Makers on Main
Join us on Main Street in Freeport each Saturday this fall. We’ve invited some of our favorite New England Makers to pop-up along Main Street to offer a delightful array of artwork and crafts for sale. Enjoy browsing for just the right piece to add to your collection, plus sample all the fun of a day in Freeport!
There’s plenty of elbow room & fresh air. To keep everyone safe, masks are required for all shoppers and exhibitors.
Each week we will post a printable guide listing all the participating makers, their locations and a web address just in case you need to follow-up with them. We’ll also include some handy tips on other things happening around Freeport each weekend.
Makers on Main vendors are all required follow operating guidance from the State of Maine for the retail or restaurant industry. Booths will be spaced a minimum of ten feet apart and exhibitors are encouraged to set up their displays in a U shape to ensure maximum distance between shoppers and makers. In addition, all vendors will have hand sanitizer available.
We’re asking guests to help keep everyone safe & healthy too. Please stay home if you are sick, limit touching items you have not yet purchased, follow one-way paths indicated by signage, and wait your turn to shop with the makers. Please, one shopper or family group per booth at a time!
Additionally, many of our brick & mortar stores are moving to contactless payment, most makers prefer it as well. Be prepared that some might not accept cash.
Masks are required of both makers and shoppers. Complimentary masks are available at the Visit Freeport Information Center at 115 Main Street.
Where to Stay
Freeport is perfectly situated where Greater Portland meets the Midcoast making us the perfect place to be your homebase for a long weekend or a full week in Maine! Guests may choose from one of our upscale inns, national brand hotels, or historic bed & breakfasts. Interested in a more rustic experience? Pop up your tent, park your RV or rent a cabin at one of our stunning campgrounds among the pines, on the bay or at the foot of a mountain.