Crafts return to Garden City for the 34th time

October 15, 2013 by  

The famous Nassau County Craft Shows will be holding its 34th Annual event in Garden City, Long Island, very soon. The event will no doubt attract some high quality vendors from all across the area.

Nassau County Craft Shows was founded by Alan Finchley in 2008 and has been putting on crafts shows all over Long Island ever since. This year, the organization is trying to do its best to help those who suffered from Hurricane Sandy.

The rental cost of booths for vendors has been reduced so that they can have the opportunity to appear at the events without having to worry about financial strain. The organizers have said that, in some cases, booth hire prices are to be dropped by 20%. On top of that, a percentage of the profits generated by Nassau County Craft Shows will be donated to the Kiwanis children’s charity.

It is likely that organizers and advertisers for this event will turn to printing companies to get the word out about it. Flyers and posters are a great way to attract crowds who might otherwise not show up. Distributing them in Garden City and other nearby towns like New Hyde Park and Manhasset will be sure to get more people to come out and join in.

The event takes place on Saturday, October 26, and runs from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm. It will be held between Franklin and Hilton avenues and is free to attend.