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A City of Buffalo Artists Market Hosted by Sarah Danielle

Could there be a better venue to host a holiday artists market than the architecturally stunning Ellicott Square Building? On Wednesday, December 9, Sarah Danielle will be hosting a market that will feature 60 local artists, 3 food trucks, a cash bar, and gift wrapping. It really doesn’t get any better than that. The Ellicott Square Building was built for this type of shopping soirée.

Now, thanks to the motivation of one of the businesses within the building (Sarah Danielle Women’s Boutique), the community will be able to enjoy the building as it was intended – decorated for the holidays with a giant tree and filled with all sorts of shopping treasures. Visitors will be able to shop with drinks in hand as they browse through inspirational treasures made by some of the city’s best artists and artisans. And don’t worry about wrapping – there will be a wrapping station on hand. This could be the start of something grand… the Ellicott Square Building should be a shopper’s paradise, not just for a day, but for all time.

A City of Buffalo Artists Market Hosted by Sarah Danielle

When: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 | 4:30-9pm

Where: Lobby of the Ellicott Square Building – 295 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203

Parking: Available for free at the Main and Swan parking lot (Ellicott Parking); street parking around

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