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Holiday Marketplace

December 12, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Holiday Marketplace

Join us December 11 & 12 for our Holiday Marketplace, featuring more than 20 local businesses. Shop local and get something unique for your family members this season.

Admission to Roberson Museum is required to view the Marketplace: $8 for Adults; $6 for Students, Seniors, and Military; Free for kids 4 and under; Free for Roberson Members. Admission includes the Holiday Marketplace and viewing of the Home for the Holidays display, and any live entertainment and activities for kids happening that day.

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Featured Vendors

Vendor spots are currently full.

Colin E Cook Art

Pixel art made with Perler Beads also available on unique paintings. Pins made from salvaged and loved comic book and magazine art.

Dotsons Designs

Homemade custom wood projects, mugs/cups, shirts, paper crafts and more! Wood projects include custom flags, cutting boards, signs, and more.

Gaska Design Co.

Specializing in laser cut products from small jewelry up to large wood signs! Custom orders to make gift giving season even more special with unique and personal gifts!

Jazzelle’s Herbal Healing

Jazzelle’s herbal healing is dedicated to customers becoming aware of their body through teas. Hand crafted teas to quench thirsts, boost immune systems or just for a pick me up.

Pouring My Arts Out

Functional artwork, coasters, trays, and trivets. Abstract art on canvases and wooden rounds for hanging on walls.

T-n-S Crafty Creations

Sublimation tumblers, coffee mugs, wooden handmade games, and items

Violet Dragonfly Skies, Llc

An eclectic array of handmade jewelry and accessories. Vegan leather hair bows and accessories as well as cork and vegan leather earrings.

Blutark Art

Original artwork, fine art prints, as well as clothing and accessories made from my art. Earrings, scrunchies, pouches, and t-shirts will be available.

Eastman Studio & Gallery

Inspirational gift line featuring original hand painted silk scarves, hand painted charm jewelry, Christmas ornaments, framed prints, note cards, as well as Fine Art prints of original paintings.

Grayson McGuane Art

Showing spin art and photography.

The Parlor City Soapery

The Parlor City Soapery is a woman-owned business from Endicott, NY. We formulate and make every product by hand, using sustainable ingredients and packaging. New York honey, wine and spirits are utilized wherever possible. We offer artisan soap bars, hand-piped bath bombs, lotion, oversized lip balms, liquid soap, and other various bath and cosmetic products.

Powerful Grace Crystals and Gems

Handmade crystal gemstone jewelry and Malabeads featuring 99% pure silver from Thailand.

Modern Mama’s Children’s Boutique

Baby and children’s boutique. Minimalist and unisex styles all natural materials.

Dazzling Divas

Paparazzi accessories.

From My Garden

Hand-made jewelry and gnomes.

Horti Cultured Home

Macramé hanging planters, keychains, tapestry, and special holiday items like ornaments. Planters and propagation sets. Some house plants as well!

Paul D. Smith - Author

Author of the Jason and the Draconauts contemporary fantasy series.

Second Chance Glass

A whimsical collection of stained and fused glass ornaments, wind chimes, greeting cards, decorative bowls, boxes, gifts, and more made locally by hand.

Red Hot Crafters

Granite cutting boards; floral arrangements; pot holders and homemade hot chocolates & hot cocoa bombs.

There will also be a Pottery Sale taking place on December 10, 11, 12 & December 17, 18, 19 in the Clayworks Studio near the entrance of Roberson in the Carriage House (building closest to the river).
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December 12, 2021
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Roberson Museum and Science Center


Roberson Museum, 30 Front St, Binghamton, NY, 13905, United States
Roberson Museum, 30 Front St, Binghamton, NY, 13905, United States
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Support provided by the general operations support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; the Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation; the Zoos, Botanical Gardens and Aquariums Program, administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreational, and Historical Preservation; and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.