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  • Writer's pictureKaren Seiger

So Many Markets This Weekend! Which Ones Will You Visit?!

Fall Market Season is officially in full swing!  Here are some of the amazing events going on this weekend in New York City!

Saturday, September 25, 2010:

HomeMade: New York City: This weekend-long event is a “showcase for all locally made products and performers.”  Sponsored by The Shiny Squirrel, who know how to put on lovely events!

London Terrace Street Fair/Flea Market: The London Terrace Street Fair/Flea Market is a fabulous annual yard sale with loads of amazing finds.  Last year someone bought the Frye boots I had my eye on!  Not this year, though – I’m ready! On West 24th & 9th in Chelsea.

Madison Square Market: This craft and food fair runs this Saturday through October 23.  On Sunday,, the TV show featuring independent designers and online shop, will be filming shoppers at the market!

Maker Faire: “A celebration of the DIY mindset and creativity, Maker Faire brings together engineers, artists, crafters, tinkerers and scientists.”  All weekend at the New York Hall of Science.

The Marte:  This family market returns at a new location on the Upper West side – 163 W. 97th St., between Amsterdam and Columbus Ave.  Over 50 vendors, plus entertainment!

Sunday, September 26, 2010:

Atlantic Antic: This is the street fair everybody loves!  Featuring local shops, local artisans, local food!

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market and Grand Auction: People plan their annual visits to NYC around this spectacular, unique event.  Broadway theaters open their closets and put all their treasures out on in Shubert Alley.  Props, costumes, memorabilia, and celebrity sightings abound!  Only in New York City!

Can Factory Market: This high quality handmade market is holding a season of themed events.  This weekend is featuring Botanicals, which is sure to be an incredibly creative and beautiful show.

And don’t forget to visit your wonderful weekly markets too!  I will be doing a Book Signing at the Greenflea from 10 – 12:30 on Sunday, September 24!

See you at the markets!


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