Thursday, May 27, 2010

Fulton Stall Market



The Fulton Fish Market is an iconic part of New York City history. Originally opened in 1822, it lived on the southern tip of Manhattan along South Street for 180 years. Just 6 years ago, they moved to Hunts Point in the Bronx. Now the former location of the Fulton Fish Market serves as a green market during the summer where amazing food vendors set up outside the 16 fish stalls and sell organic bread, fresh eggs and milk, crisp veggies, pasture raised meat, and dried lavender and herbs.

This summer, the {NewNew} group is partnering with the Fulton Stall Market to bring handmade products to their offering. I will be there this Sunday - opening weekend - with 7 of my talented, artistic friends. Come by and visit us from 12pm - 6pm! We'll be at South Street between Beekman and Fulton Street, right by the South Street Seaport. I have some new items! Elephant Rattles and Art Wallets with crayons and a NYC coloring book.




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