Brooklyn Craft Central Holiday Market633 Degraw St., Brooklyn, NY
START: 12:00 PM December 17, 2011
END: 6:00 PM December 18, 2011
The 4th Annual Brooklyn Craft Central Holiday Market is happening at Littlefield on December 17th and 18th. There will 65 designers in all, with each day hosting a completely different group of vendors, giving you the perfect reason to go both days!
Admission is completely FREE, and given that the market falls on the last shopping weekend before Christmas, it’s the perfect opportunity for all your procrastinators (like us!).
BKCC will also have food trucks each day for hot food on these chilly winter gift-buying days featuring Rickshaw Dumplings, Mexicue and El Olomega pupusas. Littlefield will offer hot (and cold) drinks from the full bar, including weekend-long BKCC Market drink specials.
Local artisanal food (for munching and gifts) including: Rescue Chocolates, Jenni’s Cookies, Granola Lab, The Jam Stand, Sourpuss Pickles, Macaron Parlour, Chocolate Swirl, and more.
See a full list of vendors here.
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