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Holiday Artists Market – 2015

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The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts celebrates its 27th Annual Holiday Artists' Market on December 4 and 5, 2015, at the Steelcase Town Hall on 44th Street SE in Grand Rapids.

The free two-day event will feature more than 60 local and regional artists, as well as local food and beverage vendors.  Thanks to presenting sponsor Steelcase, Inc., the Holiday Artists’ Market will once again transform Steelcase’s expansive Town Hall into a festive holiday fair for all ages. It’s expected that more than 3,500 shoppers will pass through the market.

The event kicks off on Friday, December 4, with early access for UICA Members beginning at 5:30 p.m. At 6:00 p.m., doors open to the public with free admission. Hours on Saturday December 5 are 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

The weekend event also features art-making activities for all ages, a gift-wrapping station, and live musical entertainment by carolers from Grand Rapids City High Middle School.

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  • Denise

    Last I checked, that was NOT in Grand Rapids. The Wyoming/Kentwood border is really flaky in that area, but I believe it is Wyoming. Definitely not Grand Rapids though.

    • Denise

      Whoops! I blew it! The borders are even more screwy than I thought, at that intersection! I just double checked, and it is in Grand Rapids after all! Sorry everyone! :)

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