Flushing Town Hall will be featuring handmade items made in Queens in its second annual Winter Holiday Festival and Market this Sunday.
Admission to the market is free to all guests, and the festival costs $5 to enter but is free for Flushing Town Hall members.
The Winter Festival will feature an art-making workshop by Aurelia Fernandez, who will teach guests how to create Christmas poinsettia displays which will then be donated to local senior centers.
Storytellers Robin Bady and Tammy Hall will share tales of menorahs, dreidels and African traditions which are retold during the season of Kwanzaa.
The Holiday Market will run from 1 to 5 p.m. in the first-floor gallery. Some of the artists participating in the market are as follows:
• Geraldine Benfante – Hand-designed greeting cards
• Trudy Fritschi – Photos
• Eileen Condon – Crocheted clothing
• Lizandra Cordero – Paintings, posters and hand-crafted figurines
• Rehndell D. Masi – Ceramics
• Lisa Gaeta – Fabric crafts
• Nancy Valentine -Jewelry
• Carole Soler – Pendants and bracelets
• Phyllis Ger – Brooches, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and scarves
• Fred Adell – Wildlife art, greeting cards, sculptures, paintings on glass
• Sheila Blunt – Ceramics/pottery
• Barbara Marsh – Dichronic glass jewelry, accessories, crocheted wire jewelry
• Florence Kanarvogel – Christmas ornaments and earrings, and regular earrings
• Joel Kanarvogel – Decoupage art
• Edwin Cadiz – Photography
• Enric Roque – Woodcrafts inlaid frames and jewelry boxes