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New York, NY
WHO: Greenwich Village Youth Council "Fine Art & Designer Crafts on Bleecker"
WHAT: No food nor cheap import vendors in sight, just original creations are for sale by independent artists in this annual Street Fair/GVYC Fundraiser. Event is Free. Free.
WHERE: West Greenwich Village, Bleecker Street between Bank and Christopher Streets, New York
WHEN: 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM
HOW: RSVP: 718-855-8175 firstname.lastname@example.org
DETAILS: This annual five block Street/Art Fair features a wide-range of collectible and functional art presented directly for sale to the public. Only originals and limited-edition works are allowed in this unique Art Fair/GVYC Fundraiser. No middleman means you'll be able to find high quality pieces at below retail, bargain prices.
Enjoy a craft demonstration or two. Acoustic music enhances your stroll down an iconic "Village" street. Most of the stores open at noon on this stretch of Bleecker, often featured on tv's "Tales of the City". The independent artists and designers will be set up by 10 AM.
On the northern end of the fair you'll find Bleecker Street Playgound and many restaurants, including the historic White Horse Tavern, featuring brunch around the corner on Hudson. On the Christopher Street end you'll find not only the 24 hour, Greek diner, Manatus, but also a pleasant Bakery/Cafe on the corner. Unlike other street fairs, there are no food vendors nor cheap imports in sight. Take the #1 subway to Christopher Street. Bleecker Street is just one block west. Take the A,C,F,E subway to West 4th and walk north on Bleecker.
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Edited by Dez on Apr 30, 2012 12:00 PM