A portion of all VIP and door ticket sales will be going to the charity.
As well as donating ticket sales, we are holding a silent auction featuring one of a kind art from vendors throughout the weekend. Location: Brooklyn Bazaar on 150 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn NY 11222To access the event before the crowds on both dates we are offering a limited amount of VIP tickets via Atlas Obscura. You will skip the lines, avoid the crowds, and have early access to the best selections of goods by 55 vendors!
Owners Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson with buyer Ryan Matthew have turned their interest in old scientific instruments, taxidermy, circuses and sideshows, Victoriana, skeletons and innumerable other strange and peculiar things into a thriving, if unusual business.
Episodes often center around the pursuit of an item a collector may want and often includes visits from the colorful, interesting, unusual, possibly insane people that wander into the store.
The event begins for the general public at 12PM on both Saturday and Sunday. Please click the link below to purchase tickets:https://-presale Brooklyn Bazaar also has a plethora of amazing offerings.
Our event will feature three floors of vendors, two ATMs on site (most vendors DO accept credit cards & cash), The “Golden Brown” restaurant, and three bars with specialty drinks!
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The weather was so warm and muggy it was hard to feel festive, it was my first Christmas without my parents after their move to North Carolina, and being house-poor and moving I didn't want any presents, nor did I give any. Apparently no one because the whole neighborhood is curiously lacking in lights and wreaths compared to prior years. Also, the woman who works at the shop, Evan, seems like someone I would know and go junking with, and I'm totally crushing on the dapperly dressed employee Ryan Matthew Cohn.
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