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Check out our list of upcoming craft shows & vendors fairs; this list will continuously be updated. If your organization is holding a craft show or vendor fair, contact me (Debbie Schugardt)at dschugar@wgrz.gannett.com (subject line: Craft Show/Vendor Fair) and I will add it to our list! Or you can also fax the craft show/vendor sale information to 716-849-7600.

Saturday, January 10
12-4pm: Second Saturday. The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo. Live music, food, arts & crafts, demonstrations and more!

Saturday, January 31
10am-3pm: Winterfest Marketplace. Village Hall/Fire Hall, 13336 Broadway (Rt 20), Alden (just east of Crittenden Rd stop light). About 25 specialty foods & crafts vendors, including: honey & maple, wine, pickles, jams & jellies, baked goods, olives, chocolate covered popcorn, handcrafted soaps, wooden items, fancy sweatshirts & tees, Jewelry, stained glass, alpaca items & other knit goods, and much more. Part of community-wide Alden Winterfest weekend. Winterfest begins Friday night in same location and at Town Park on West Main Street. Outdoor (skating, cross country skiing, sled dog demos, etc) & indoor activities throughout Village all day Saturday, capped off with free dance to live music, huge theme basket raffle and wine & chocolate tasting. Nearly all events free. Find us on Facebook or call Alden Village office at 716-937-9216, ext 10.

9am-4pm: Craft Show & Basket Raffle. Ben Franklin Elementary School, 500 Parkhurst Blvd., Tonawanda 14223. This Craft Show will include local crafters selling artwork, jewelry, flower arrangements, handmade greeting cards and home decor items, pet accessories, handmade wood furniture, and much more. The Basket Raffle boasts more than 75 baskets including some large donations from local sports groups and community businesses. In addition to the baskets made by our students and donated by the crafters from our Craft Show, we will also raffle off 4, 1-Day Park Hopper passes to Disney World (a $536.00 value), an air hockey/ping pong table, a 3 month family membership to JCC, and a bar style table and 4 stools, all generously donated from our community. Admission to the show is $2 or 20 Box Tops for Education. Parking will be in the Ben Franklin Elementary School parking lot behind the school on Parkhurst. Blvd.

February 6-7
Craft Show. Iron Island Museum, 998 Lovejoy Street, Buffalo 14206. Over 30 crafters/vendors. Hours: Friday, February 6, 4-8pm; February 7, 10am-3pm.

Saturday, February 14

10am-3pm: Vendor Fair. East Aurora Volunteer Fire Department, 575 Oakwood Avenue, E. Aurora 14052. Enjoy a fun shopping experience with local vendors. A chance to win one of many baskets and gift certificates in our Chinese auction raffle, 50/50 raffle and a gift card tree raffle worth over $200. Parking and admission is free. Refreshments and food available for purchase. This event is in conjunction with the Town of Aurora's Winter Fest week. All proceeds benefit the East Aurora Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

9:30am-3pm: Bling, Bake & Boutique Sale. St. Paul's Church, Parish Hall, 47 Victoria Boulevard, Kenmore. Sponsored by The Women's Sodality of St. Paul's. There will be crafters and vendors selling their wares. Admission is $1; refreshments will be available.

12-4pm: Second Saturday. The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo. Live music, food, arts & crafts, demonstrations and more!

Sunday, February 22
9:30am-3pm: Craft/Vendor Event to benefit Roswell Park through the Ride for Roswell. Brighton Community Building, 25 Jamaica, Town of Tonawanda. There will also be a bake sale and basket raffle.

Saturday February 28
10:30am-4:30pm: Market Street Shopping Event (Craft & Vendor Show). Lockport Canalside Banquet Center, 210 Market Street, Lockport 14094. Basket Raffle to benefit Lockport Care Net Pregnancy Center.

Saturday, March 7
10am-4pm: "Just for Ladies!" Craft Show/Vendor Fair hosted by Expressions Performing Art Center. Randolph Fire Hall (behind Municipal Building), Main Street, Randolph. Brought to you by the competitive student dance companies of Expressions Performing Arts Center. All proceeds will benefit their performance trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando where students will dance in & lead the Main Street Electrical Parade in Disney's Magic Kingdom, perform at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and perform at the Waterside Stage at Downtown Disney. Join us for a fun full day of shopping and activities just for YOU! Vendors needed! For vendor forms, please email info@expressionsperformingarts.com or call 716-499-3513. We are accepting all types of vendors (NOTE: "Franchised" home business opportunities ie. Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Tupperware, Avon, etc. will be limited to ONE rep per business). Cost: $25 plus one item donated to our Chinese auction (all proceeds benefit the students) per vendor and includes one table and chairs. The Bazaar will be FREE to the public to attend; a light lunch will be available for purchase.

Saturday, March 14
12-4pm: Second Saturday. The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo. Live music, food, arts & crafts, demonstrations, more!

9am-1pm: Craft Show/Vendor Fair. St. John's School, 2028 Sandridge Road, Alden. St. John's School is hosting this Craft Show/Vendor Fair. There will be food and a basket raffle as well. All proceeds benefit the school. The cost is $15 for one table or $25 for 2 tables plus a basket to raffle off. We need both craft and business vendors. We accept all types of vendors. However, home business opportunities such as Pampered Chef, Avon, etc., will be limited to one vendor based on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested please email Angela for a registration form at anicolia4@gmail.com. Event is FREE to the public.

Sunday March 22
9:30am-4pm: St. Amelia School Vendor & Crafter Show! St. Amelia School, 2999 Eggert Road, Tonawanda 14150. Come have fun and shop with your favorite vendors and local crafters for Easter and Mother's Day gifts! The Cafeteria will be open during the event and will provide food, drinks and snacks. Basket Raffle, Photo Booth and a surprise for the first 50 people through the door! Free Admission. 8th Grade Fundraiser. For more information please contact vendorshowinfo@gmail.com.

10:30am-4:30pm: March Into Spring Shopping Event (Craft & Vendor Show). Polish Falcons of Depew, 445 Columbia Avenue, Depew 14043. Basket Raffle to benefit Toys for Tots.

Friday, March 27-Sunday, March 29
20th Annual Springtime in the Country. Event Center on the Fairgrounds, Hamburg. Springtime in the Country promises to be bigger and better than ever, adding over 30 new artisans and unveiling the newest feature of the event, the complimentary return pass, which allows patrons to return for free all weekend long. Ranked as one of the top 25 events in the nation, this event features artisans from 16 different states & welcomes 200 preferential artisans from across North America with products including garden art, metal works, women's fashion, original wall art, custom furniture, designer jewelry, home d├ęcor, spa quality bath & beauty products, gourmet foods, children's toys, pottery, more! Hours: Fri., March 27 4-9 pm; Sat. 10-5; Sun. 10-4pm. Admission: $7 for adults/seniors with complimentary return passes available at the event's information booth. Children under 12 are free. Parking is free.

March 28

10am-3pm: Craft Show/Vendor Fair. Michael's Banquet Facility, 4885 Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg. 50 crafters and vendors on display, basket auction, food, cash bar and the Girl Scouts will be there selling cookies! Sip N Shop! As always, admission is FREE! For more info email vnewell77@gmail.com

Saturday, April 11
12-4pm: Second Saturday. The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo. Live music, food, arts & crafts, demonstrations, more!

10:30am-4:30pm: April Showers Shopping Event (Craft & Vendor Show). Main & Transit Fire Banquet Hall, 6777 Main Street, Williamsville 14221. Basket Raffle to benefit World Spine Outreach Foundation.

Sunday, April 19
9:30am-3:00pm: "Shop for a Cure" Craft and Vendor Event. Sloan Active Fire Hall, 55 Gates Street, Sloan. Also will have a Basket Raffle and Bake Sale. Benefitting Roswell Park CI through the Ride for Roswell.

Saturday, May 2

9am-5pm: Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market opens for its 18th season! Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market, 6017 Sherman-Westfield Road, Westfield 14787. This unique shopping experience features Chautauqua County's finest arts, crafts and incredibly edible delights. Every Saturday is an event at The Cross Roads; monthly activities, charity events, special days, amazing vendors and great food. Let The Cross Roads take you back to the days of the village square where people from miles around gather to shop, socialize, and see artisans at work.

June 13
9am-5pm: Spring Craft Show. Cross Roads, 6017 Westfield-Sherman Road, Westfield 14787. Come and support our local artisans at Cross Roads. Let's make this a special day for them! All artists & crafters welcome to set up and sell.<br/>Call Gerry Vacanti at 716-672-4790 for info and to register. Cost is $50 for a 15'x15' outdoor space.

July 18
9am-5pm: Summer Craft Show. Cross Roads, 6017 Westfield-Sherman Road, Westfield 14787. Come and support our local artisans at Cross Roads. Let's make this a special day for them! All artists & crafters welcome to set up and sell. Call Gerry (716-672-4790) for info and to register. Cost is $50 for a 15'x15' outdoor space.

Saturday, November 7 - Sunday, November 8

10am-4pm: Craft Show. Saint Christopher School, 2660 Niagara Falls Blvd., Tonawanda 14150. Featuring over 60 artists and handcrafters. Come and find something special for yourself or a unique gift. Admission: $2; Children 12 & under are free. There will be a Chinese Auction featuring items made by the artists and handcrafters. Food from local restaurants is available for purchase ($3 and under for menu items.) Come and do some shopping and enjoy breakfast, lunch or a snack. Accepting applications for tables through September 21, 2015. Email SaintChristopherCraftShow@outlook.com for more information.

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