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Queen City Market

This holiday season, if you’re looking to purchase gifts that are made right here in Greater Buffalo, then look no further than the Queen City Market. On Saturday December 10, from 11am to 6pm, at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum located at 453 Porter Avenue, you can do all of your shopping under one roof. Not only is the building architecturally pleasing, so is merchandise inside – you’ll find everything from locally made ceramics to reused vintage apparel. There will even be local food vendors on-hand. The Buffalo Gay Men’s Chorus will also be there to brighten up the occasion. 

The event is free to the public, and should not be missed. If you truly like the idea of shopping for unique gifts that can’t be found in the big box stores, then this is the perfect holiday shopping event to show your support for your fellow Buffalonian artisans and small business people. There will be over 50 vendors showcasing their goods on that day, and luckily we have the list along with links, so that you can preview some of the merchandise before you go. Following are the confirmed vendors:

Amanda Beaulieu – handmade jewelry []
Amanda Ferreira – vintage clothing + home [
Shawn Peters – vintage housewares [
Jill Greenberg – photography []
Michelle Sallander – ceramics 
Lynette Miles – knitwear 
Chelsea Kedron – photography []
Nicole Cooke – photography []
Heather Mordaunt – jewelry []
Dungaree Dolly’s – handbags []
Lisa Freedenberg – vintage shoes + clothing [
Christopher Fecio – photography []
Carly Christiansen – knitwear []
Christina Irvin – art +knits []
Jeanenne Petri – books []
Christa Penner – stationary []
Nicole Johnson – art dolls and creatures []
Christine Goersss-Barton – vintage clothing
Denise Campbell – stained glass
Iza Ponce – art
Jennifer Barczak – vintage clothing []
Catherine Willett – journals + screenprints []
Liz Dole – art 
Rheytchul Kimmel – art
Kim Baer – vegan cupcakes + art []
Jewel De La Rosa – handmade children’s clothing and accessories []
Carol Wannemacher – multi-media art prints []
Karin Lorenc – pottery []
Jessica Wegrzn – vintage clothing
Sugar City – arts & cultural collective []
Pat Kewley – zines + art [www.patkewleyis
Kelly +Mallory Mordaunt – screenprint + art + accessories
Jenna Meyer – hand dyed yarn + knits []
Erin Roberts – screenprinted decor []
Paul Szpakowski – art []
Donna Sturges – jewelry []
Kisha Patterson-Tanski – knits []
Viktoria Ciostek – photography + greeting cards []
Park Edge Sweet Shop – candy []
Sumiyo Roland – ceramics []
Liz Flyntz – vintage clothing []
Lisa van Wambeck – hair accessories []
Marisa Krol – jewelry [
Vanessa Ron – vintage clothing []
Colleen Tomlinson – garnish jewelry []
Melissa Campbell – jewelry + hulu hoops + clothes + art []
Keri + Tracey – handmade clothing []
Josh Schlageter – art []
Alicia Pierro – vintage clothing [
David Pierro – art []
Jane Nagle – jewelry []
Sherri Miller – jewelry + hand painted clothing []
First Light Farm and Creamery []

Food from:
The Lexington Co-Op
Lloyd Taco Trucks []
The Whole Hog Food Truck []
Lagniappes []
Rolling Joe Cafe []

Caroling from the Buffalo Gay Men’s Chorus 2-3p [

Please contact for more information.

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Poster designed by Kelly Mordaunt

Written by queenseyes


Newell Nussbaumer is 'queenseyes' - Eyes of the Queen City and Founder of Buffalo Rising. Co-founder Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts. Co-founder Powder Keg Festival that built the world's largest ice maze (Guinness Book of World Records). Instigator behind Emerald Beach at the Erie Basin Marina. Co-created Flurrious! winter festival. Co-creator of Rusty Chain Beer. Instigator behind Saturday Artisan Market (SAM) at Canalside, Buffalo Porchfest, and Paint vs. Paint. Founder of The Peddler retro and vintage market on Elmwood. Instigator behind Liberty Hound @ Canalside. Throws The Witches Ball at Statler City, the Hertel Alley Street Art Festival, and The Flutterby Festival.

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