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14th Annual Hoboken City Hall Holiday Craft Fair

12/06/2008 - 11:00am
12/06/2008 - 6:00pm

Mayor David Roberts, the City of Hoboken and the Hoboken Reporter are proud to present the 14th Annual Hoboken City Hall HOLIDAY CRAFTS FAIR
Hoboken City Hall - 94 Washington Street bet. 1st and Newark St
3 Floors of Unique Hand Crafted Gift Items for that Special Someone

Saturday Dec. 6 from 11am to 6pm
Sunday Dec. 7 from 11am to 5pm

Over 40 highly talented artisans from NJ, NY and Pennsylvania will be displaying/selling their craft, featuring unique handmade gift items
including: original artwork, greeting cards and one-of-a-kind holiday ornaments, candles, pottery, stained glass, jewelry, quilts, photography, aromatherapy oils, Sauces and Marinades, baby bibs and toddler items, wooden cutting boards, snowflakes, folk art, handknits, table runners and linens, gourmet chocolates, edible gift baskets and much more. See full list below...

Tired of crowded shopping malls which carry the same old thing? This marketplace will provide unusual items you won't find at your local department store. Here is a unique opportunity to find high-quality, hand-crafted gifts, all at affordable prices. You buy direct from the artist. If you don't see exactly what you want, place a special order or just come and browse.

Refreshments: Landmark Coffee will also be on hand selling gourmet coffees and teas, hot apple cider, pastries and cookies, bagels with cream cheese spreads, muffins, seasonal fresh fruit and sandwiche wraps - just in case you get hungry while doing all of that shopping. for further info: 201-420-2207 or online at www.hobokennj.org

Parking
Parking garages are located on Hudson St., between 2nd and 3rd Streets, Washington St. and Observer Highway (behind the Barnes and Noble) as well as the midtown garage located on 4th and Clinton Streets.

City Hall is located only two blocks from all Public transportation including PATH Trains, NJ Transit trains and buses, NJ Waterways Ferry Service and the Hudson Bergen Lightrail.

For Further Information:
For directions and further information please call Geri Fallo at
201-420-2207 or check our website: www.hobokennj.org
The City of Hoboken: At Work for You

Megan Avery - handbags, purses and totes

Bill Baker - wooden clocks, cutting boards, mirrors and lamps

Babywraps - hooded towels, burpees, bibs and t-shirts

Holly Ellis - Handknited scarves, hats and wraps for men, women and children

Hoboken Historical Museum - t-shirts, books, maps, postcards and prints

Joan Huggard - Stained Glass household items, incorporating
prints of Hoboken

Al Barsky - unusual computer mice

Greg Gutsche - wooden snowflakes

Laura Junco - handpainted mirrors and boxes

Victoria's Uniques - handpainted xmas ornaments

Yolanda Kwan - women's scarves and clothing

Jocelyn Bullard - children's clothing

Anthony Salvatore - handmade leather journals, albums, paper and cards

June Sayali - Handknitted baby sweaters and clothing

Ilka Werner - unscented hot / cold packs

Toni Butler - quilts, pillows, table runners and more

Rosette Capotorto - environmentally "green" accessories

Diane Chanoch - jewlery and women's accessories

Gloria Chapa - soap

Rene Sbrocco - baby bibs

Annetta Zaltzberg - edible gift baskets

Al Sutter - soy candles, incense, body oils, potpourri, incense burners and more

Waranon Wiphatthanakarnkun - Iquana and dragons made from sawdust and glue

Lisa papa - children's tutus, hairbows, headbands and cuffs
Judy Edeling - decorative jars filled with soups, cookie, and dessert mixes

Eddie Fearon - Grandpa Eddie Sauce

Rosalie Gennarelli - chocolates, pretzels, candy and more

Jewelry designs by Dagi Designs, Nancy Green, Wendy Setzer, katie Thompson, Laura Mantlik and more

Iona Loyola - Handwoven and felted scarves, hats and shawls; flower pins and crocheted leather bags

Elizabeth DiCara and Susana Baretti Norton - functional and
decorative pottery and sculpture

Jennifer Place's- decorative Holiday items made from recycled
materials and hand-blown glass beaded jewelry

Dee Turgeman's framed vintage vegetable and fruit crate lables; decorative tiles

Georgia Van Ryzin: polyester fleece stroller blankets, caps,
scarves and toys and so much more

For more information about Hoboken Cultural Affairs and events, visit www.myspace.com/HobokenCulturalAffairs!