First Old Seaport Alliance Night Market of 2016

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 In support of the Old Seaport Alliance, The Old Seaport Alliance Night Market brings people, places and businesses in the downtown area together in a fun, festive evening setting. 

The event saw success over the summer with participants eager to check out the spectacle and its featured local shops. The first night market of the year will take place this Saturday from 7 pm to 10 pm.

The market will have local venders serving beer, wine and small bites from ACQUA AT PECK SLIP. There will also be a raffle for great prizes. While the event is free to the public, suggested donations will go towards further development/ programs for the Old Seaport Alliance. 

Check it out this weekend to drink, nibble and mingle with fans of the historic area. Additional information can be found here.

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