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West New York to hold ‘Artisan Market’ on September 24

The town has rounded up an array of local makers and artists 

A flower vendor takes part in the town's Artisan Market in 2018. Photo courtesy of English Thyme Flowers.

West New York is set to again hold its “Artisan Market,” Mayor Gabriel Rodriguez, Commissioner Margarita Guzman, and the Board of Commissioners have announced.

The market will be held on Saturday, September 24, from 12 to 5 p.m. at Donnelly Park at 60th Street and Boulevard East.

The town has rounded up a varied collection of local makers and artists offering unique and hand-crafted creations.

According to West New York, there will be fashion, accessories, jewelry, beauty and bath products, fine art, photography, pet products, home goods, kids stuff, artisanal foods, and more.

Transportation will be provided from the senior building to the market at 12 p.m.

For more information, contact Cultural Affairs at 201-295-5270 or go to the town’s website at westnewyorknj.org.

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