First, there was Smorgasburg. After a blockbuster opening day and then two lackluster seasons at Hutton Brickyard on the Kingston waterfront, Smorgasburg closed. The Brickyard tried its own hand at the food/flea market concept this summer with Hutton Fare, which shuttered after one weekend. It seems that it takes a special kind of event to succeed at this former industrial site, and Field + Supply may just be it.
The modern maker's design fair founded by Bard Ford returns Columbus Day weekend with a curated selection of artisans and handcrafted goods. This year's exhibitors include furnituremaker Michael Robbins, FSA leather goods, Myrth Ceramics, and Erica Moody Fine Metal, among dozens of other makers and vendors of luxe objects. New for 2018 is the antiques tent, organized by online antiques dealers Kid Made Modern and Decaso. There's also a kids' craft area this year, in addition to handcrafted food and beverages from the likes of Hetta Glogg, Oyster Party, and Stonecutter Spirits. October 5, 2-6pm; October 6, 11am-6pm; October 7, 11am-5pm. Tickets are $10.