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Buffalo Indie Market 2nd Holiday Show

BRO submission by Mary Stephens McGinnis:

This Sunday Buffalo Indie Market brings it’s 2nd Holiday Show back to Pearl Street Grill & Brewery with many new Artists & Designers and exciting locally handmade merchandise.  Although the country is in a recession many new Buffalo based Indie businesses are popping up every month. A perfect example is Liz Benz of Elmwood Eye Candy, opening only 2 months ago, and already recognized as Buffalo Indie Market’s Artist of the Month. Benz has created a new way to show our Buffalo pride! Her Buffalo works of art made of sewn felt on canvas and Buffalo painted wine glasses are the perfect gift for any Buffalo native near or far.

Other new indie businesses include AppleJaxie Creations, Erin Makes Stuff, Wine Charm Studio and ABL Photo Designs.  These are just some of the local artists & designers found at this Sunday’s artist market from noon to 5pm at 76 Pearl Street in Downtown Buffalo! Visit us online for a full linkable list of all participating artists & designers.


This will be our final artist market at Pearl Street Grill & Brewery. Starting February 6th 2010 BIM will be relocating to Juniper Restaurant at 810 Elmwood Avenue in the Elmwood Village for the remainder of the 2010 Indoor Shows. Visit our website for future 2010 dates and details on how to become a BIM vendor.

Pearl Street Grill & Brewery
76 Pearl Street
Buffalo, NY 14202-4106
(716) 856-2337

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