By Brooklyn Reader

November 28, 2014, 7:57 am


8617569210_fe253114d3_bThe Haiti Cultural Exchange in Crown Heights, in collaboration with the Haitian-American Community Coalition (HCC), is encouraging Central Brooklyn residents to skip Black Friday this weekend and instead shop for their holiday gifts at Bazaar Kreyòl, a one-day winter marketplace of Haitian artisanal arts and crafts.

Bazaar Kreyol is taking place on Saturday, December 6, in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The holiday pop-up is where shoppers can purchase unique items by Haitians for the holidays, featuring live music, face painting, giveaways and a toy drive!

WHAT: Bazaar Kreyòl

WHEN: Saturday, December 6th | 2pm-6pm

WHERE: St. Paul’s Church in the Village of Flatbush, 157 St. Paul’s Place, Bklyn


If you would like to donate a toy to the Bazaar Kreyòl Toy Drive, please drop all toys off at the HCC office at 123 Linden Blvd. 3 fl in Brooklyn , NY.

If you would like to become a vendor for Bazaar Kreyòl, please complete the application and pay for the vendor fee by Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014. Please send all completed forms to Jessica Tong at i[email protected].

Click here for the Vendor Application.
Click here to pay your Vendor Fee.
Want to volunteer?  Sign up by clicking here!

For more information, please email Jessica Tong at [email protected], or Régine M. Roumain at [email protected].

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One Response

  1. Modot

    Bazaar Kreyòl seems so much of fun with variety of fun.But unfortunately I am not free on that day to be a part of this event.


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