Ripon Little Bird Artisan Market will return on Monday.
The covid lockdown put paid to all public and civic events planned by the council in 2020.
They included the 75th anniversary celebrations for VE Day, Saint Wilfrid’s procession and Remembrance Sunday.
Andrew Williams, council leader and chair of the city council’s events committee, said:
“For the first time in 18 months Ripon City Council is once again able to provide an event for local people to enjoy.
“I hope that as lockdown restrictions ease we will be able to return to the larger scale events that we have hosted so successfully in recent years.
“We have ambitious plans for the summer onwards and will provide further details on our plans as soon as we are able to do so.”
The market will have more than 40 artisans selling homemade local products.
It will be open from 10am to 3pm and social distancing measures will be in place.
As well as providing a platform for the artisans to display and sell their goods, the council hopes it will attract footfall to benefit businesses in the city.
Items on sale will include clothing, jewellery, hand-crafted wood items and food.
Jackie Crozier, owner and curator of Little Bird Artisan Markets, said:
“The Ripon artisan market celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of the local traders, inviting visitors and residents to discover artisanal crafts from up-and-coming local businesses and further afield
“As someone who was born and lives in Ripon, I am very proud to hold events in the city I am passionate about.”
For more information on the artisan market or to become involved as an artist, artisan or vendor, email email@example.com.