The Stroud event, which is from 11am-5pm, is part of the Site 14 Festival of the arts.
Organised by Stroud Town Council the market will feature locally-made items. They will make perfect presents or you could find something you cannot resist for yourself.
Entrance is free to the event at Lansdown Hall and there will be coffee, tea and cakes on sale.
Among the artists taking part are Hannah Mathison with her quirky recycled art, Yvette Green who makes mosaic glass pieces for the garden, woodwork artist Ken Brown and jewellery maker Kimberley Wyer.
It is the second arts event organised by the town council.
Town council mayor Amanda Moriarty, who is a professional glass maker and teacher, said: “Stroud has such a rich arts heritage that continues today with many artists and makers working in our town.
“The town council wanted to organise something that celebrates all this creativity and provide an extra incentive for people to visit the town centre.”
The town council bought Lansdown Hall in 2011 to save it from closure. It is run by a charitable trust and provides a community space for the town.