Holiday sale with over 40 local artisan vendors
The Western New York Book Arts Center’s 12th annual “Last Minute Panic Holiday Marketplace” will be held from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, and from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at 468 Washington St., Buffalo. The sale this year will include over 40 vendors on both floors of the Book Arts Center. Guests can purchase unique, quality handmade goods from housewares, knitwear and jewelry, to hand-printed greeting cards and posters, apparel and ceramics.
Book Arts will also hold a make-and-take letterpress holiday cards workshop and bookmaking workshop. Learn to make simple and festive holiday-themed creations using antique presses and type, free for all ages.
Participating vendors include: Hazel Street Press, Rose and Mags Country Mile, Bananers Baby Brand, Ashley Messana Jewelry, Carol Milliron, CrowBiz, Rusterior, The Sparkwork Studio, potsbydjr, Alter the Past – Design and Print, sunnyoutside, Mermaid & Weasel, Felise Design, Pie & Scone, thexstitchxbitch, Gretchen Cole Jewelry, Ossabelle Trinkets, Papercraft Miracles, Joyfulenergy Jewelry, Jessica Gadra Illustration, Amy's Felted Vessels, J. Savage Goods, Doris Jewelry, KatyDidArt, Aspen House Press, Fluid Katie, NestingDoll, Compassionate Humans, LaCott Fine Art, Papertales, Tiny Buffalo Designs, Raveloe, University at Buffalo department of art, City Of Light Publishing | Buffalo Heritage Press, Matthew Stroka Design, Speakeasy Works, Molly Illustration, Poppiejanes, OC Ceramics LLC, The Kitschy Cross Stitch, Wild Mountain Organics LLC, Timeless Babez, Local Punk and OLDENDESIGNS.
Admission is free, with free parking on adjacent streets. For more information, visit the event webpage or Facebook Event, call 716-348-1430 or visit the store from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
The Western New York Book Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of printing and book-related arts through education, creation and exhibition for a broad and diverse community. For more, visit www.wnybookarts.org, email [email protected], or call 716-348-1430.