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  • Writer's pictureKaren Seiger

Weekend Market Picks, October 15-16, 2011 and Pumpkins!!!

Also this weekend I am taking a wonderful bunch of ladies on a Markets Tour!  We have a great agenda and a lot of ground to cover.  I cannot wait to see what catches their eye, what peaks their curiosity, and what makes it back home with them.  Pictures will definitely be posted.

Saturday and Sunday

Brooklyn Lyceum Fall Market:  The Brooklyn Lyceum is a former bath house, and it is now a great performance space and market venue.  The semi-annual artisan market takes place this weekend with a diverse collection of artisans selling jewelry, fine art, leather bags, tee-shirts and more.  Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win impressive prizes, including an iPad!

Crafts on Columbus:  This is the final weekend of this lovely craft show beneath the beautiful tree canopy alongside the Museum of Natural History.  The quality is high, and the designers are as talented as ever.  You’ll recognize your favorites, and you will also find some exciting new artisans on Columbus Avenue!


Crafts in Chelsea:  One of the most dynamic and exciting craft market events of the year!  Over 100 local artisans will be showing their handmade creations along both sides of West 21st Street between 8th and 9th Avenues.  Time Out New York has featured Crafts in Chelsea twice this week:  Your Perfect Weekend and Sample Sales and Shopping Events!

Super!Market :  There’s a new designers market in town!  This promising boutique-style market will feature a curated selection of fashion, jewelry, and object designers, as well as snacks to nosh on while you explore.  I’ve met the curators themselves, and they are very excited about this new venture at 268 Mulberry Street.


Greenflea:  If you’re heading uptown to Crafts on Columbus, then definitely cross the street and visit this treasure-filled neighborhood flea market!  And the 79th Street Greenmarket is bunking with the Greenflea while Crafts On Columbus is taking place, so you can pick up some apples and kale for the week ahead!

New Amsterdam Market:  Get tickets for this weekend’s Hard Cider Revival!  Plus the lush fall bounty of regional food purveyors.  This regional food market is fantastic year-round, but there is something extra special about it in the fall.  Come see what I mean!

What are your market plans for the weekend?

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