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Christmas Grand Market 2022 - THREE LOCATIONS

A Caribbean Christmas Celebration

$1,737 raised of $5,000 goal
35% Complete
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Sat, December 10 4:30 PM ET
to Sat, December 17 9:00 PM ET


Grand Market is a longstanding tradition in Jamaica that takes place after the usual Christmas morning service or on the eve of Christmas Day. The whole community would be out in their numbers participating in a variety of games, and competitions for all ages, lots of gifts including many toys were on sale from brightly decorated stalls, there was food and drink in abundance, and a great time was had by the entire family throughout the day.


Braata Productions

in association with 

Councilwoman Selvena N. Brooks-Powers, Councilman Kevin Riley & Assemblyman Brian Cunningham


Christmas Grand Market


Saturday, December 10, 2022 

Merrick Academy Charter School

136-25 218th Street, Springfield Gardens, NY 11413

(Entrance on 137th Ave between 218th & 219th streets)

Market opens at 5:30pm  Concert at 7:00pm  


Sunday, December 11, 2022   

Harry S Truman High School

750 Baychester Avenue, Bronx NY

Market opens at 4:30pm  Concert at 6:00pm  


Saturday, December 17, 2022

Medgar Evers College

1650 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11225

 Market opens at 5:30pm  Concert at 7:00pm


Featuring special guests Denise Belfon (Trinidad & Tobago) and Jodian Pantry (Jamaica).

Braata Folk Singers, Jonkanoo Parade and much more!!!


Tickets: Presold $25 (until December 9)    Adult $30   Children & Senior $20 (At the door only)

Celebrate Christmas Jamaican Style with all the Caribbean! 

Food & Craft Vendors                 Music, Dance, & Drama Culture!                                  Contests, Games & Prizes!                       Fun!


Christmas Grand Market is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. This program is also supported, in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the New City Council and Councilwoman Selvena N. Brooks-Powers with additional support from the Howard Gilman Foundation.




Nonprofit Organization Donations Tax Deductible