There are so many wonderful local artisans, designers and creators – all under one roof! Check out the vendors below!
· Greenpointers Tote Bag For Early Shoppers
· “Message In A Bottle”
· Lovey Dovey Photobooth (for pets and kids, too!)
· Custom Nail Art by Kelly & Fallon
· Bar with sexy drinks & delicious snacks!
· Raffle with tons of prizes – for our Writer’s Fund!
At Greenpointers we feel passionate about local shopping, especially during the holiday season. Our website has grown immensely so we are excited to play an even bigger role in helping shoppers make good decisions for our community this year.
Our annual Holiday Gift Guide is a great way for local businesses to encourage local shopping and support Greenpointers.
Our readership traffic is 45,000 unique visitors and over 100,000 page views per month. (That is 5xs compared to last year at this time.) Major hyper local exposure!
Here’s how it works:
1. You Get A Sponsored Post Featured On Our Home Page on a specific day from now until 12/25
2. Your Logo Is Linked To Your Sponsored Post and/or Website On Our Gift Guide Page so shoppers can browse your shop anytime.
Reserve now, spots fill up quickly!
It’s easy! We can help you come up with special deals for Greenpointers’ readers and write unique copy tailored to your business.
For more info or to reserve a date email greenpointers (at) gmail.com.
Keep it local, Greenpoint! And have a great holiday!
This game is fun! I randomly pick a business card from a pickle jar and introduce a local business. Today I grabbed a card that said Pink Serissa Terrariums. We love terrariums around here! I remember seeing these lovely and unique terrariums at the Go Green! Greenpoint Earth Day Festival in McCarren Park a few weeks back.
There were underwater and hanging terrariums, and plants that required no soil, which blew my mind. I remember the prices to be very reasonable. The website needs updating, but the Pink Serissa Etsy Store was informative with beautiful photographs.
Last week I shared my excitement about Hayseed’s Big City Farm Supply opening up like, 3 blocks from my apartment. I finally got to head down there today and check it out – and it was everything I had hoped it would be and more. More being the fact that I got to hold this rabbit named Carrot!
The shop itself is airy and bright, with heaps of seeds, soil, pots, books, shovels, bee keeping equipment, and of course, bunny raising supplies. If you are feeling a bit blue today, this is what you should do. Go down to Hayseed’s and hug the rabbit.
Megan Paska, one of the owner’s of Hayseed’s and creator of BrooklynHomesteader, was more than helpful when it came to answering all the customer’s questions. She told me about the reasons behind opening the shop (to get affordable supplies to eager urban farmers), as well as what some of the most popular products are (books and seeds, no surprise there!).
Hayseed’s is not just a shop, they are also growing their own garden in the lot next door. This is quite a sight next to the big rigs and gas stations that line McGuinness Avenue.
I left with a few lbs. of dirt, a set of CowPots and some hot pepper and cilantro seeds (definitely a Mexican food theme happening in my garden) for less than $20.
All in all, Hayseed’s is an excellent addition to the neighborhood, and I look forward to many visits over the next couple months. They are only open through June, so go check them out while you still can!
Hayseed’s is located at 218 India Street in Greenpoint.
Guests were raving about all the great gifts and delicious sweets & savories they enjoyed from local vendors, and there was a real African Grey Parrot for the kids to feed! The space was decorated so lovely by Julie of J.Hollis Styles and the artwork on display was gorgeous.
Thanks to our awesome contributors Hilary, Yana & Peter for helping to set-up the market and Griffin for letting us use the church! I would also like to thank my special Valentine Jon for all of his support, problem solving and encouragement. This great event could not have happened without everyone’s love, brawn & great attitudes! (has the music started?)
It’s one more day until Valentine’s Day, and if you have a lover they will be expecting a few things tomorrow. The most important of which won’t be mentioned here, but Greenpointers has worked with local businesses to create a Valentine’s Gift Guide so you don’t have to look like an empty handed jackass tomorrow and you can score (wink wink) everything right here in Greenpoint!
Thanks to: Human@Ease, Paulie Gee’s, Kill Devil Hill, Calyer, Cafe Grumpy, From the Source, Fanaberie, The One Well, Dusty Rose Vintage & Hotel Williamsburg for sponsoring the gift guide!
The Love Birds Valentine’s Market this Saturday, 2/11 is going to be amazing! Aside from a long list of talented food and gift vendors, local artwork, $1 raffle prizes & $10 surprise gifts, there will be a FREE Bird’s Nest Photo Booth, Free Astrology Readings, a Love Letter Writing Station, plus the band Holler performs at 3:30pm. Here is a sneak peak at all the great things you may find or win this Saturday!
For an updated vendor, artist and prize list, click here. RSVP on Facebook and invite your friends!
Greenpointers Lover Birds Valentine’s Market
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Lutheran Church of the Messiah
129 Russell St
Greenpoint, NY 11222
Join the one well on Thursday February 9th from 6-8pm for a Whiskey & Chocolate Tasting & Friday February 10th from 7-10pm for an Opening Reception for Artist Chris Platt. More info below…
Don’t forget, the one well features many excellent Valentine’s Day gifts including: yummy local goat milk caramel sauces (perfect for Valentine’s dessert), one-of-a-kind vintage heart boxes, pillows, baskets, & dishes, recycled paper Valentine’s Day cards & gift wrap, an incredible selection of jewelry, (because isn’t that what she really wants?!) and an entirely organic shaving needs line (because isn’t that what he really needs?!)
Chocolate & Whisky Tasting
Thursday, February 9th, 6-8. With expert Jonathan Wingo from the Whiskey Shop. Great deals on all killer vintage glassware with the purchase of a bottle of whisky. (After all, what better Valentine’s Day gift than booze and special glassware?!)
Opening Reception: Artist Chris Platt
Friday, February 10th, 7-10. Chris’ stunning yet subtle works draw attention to the laws of physics, and what amazing art is made in nature. Stop by and enjoy bites, sips, and jams from good friend and DJ extraordinaire Scott Kiernan.