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The Fifth Annual Queen City Market

The annual Queen City Market is heading back to the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum for the fifth year running. The holiday gift market offers the community a chance to find hand crafted items from some of the region’s most talented artists and artisans. There are also some hand picked vintage finds featured at the event. Shoppers can expect to come across a wide range of jewelry, ceramics, vintage clothing and housewares, local foods, and other wondrous Buffalo-centric offerings. 

Examples of what you might find at the market include pottery from Vegetabowls, bath & body from Zandra Beauty, jewelry by Trebird Skateboard Jewelry, coffee from Public Espresso, home decor from NestWell, illustrations by Mickey Harmon, baked goods by Buffalo Cake Pops, curated vintage decor by Rust Belt Threads, and foodie based stationery by C Designs.

Altogether there will be 50+ local vendors under one magnificent roof.  Amy’s Place Food Truck and Lloyd Taco Truck be on hand to ensure that everyone can grab a bite to eat. Visitors are asked to bring non-perishable food items, which will be donated to Food Bank of WNY.

The fifth annual Queen City Market | Saturday December 5, 2015 | 11am to 5pm | Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum | 453 Porter Avenue in Buffalo, NY | Free and open to the public

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