Posts Tagged ‘Holiday Markets’
Shwick Holiday Market (Party!)
Celebrate the holidays with old friends & make new friends at the prestigious Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building. Wear your best holiday outfit for a chance to win the $100 cash prize. Get some drinks during happy hour, then join the holiday parade throughout two floors of this historic landmark. Take pictures with Santa (12-1:30 pm)and…Read More
Sutton Pop Up Market
Enjoy art, music, shopping (and sipping!) a combo arts show/holiday market. Pick up one-of-a-kind gifts and support local artists, crafters, and performers. Shop local talents across art, accessories, home goods, décor, jewelry, handmade gifts and more.
Sign up for workshops throughout the day. Experiment with printmaking techniques and create holiday art work inspired by Andy…Read More
Mama Said Holiday Market
Shop mom owned vendors for gifts for everyone from kids, to spouses.
Enjoy cocktails by MiniBar, gifts from sponsors and and a special live performance by the Shaw Time Duo. A child area with face paintings will be provided by sponsorT he Bubble Brigade with free pizza.Read More
Art in Dumbo Shop the Studios
Just in time for the holidays, 35 artists in DUMBO open their studios to the public to sell their art. Organized by the DUMBO Improvement District and Art in DUMBO, Shop the Studios is an opportunity for locals and tourists alike to connect directly with artists working in DUMBO, Brooklyn, explore their studios, and take…Read More
Borough Hall Holiday Market
Outdoor market presenter Urbanspace’s newest holiday market presents Brooklyn-based artisans, food and beverage operators, vintage and antique collectors selling one of a kind pieces and more to create and curate a Brooklyn centric market mix.Read More
FAD Market: Holiday Pop-Up DUMBO
Shop over 30 talented makers, artisans and small businesses who live and create in Brooklyn.
At Empire Stores in DUMBO, browse a curated selection of goods including handmade jewelry, apparel, body and skincare, tableware, and artisanal packaged food, then eat at Time Out Market, drop a letter off at Santa’s Mailbox and…Read More