Get ready, New York City! Manhattan’s finest makers of crafts, art and food will descend on the city this weekend at the first ever Manhattan Makers Market.
Greenwich Village is no stranger to NYC’s creative vibes, so what better place to host this three-day event that the neighbourhood’s former Bleecker Theatre building?
What’s so special about this market, we hear you ask. Well, unlike a lot of the flea markets and second-hand stores in the area, Manhattan Makers Market will exclusively showcase the wares of 80 artisans from New York.
That’s right, all local products made by local people; meaning your hard-earned goes straight into the pockets of your fellow New Yorkers.
And what’s more, if you can’t make it to this weekend’s event (or you simply can’t get enough of it) you can hop across the East River next month for another “first ever”: Brooklyn Makers Market on June 18th and 19th.
The spectacle kicks off on Friday, May 20th and runs until Sunday, May 22nd at 159 Bleecker Street.
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