Spring into peace, love, and local business! Our sensational Flower Power Spring Market returns to the Greenpoint Loft (67 West Street, fifth floor) on Sunday, April 7 from 1 to 7 PM.
This far out event will spotlight local vendors, indie artists, and neighborhood artisans of all stripes. Thousands of neighbors and guests flock to buy and see the fruit of these artists’ labors.
The Greenpoint Loft will transfigure into a floral kingdom of hippy love and neighborhood harmony. 60+ highly curated vendors will be hawking their wares, and an exciting lineup of FREE dreamy activities awaits:
- Yoga on the roof deck with Hosh Yoga (RSVP: 2PM / 3:30PM / 5PM)
- Dreamcatcher workshops with Living the Dreamcatcher
- Butterfly mask-making by Success Academy
- Magical immersive fairy glen and couture fashion with Elisa Jimenez for The Hunger World
- Poems by Ars Poetica
- Nail art by Peenk
- Avatar creations and 3D printing with Capture Me in 3D
As always, our Flower Power Photobooth will be donned with an art installation made in collaboration with artist Colleen Blackard for professional photos shoots by Gustavo Ponce Photography. It’s going to be as gorgeous as the roses in our last market, so stop by, throw up the peace sign, and say, “Groovy!”
Listen to live live performances by singer Emma Swingle and local band Saint Amour while sipping on delicious craft beer by Greenpoint Beer and bubblys by BABE Wine.
Feast on delicious sweet and savory treats by some of the best local food purveyors bringing Polish delights, pierogis, and plenty of healthy vegan friendly options. Fear not if you are looking to load up on buttery sugary goodness because we will have cookies at the Greenpointers table ready for you courtesy of Ovenly.
Need we say more? How about spend your Sunday Funday enjoying views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River, check out the products of some seriously talented artisans inside the stunning sun-filled historic Greenpoint Loft while supporting local business.
Huge thanks to our sponsors, without which we could not continue to support local independent business, creativity, and art!