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You’re Invited! Brooklyn Craft Central Holiday Market!

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BK Craft Central 2011


Brooklyn Craft Central Holiday Market

When:  December 17th & 18th, 2011, 12-6PM

Where:  Littlefield Art Space, 622 Degraw Street in Park Slope/Gowanus

Read on for details!

YOU’RE INVITED!

We’re kicking out another SHOW and it is better than ever! Jurying a record amount of applicants to make way for 65 of them to participate, we got the absolute best talent concentrated into this one weekend. Taking place on Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18th, this Market falls on the LAST SHOPPING WEEKEND BEFORE CHRISTMAS, helping shoppers who procrastinate (all of us!) find handmade values – and making it easy to keep out of the big box stores – when the clock is ticking down….

The stellar timing and careful curation is only a part of what will make this a special event not to be missed. The location is perfect: Littlefield is a warehouse-turned-club, built uber-sustainably with 6000 square feet of space and just 2 blocks from the R train on the Gowanus/Park Slope border. The latest advancement in BKCC’s holiday market: Each day will feature different vendors! The 100% turnover from Saturday to Sunday ensures total diversity, more designer participation, and a great reason for shoppers to come both days. Nate Duval delivers yet another stunning design to represent our running series. He has been with us since our very first one, and we are so lucky to have him.

BKCC will also have food trucks each day for hot food on these chilly winter gift-buying days. Littlefield will offer hot (and cold) drinks from the full bar, including weekend-long BKCC Market drink specials, and also available are artisanal sweet and savory specialty food (for gifts and for munching) from local makers Brooklyn Brine, Chocolate Swirl, Jam Stand, Sour Puss Pickles, Macaron Parlour, Granola Lab, Bum Bars, Jenni’s Cookies, The Chibi Chef and Rescue Chocolates.

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