"I'm gay and I thought that it was important to have a safe, fun space for LGBTQ-plus vendors to network and sell," Chris Masci, owner of New England Open Market, told WBZ's Suzanne Sausville.
There were 38 different LGBTQ and ally vendors at the market including Sparkletown and Handsome Hobo.
"We want to support the community, the LGBTQ community, and show our support in purchasing local craftsmanship, things that people pour their heart and soul into," said Kelly from New Hampshire.
Vendors featured works from local artisans including, handcrafted pottery, handmade jewelry, candles, clothing, and chocolates made by artisan chocolate makers.
"We just wanted to create a lively atmosphere that represents our community," said Chris Masci, owner of New England Open Market.