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Harriett Hendren: Rescheduled Night Market set for Friday

The first NoLi Night Market, held Aug. 16, drew a crowd. Friday's event will include live music, food and vendors. Markets also are planned in October, November and December.
The first NoLi Night Market, held Aug. 16, drew a crowd. Friday's event will include live music, food and vendors. Markets also are planned in October, November and December.

Last week's NoLi Night Market was called off because of the chance of thunderstorms. The good news: It's been rescheduled for Friday.

The Night Market, with local vendors, food and live music, will be 7 to 11 p.m. on Bryan Avenue between North Limestone and Loudon Avenue.

Participating vendors include Minton's @ 760, North Limestone Coffee and Donuts, Kentucky for Kentucky, Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop and Charmed Life Tattoo. For more info, go to Facebook.com/NoliCDC.

Other shopping news

King's Gardens Garden Center, 4560 Nicholasville Road, just south of Man o' War Boulevard, has special events scheduled this weekend.

Bear Hollow Woodcarvers will demonstrate chain-saw carving at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday. The day will include pet adoptions, face painting and pumpkin painting. Smoke This BBQ will cook lunch Saturday and Sunday, and there will be lots of plant specials.

Finderskeepers Market at 109 Walton Avenue will host a fall open house from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Merchandise includes vintage items and new items from Aidan Gray, Roost, BoBo Intriguing Objects, Voluspa and Paddywax. Treats from Martine's Bakery will be served.

J.Crew used to be just for grown-ups, then came Crew Cuts, children's versions of its classic clothes and accessories with a modern twist. Now come even tinier versions of the retailer's clever styles — for babies. They include a cashmere sweater featuring a skull and crossbones, $145; and a green-stripe peasant top, $84. The J.Crew store at Fayette Mall does not carry the baby items, but you can find them at Jcrew.com.

■ The final Versailles Merchant Association Block Party is 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday on Green Street. Thumper and the Plaid Rabbits will perform a free concert; food, beer and wine will be served; there will be free children's activities, and stores will stay open late for shopping.

Coming next weekend

Fall is officially here, and new fashion trends abound. Look for our Fall Fashion Edition of Living Sunday on Oct. 6.

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