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Weekend Market Picks March 7 & 8, 2015: Snowy Green Apples

Snowy green apples

These snow covered apples provided pretty much the only color in all of Union Square during a recent storm. As I always say, i know I am not the only person in this city who appreciates our local farmers and vendors who bring their products to the markets every weekend, rain, shine or snow.

So go out this weekend and enjoy the markets because they are here for nobody but us!

Weekend Market Picks

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Tribeca Saturday Greenmarket: Lower Manhattan’s largest farmers market, the Tribeca Saturday Greenmarket has a lovely neighborhood vibe. It feels laid back, and you’ll see early morning families shopping for fresh produce, breads, fish and meats from up to 20 providers. Textile Recycling and Compost Collection too. 8AM – 3PM, Greenwich St between Chambers and Duane, Manhattan

East 67th Street Flea Market: This market opens both indoors and outdoors, weather permitting, in the schoolyard. Shop for fine antique decorative items and vintage clothing. Local farmers selling fresh local produce are a lovely resource for the neighborhood. 6AM – 5PM, East 67th St. between 1st and York Aves., Manhattan

Vegan Shop Up: Over 20 vegan vendors of food, baked goods and body products will be at this month’s all vegan market. Everything there is safe to eat and buy if you’re vegan, and delicious to eat even if you’re not! 12PM- 6PM, Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan Street, Brooklyn

Saturday & Sunday, March 7 & 8, 2015

Marketplace at St. Anthony’s: OPENING WEEKEND! This sidewalk market is open for the 2015 season this weekend, with vintage and handmade vendors. 10AM – Dusk, Houston Street between Sullivan and MacDougal Streets, Manhattan

SHWICK Market: Vintage Throwback Weekend! Shop for vintage clothing and “vast amounts” of vinyl records this weekend, as well as a DJ spinning strictly vinyl! 11AM – 6PM, 6 Charles Place, Brooklyn

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Brooklyn Pop Up: This Sunday the Brooklyn Pop Up market is celebrating International Women’s Day. They will be running a free Vision Board Workshop (2PM – 5PM) to help you envision your path towards your ideals life. 12PM-6PM, Brooklyn Desks, 49 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn.

Park Slope Winter Market: This large farmers market features 25 vendors of fresh, local produce, baked goods, dairy, meats, poultry, pickles, seafood and even yarn. Textile recycling this week too.  10AM – 4PM, The Old Stone House, 4th Street at 5th Avenue, Brooklyn

Ridgewood Market: Over 40 vendors sell in this Queens artisan market. You will find handmade crafts, local artisan food and even brunchy drinks. Bring your family or a date. 11AM – 5PM, Gottscheer Hall, 657 Fairview Avenue, Ridgewood, Queens

~Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City


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