Tuesday, December 25, 2018

An East Village Stand Holiday Market Christmas Eve

photo by Eden Brower

      photo by Elizabeth Ruf-Maldonado

photo by Eden Brower

photo by Eden Brower

And on this day is Christmas, the day of Christ, as I find myself typing this blog post.  And according to that Gregorian calendar on the wall, December 24th, Christmas Eve, marks the last day of our East Village Stand Holiday Market as well as a lot of other holiday markets in the New York City area.  And so that holiday market of ours, formerly The Stand on 7th Street, has ended and come to pass to where I post a few more photos and videos of that East Village Stand Holiday Market that find themselves posted above. And that holiday market seemed as if it was a 7th Street, East Village event to where all of the six vendors at the Holiday Market and everyone that came to the Holiday Market in the dead of winter lived on 7th Street. The Stand space is closed now, and whether or not it opens again in the warmer weather or beyond remains to be seen.  And again that facebook event invite for this event read something like:

Join us for our East Village Stand Holiday Market November 23 - December 24 on the corner of 7th Street and Ave C, East Village, NYC. 

Opening Reception & Performances: Friday, November 23, 6-8pm. A shakuhachi zen flute performance by Till Behler

Participating vendors at the East Village Stand Holiday Market include:

Bottleworks, bottle lamps, pendant lights and glassware by Joe Harrigon

One of a kind handmade picture frames by Anne Edris

Taconic Trading Company spiced pepitas and Applewood smoked sea salt

eulenspiegelchocolatelab cookies and chocolates

Black Lives Matter holiday themed jewelry and ornaments by Carla Cubit

Artwork by Baum Earth Elements 

and more

The East Village Stand Holiday Market is a 10ft x 4ft space, originally a storage space on the corner of 7th Street & Ave C in East Village, NYC. It allows us to use the front and entire corner outside of the stand for performances, dinner parties, poetry and concerts.

Customers can purchase handmade, local, artisan and vintage gifts for your holiday shopping. 
Don't miss visiting before it closes for the season

View the event on Eventbrite

For more information, contact: eastvillagemarket@juno.com

Food and refreshments will be provided


Happy Holy Days and Happy New Year 2019.


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