The John Paul Jones Arena has been transformed into Martha's Market for the weekend. More than 80 boutiques are selling clothing, toys, garden tools and more.
The is the 20th annual Martha's Market in Charlottesville. Fifteen percent of the proceeds will go directly to Martha Jefferson Hospital for breast health technology and women's mid-life health.
Vendors say now being on the terrace level at the arena helps business.
"We did more last night than we've ever done in a day, in any sale. Fortunately they have to come back upstairs and walk past us to go out," said Lucinda Taylor, vendor.
One ticket allows you to shop the entire weekend. The market is open through Sunday.
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