Ripple Creative, Sands Point Preserve Conservancy Holiday Market Nov. 14

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Ripple Creative has partnered with the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy to produce a highly curated Holiday Market on Sunday, November 14 in the historic Castle Gould at the Sands Point Preserve from 11 am – 4 pm.

This will be a truly special community event that will be sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit — music, kids activities, delicious eats and 50+ high-quality vendors in an idyllic setting.

Vendor categories include a mix of handmade/maker, fine art, independent brands, food stands and trucks, vintage, personalized gear, small business, and local non-profit.

Access to the Market and activities is free for visitors, although standard parking rates of $15 per car apply for nonmembers of the Sands Point Preserve.

Follow along at @ripplecreativepw on instagram for vendor spotlights leading up to the event. More details, as well as other upcoming happenings, can be found at or at

Ripple Creative, is a new grassroots initiative that brings cultural events to town while support small businesses, entrepreneurs and creatives. It was formed by Growing Love Community Garden Founder, Erika Stehl, former PRC President, Momtrepreneur Fair organizer and founder of “Port Washington Mama”, Amanda Khalil, and local entrepreneur, Stephanie Alongi of DMA Billing and formerly of Silly Fish Parties.

The Sands Point Preserve on the original Guggenheim Estate embodies the grandeur and elegance that define the Gold Coast period of the early 20th century. Today, the magnificent 216-acre public park, including its historic mansions, forest, pond, and beachfront on the Long Island Sound, is owned by Nassau County, NY, and maintained and operated by the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Conservancy provides year-round educational and cultural programs, seasonal celebrations, mansion tours, fitness activities as well as private/corporate event services and film/TV location facilities.

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