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Weekend Market Picks: March 14 & 15, 2015: Spring Markets are Opening

Boom! It’s springtime! I saw hyacinths in the greenmarket this week. Central Park has been in melt mode as the sun came out for the first time in eons. The markets are blooming too! It’s just a great time to get a little sunshine of our own before the crocuses suck it all up.

This weekend marks the launch of Asia Week, a collaborative event to promote Asian art in New York City. The image above is from the Rubin Museum, which is having its Spring Bazaar as one of its activities for the week. Shop for handmade items and books from or inspired by Asia, and visit the new exhibit of Asian masks, also opening this weekend.

Weekend Market Picks

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Sunnyside Greenmarket: This year-round market in Sunnyside always has a well-rounded collection of market vendors selling regional vegetables, seafood, poultry, dairy, beef and buffalo meat and even Mexican specialty foods. 8AM – 3PM, Skillman Avenue between 42 & 43 Streets, Queens

Saturday & Sunday, March 14 & 15, 2015

Nolita Market/St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral Market: GRAND OPENING! This picturesque sidewalk market is back for the season! You will see fine local designers of jewelry, accessories and more. 11AM – 6PM, Prince Street between Mulberry and Mott, Manhattan

Real NYC Designer Market: A new season is an opportunity to freshen up your wardrobe! When you spend time in this market, you will meet real designers from New York City. 11AM – 9PM Saturday, 11AM – 7PM Sunday, 109 Mulberry Street, Manhattan

Rubin Museum Shop Spring Bazaar: As mentioned above, this shopping event will include a beautiful array of scarves, shawls, blankets, pillows and masks from Asia. Become a member of the museum and enjoy an additional 20% off your purchases. 11AM – 6PM, 150 West 17th Street, Manhattan

The Seed Market: New York’s newest plant-based and cruelty-free product focused market is popping up this weekend at the Altman Building. Food, drinks, products and special presentations this weekend. 11AM – 6PM, The Altman Building, 135 W. 18th St., Manhattan

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Beard Foundation Annual Cookbook Sale: You can pick through over 1000 new and used cookbooks and maybe see a bit of the venerable Beard House. 10AM – 3PM, 167  West 12th Street, Manhattan

Brooklyn Pop Up Market: I’ve met amazing artisan vendors at this market, and I’ve tasted some really great foods there too. The managers of this event keep coming up with market themes that sound like such fun. This weekend, it’s St. Patrick’s Day! 12PM – 6PM, 49 Wykoff Avenue, Brooklyn

Morbid Anatomy Museum Spring Market: I love the markets at the Morbid Anatomy Museum because the handmade and antique products are just so unusual and clever. I guarantee you will find things here that you won’t find at any other market in the city. 12PM – 6PM,  424 A 3rd Avenue (Corner of 7th Street and 3rd Avenue), Brooklyn

Happy Pi Day! (Photo courtesy of the Rubin Museum on Instagram)

~Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City

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