The Fairfield Museum & History Center invites the public to “get a jump on holiday shopping and support a good cause” by visiting the 4th annual Holiday Pop-Up Market, featuring an array of products, on Friday and Saturday.

Described as a “shopping extravaganza,” the event is presented in conjunction by the National Charity League’s Fairfield Chapter, described as a “mother-daughter philanthropic organization with over 60,000 members serving communities across the United States.”

“The Holiday Pop-Up Market transforms the Museum into a thriving marketplace,” said co-chair Suzanne Goodrich. Items for sale include handcrafted jewelry; fashions for women, men and children; cosmetics; as well as hostess gifts, accessories and home décor. The museum shop will be open, offering locally-made items, Fairfield-themed gifts and a variety of toys, books and accessories, she added.

Pop-Up Market vendors are contributing to special Market Baskets, which will be distributed through a blind drawing at the close of the event. Attendance at the drawing is not necessary win.

The Museum’s current exhibitions, “Signs of the Times,” “Uncle Sam Wants You: Fairfield and the Great War” and “Creating Community” will be open for guests to tour.

Jennifer Carolan, co-chair, said “The Holiday Pop-up Market provides an opportunity for the public to shop locally, support small businesses and benefit two great nonprofit community organizations,” which will share profits.

Fairfield Museum, 370 Beach Road, Fairfield. Friday, Nov. 3, noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $5 suggested donation to the fair includes one ticket for a Market Basket drawing; $10 for three tickets. 203-259-1598.