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Urby Staten Island’s Holiday Market Opening This Weekend

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There are just a few shopping days left until the holidays begin, and finding the right gifts can be a struggle. Luckily, there are still plenty of places to find the most unique holiday gifts for everyone on your list. This Saturday, December 10th, Urby Staten Island will be hosting their first annual Holiday Market.

Join Urby Staten Island next Saturday, December 10, for its first annual Holiday Market, featuring more than 10 local businesses selling a specially curated mix of eclectic home items, handmade goods, clothing and accessories, delicious food, drinks and more. Pick up Dee & Ricky’s pixel heart pins (a favorite of Questlove?), terrariums by Piccola Pianta, hand-poured aromatherapy candles from GG Candles, diamond dusted stationary by Elle New York, Staten Island-themed stocking stuffers by Lola Star, women’s clothing from Sanctuary Boutique, one-of-a-kind local pieces from Richmond Hood Co. and handmade gifts and toys from Sips + Maker. Honor Wines will be offering wine tastings, Urby’s chef-in-residence Brendan Costello, will be selling delicious baked goods and farmer-in-residence Zaro Bates and Urby Bee Keeper Asher Landes will host a CSA information booth. Urby Staten Island Holiday Market Saturday, December 10, from 11:00am to 5:00pm, at 8 Navy Pier Court with parking available. 

The market will feature dozens of Staten Island vendors selling everything from homemade clothing, accessories, food, drinks, and home goods. Check out the full list of vendors and their websites below:

Urby Staten Island Holiday Market kicks off this Saturday, December 10, from 11:00am to 5:00pm, at 8 Navy Pier Court with parking available. For more information, visit their Facebook Event Page.

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