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A City of Buffalo: Artists Market

A City of Buffalo Artists Market extravaganza is coming to Downtown Buffalo once again. It is anticipated that this year will be the best to date, with over 50 vendors inside the exquisite Ellicott Square Building. This is the perfect event/venue to impress your friends from out of town. Or make a trip to Downtown Buffalo for lunch, and stop inside to see the architectural masterpiece while browsing a full array of holiday gifts. 

Ellicott Development Company, owner of the Ellicott Square Building and event coordinator, hopes to create awareness and bring holiday spirit to the historic and grand building.

The annual event is being hosted by Ellicott Development Company. This is the third year running that the development company is bringing this exciting shopping soirée to Downtown Buffalo. The one-day artists’ market will showcase the works and the talents of myriad artists and artisans who will display their creations under one giant, spectacular roof. 

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, December 7. On that day, visitors will also find food offerings from a numner of the hottest food trucks in the land. There will also be music, personalized gift tags and a cash bar.

For over 40 years, Ellicott Development has been featuring one of the grandest trees in the land (25 to 30 feet tall) in the historic lobby. Each year the tree is decorated to the hilt, as the community is invited to pay respects to the building, the city, and now the artists and artisans that proliferate the region. For more information on this holiday spectacular, visit www.ellicottdevelopment.com/thisisbuffalo-events. Also see Facebook for details.

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