Forecast Calls for Snow Flurries of Fun at Our Polar Vortex Holiday Market (Sun, 12/2)!

Holiday Market 2016

Holiday lights are strewn up on Manhattan, and the first snow has landed — what could come next besides Greenpointers Polar Vortex Holiday Market?!

This Sunday, December 2nd from 1–7 PM, enter our immersive Winterscape inside the cozy Greenpoint Loft (67 West St) that will be donned with an ice castle, snow, snowmen and polar bears thanks to designs by scenic artist extraordinaire Art of Mano60+ talented makers & crafters will have beautiful creations ready for sale and there will be no shortage of FREE things to do throughout the day! RSVP on Facebook and stay updated!

Nail Art Holiday Market 2016

While live music is performed by local bands Pink Slater and Love Always, enjoy festive cocktails and mocktails at our bar stocked with Mulled Wine made with BABE “Winter is the Worst” red wine and Woodward Extract’s Spices and refreshing locally Crafted Beer by Greenpoint Beer & Ale.

The upstairs mezzanine leads out to the roof deck with views of the East River and Manhattan skyline as well as a number of FREE fun activities including:

– Interactive hologram experience by Looking Glass Factory
– 3D avatar creation by Capture Me In 3D
– Massages by [email protected]
– Henna Tattoos by Miss V
– Nail Art by Peenk
– Photobooth by

Winter Candyland Holiday Market 2018

Downstairs where the smell of holiday spices will be wafting around the Greenpointers’ bar, Success Academy Charter Schools will have a kid-friendly zone equipped with an ornament making station!

Bundle up for the polar vortex, Greenpointers — this market’s going to be a big one.

Pink Slater at the Samhain Fall Market
Hanging out on the roof deck at our Samhain Fall Market

Special thanks to our sponsors!

Success Academy
GP Beer & Ale
Green Mountain Energy
Greenpoint Loft
Greenpoint Loft
Class & Co
Broadway Stages

About Billy McEntee

Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Vanity Fair, American Theatre, HowlRound, Observer, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.

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