendly downtown event held once-per-month during the summer in downtown Gloversville. It will feature free activities including live music, kids crafts and, in July and September, free movies at the Glove Theater. The Market will also have a farmers market featuring local produce, artisan goods, and prepared food.

When is it held?

The Twilight Market runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the following Fridays:

Where is the Twilight Market held?

The Twilight Market will be on North Main Street in Gloversville, NY from Four Corners to Castiglione Park.

Market Map

Market Map

Farmers Market
[North Main from Fulton to Church]

The first block of North Main St. will be closed to traffic on Twilight Market evenings in order to host the farmers market. Traffic will be able to access the remainder of North Main St. entering at Fremont Street and exiting at Church Street.

Castiglione Park

Activities
[Castiglione Park]

Community groups, activities, and live music will be held at Castiglione Park. The Park will be the hub of Twilight Market activity and a great place to eat dinner, listen to local bands, and spend time with friends.

glove stage

Movies
[Glove Theater]

The Glove Theater will host free family-friendly movies twice during the Twilight market season. While tickets are free, space will be limited so please plan ahead.

  • July 14th – E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  • September 8th – The Secret Life of Pets

Who will be at the farmers market?

We have a great group of vendors for this year’s Twilight Market! They include local farms and artisans along with other New York State producers. The market is producer-only, which means that everything for sale has been grown, produced, or created by the people there. This guarantees great quality and that the money you spend stays locally.

A full (and expanding) list of vendors can be found here.

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