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Re: [NYC-Pints-N-Purls] For those who Rhinebeck'd....

From: user 1.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:34 PM
You might also consider sharing tables, if cost is an issue and/or selling together might be advantageous to encourage more foot traffic, add diversity of goods on offer, or if there are stock quantity issues. For example, I don't think I have enough product to stock a booth for very long on my own right now, but I expect to in the coming year. Maybe others are in a similar situation? Just a thought...

Kelly Bell
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Gotham City Fiber Arts

On Nov 27, 2012, at 3:23 PM, "Kristina T." <[address removed]> wrote:

There is going to be a holiday fair in Inwood over two weekends(12/8&9, 12/15&16), $50 table fee per day. Go to www.breadandyoga.com for info. Marcella is organizing it. I will be there selling my needle felted items.

~ Kristina
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On Nov 27, 2012, at 3:17 PM, Maudene  <[address removed]> wrote:

Dear Robin,
I've also been looking for somewhere to sell my crafts (mostly hand sewn items, eg dolls, tote bags). I found one in Astoria on the 15th & 16th -- no, that's not Chelsea but not a tough trip on the subway. I've pasted in my email thread with the contact person. If you find other interested crafters for the LGBT Community Center I'd be interested in joining you.

Maudene
Quoting Astoria Market <[address removed]>:

Hi Maudene:

Greetings! This is Diane from Astoria Market. Thanks for your
interest. Please do send us a few images of your wares. Besides out
Bohemian Hall event, we have a few different markets that we are doing this
holiday season. Here is the full list:

Here are the dates for the market at Bohemian Hall in Astoria, NY: 12/22,
12/23.

December Holiday pricing: A 6 x 5 spot is $95 and a 8 x 5 spot is $105.
(includes a table and chairs - 6x5 space comes with an 6ft table and 8x5
space comes with an 8ft table)
If you book both dates (Saturday and Sunday), the price is discounted to
$180 for the 6ft and $200 for the 8ft.

Here is our Vendor FAQ page that you can look over when you have some time:
http://www.astoriamarket.com/frequently-asked-questions/

We are also working on the Columbus Avenue Holiday Market on 12/15 on
Columbus Avenue and 60th Street. Check out its Facebook
page<https://www.facebook.com/pages/Columbus-Avenue-Market/125978000846508>
for
more details. A 6ft table at this event is $135 and a 8ft is $145 (includes
table and chairs).

The Columbus Avenue Holiday Market will be held in the auditorium (The
Hall) of the historic and beautiful Church of St. Paul the
Apostle<http://www.stpaultheapostle.org/index.php> located
right on Columbus Avenue between 59th and 60th Streets. The venue is just a
stone’s throw away from Lincoln Center, Fordham University, Columbus
Circle, and Central Park.


On 11/27/2012 2:33 PM, Robin Crutchfield wrote:
Does anybody know of any craft fairs in the next weekend or two in or around the Village/Chelsea/Tribeca/Lower East Side areas that might have open spots and not be too expensive to do? I was trying to arrange one for a Saturday at the LGBT Community Center, but couldn't find enough other folks interested in participating. I needed at least 8-10 and only found 3 people.

Robin Crutchfield






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