New York City Public Markets Festival
Nov
3
11:00 AM11:00

New York City Public Markets Festival

Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's public markets and their unique local producers at a New York City Public Markets Festival. This FREE market showcase will take place in the historic Seaport District NYC. Come out from 11am - 5pm on November 3rd to sample the food and cultures of NYC's public markets and local NYS craft beverages.

Producers featured:
Mama Margarita Salsa
MAHA CHOCOLATE
The Kittyrose Lyfestyle
Cornel's Catering Co. Inc.
Maryam's Yum Yum
Sweet Carolina Pie
TURKO’s GRILL
Torie's Treasures
Elma's in Harlem
A Cake Baked in Brooklyn
Porto Rico Importing Company
Taste of Taylor Catering,llc
Liberation Cuisine
Karen's Goodness
Port Morris Distillery
Turnstile Tours
Zuckerman Tours
EscapeMaker.com
Prohibition Distillery
Yankee Folly Cidery
Nine Pin Cider
Taconic Distillery
SnapDragon Apples
Naked Dove Brewing Company
... and more!

Presented by NYCEDC. Sponsored by RubyFrost Apples & SnapDragon Apples.

Additional info at fultonstallmarket.org/events.

Experience the magic of the New York City Public Markets for yourself! Check out the below for info on guided tours to some of these historic spots.

ESSEX MARKET: Turnstile Tours - This tasting exploration showcases the vendors o the Lower East Side's Essex Market in its new, bustling facility home to over 40 vendors. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

LES.nyc - On this 90-minute walking and tasting tour, we will visit with 6-8 vendors, enjoy generous tastings of their delicious food, and learn about the role the market has played in the evolution of their businesses. Call for more info at (917) 881-7096.

Kornblit Tours - Walk through the neighborhoods where it all began for millions of people and learn about how they lived, how they earned a living, what they ate, and where they shopped. Call for more info at (201) 394-1728.

ARTHUR AVE RETAIL MARKET: Urban Adventures (Private Tour) - Head out on a walking tour of Arthur Ave and 187th Street where you'll visit butchers, bakers, and cheese shops, as well as the famous Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Call for more info at (347) 878-8444.

Arthur Ave Food Tours - Discover Little Italy in the Bronx and the best Italian restaurants and historic food shops outside of Italy. Call for more info at (718) 618-6264.

MOORE ST. MARKET: Turnstile Tours (Private Tour) - From farms to pushcarts to public markets, this 2-hour walking and tasting tour explores historical aspects of New York’s food system and the influence of Caribbean and Latin American cultures and cuisines on the past and present of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

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Holiday Baking Class | Salted Caramel Apple Pie
Nov
9
2:00 PM14:00

Holiday Baking Class | Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Learn how to make an American classic apple pie for the holidays!

Fulton Stall Market and Blondery invite you to an afternoon of fall baking with pastry chef, Auzerais. Come learn how to make her version of the American classic apple pie. No previous baking skills required! Receive step-by-step instructions while you make, roll out, and shape the Pate Brisee dough and apple filling recipes so you can leave with the materials to re-create your own pie at home. Perfect prep right before the holidays!

Apple pie from Blondery and assorted beverages from the farmers market will be served during the class in FSM's upstairs event space.

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holiday-baking-class-salted-caramel-apple-pie-tickets-75974633173

About :

Auzerais previously served as pastry sous-chef at Bouchon Bakery, Executive pastry chef at Pies -N- Thighs and Alain Ducasse’s Benoit Bistro before founding Blondery. She has staged at Michelin star restaurants such as Per Se, French Laundry, and Daniel.

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Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & Ghost Funk Orchestra on Pier 17!
Nov
10
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & Ghost Funk Orchestra on Pier 17!

A farmers market at Pier 17 (South Street Seaport District) with live music by the psychedelic-soul music collective, Ghost Funk Orchestra!

About this Event

The Fulton Stall Market’s Outdoor Market is happening this Sunday (and every Sunday until November 24th) outside on Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.

Now in its fifth year, the nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs.

Market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski Farm, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Spice Grove, Amuse Pooch, Brittle and Beyond, Kitchen 36, Bennett’s Deli, SD Sauce, Smooth Pops and more!

The psychedelic-soul music collective, Ghost Funk Orchestra, will be performing from 1pm-3pm!

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.


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Cooking Class | Homemade Traditional Northern Chinese Dumplings
Nov
10
3:00 PM15:00

Cooking Class | Homemade Traditional Northern Chinese Dumplings

Learn how to make traditional northern Chinese dumplings from scratch!

About this Event

Traditionally a festival only delicacy, Jiaozi, or commonly known as Chinese dumpling, is always shared among family members or a large group of people, making it one of the perfect party dishes. Siyu, the instructor of the workshop, loves to share his dumpling making skills he learned from home with his friends and colleagues, and he also makes it one of his go-to team-building activities.

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cooking-class-homemade-traditional-northern-chinese-dumplings-tickets-75971570011

What you will learn in this workshop: This is going to be the "no-frills, all skills" experience where you will be learning how to make Northern Chinese dumplings at home from scratch, which includes:

· How to make your own dough and how to roll those wraps (which is better than any “premium-quality” wraps bought from store.)

· Siyu’s personal recipes for stuffing which he thinks beat his parents’.

· “The easiest way” to wrap the dumplings, “an efficient way” to wrap them, and more creative ways where your imagination might help us expand our horizon.

· How to fry and boil them.

· How to store the extra dumplings for future meals.

· … and MORE!

At the end of the workshop, we will be enjoying our own creations so bring your culinary curiosity along, have some great food and a lot of fun!

Note on Dietary Restriction: Pork and Chive, Egg and Chive (Vegetarian) will be served as stuffing but other recipes will be provided. The dumplings are NOT gluten-free.

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cooking-class-homemade-traditional-northern-chinese-dumplings-tickets-75971570011

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New York City Public Markets Festival
Dec
8
11:00 AM11:00

New York City Public Markets Festival

Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's public markets and their unique local producers at a New York City Public Markets Festival. This FREE market showcase will take place in the historic Seaport District NYC. Come out from 11am - 5pm on December 8th to sample the food and cultures of NYC's public markets and local NYS craft beverages.

Producers featured: Mama Margarita Salsa, MAHA CHOCOLATE, The Kittyrose Lyfestyle, Maryam's Yum Yum, TURKO’s GRILL, Sweet Carolina Pies, Torie's Treasures, Elma's in Harlem,A Cake Baked in Brooklyn, Porto Rico Importing Company, Taste of Taylor Catering,llc, Liberation Cuisine, Cenkali Products, Karen's Goodness, Port Morris Distillery, Turnstile Tours, Zuckerman Tours, EscapeMaker.com, Prohibition Distillery, Yankee Folly Cidery, Nine Pin Cider, Taconic Distillery, Finger Lakes Distilling, SnapDragon Apples, Naked Dove Brewing Company ...and more!

Presented by NYCEDC. Sponsored by RubyFrost Apples & SnapDragon Apples.

Additional info at fultonstallmarket.org/events.

Experience the magic of the New York City Public Markets for yourself! Check out the below for info on guided tours to some of these historic spots.

ESSEX MARKET: Turnstile Tours - This tasting exploration showcases the vendors o the Lower East Side's Essex Market in its new, bustling facility home to over 40 vendors. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

LES.nyc - On this 90-minute walking and tasting tour, we will visit with 6-8 vendors, enjoy generous tastings of their delicious food, and learn about the role the market has played in the evolution of their businesses. Call for more info at (917) 881-7096.

Kornblit Tours - Walk through the neighborhoods where it all began for millions of people and learn about how they lived, how they earned a living, what they ate, and where they shopped. Call for more info at (201) 394-1728.

ARTHUR AVE RETAIL MARKET: Urban Adventures (Private Tour) - Head out on a walking tour of Arthur Ave and 187th Street where you'll visit butchers, bakers, and cheese shops, as well as the famous Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Call for more info at (347) 878-8444.

Arthur Ave Food Tours - Discover Little Italy in the Bronx and the best Italian restaurants and historic food shops outside of Italy. Call for more info at (718) 618-6264.

MOORE ST. MARKET: Turnstile Tours (Private Tour) - From farms to pushcarts to public markets, this 2-hour walking and tasting tour explores historical aspects of New York’s food system and the influence of Caribbean and Latin American cultures and cuisines on the past and present of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

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New York City Public Markets Festival
Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

New York City Public Markets Festival

Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's public markets and their unique local producers at a New York City Public Markets Festival. This FREE market showcase will take place on three Sundays this fall in the historic Seaport District NYC. Come out from 11am - 5pm on October 13th, November 3rd and December 8th to sample the food and cultures of NYC's public markets and local NYS craft beverages.

In addition to the festivals, dive deeper into the local offerings of NYC's markets at the Market Taste & Talk series. Learn about NYC public markets, sip NYC craft beverages and enjoy unique foods from the producers at Essex, Arthur Ave., La Marqueta and Moore St. Markets. Tuesdays, October 22, November 12, December 10, December 17 at Fulton Stall Market in the Seaport District. 6:00 - 8:30pm. $25pp.

Producers featured: Mama Margarita Salsa, The Kittyrose Lyfestyle, Cornel's Catering Co. Inc., Maryam's Yum Yum, TURKO’s GRILL, Elma's in Harlem, The Egg Roll Queen, A Cake Baked in Brooklyn, Porto Rico Importing Company, Nine Pin Cider, EscapeMaker.com, Yankee Folly Cidery, MYSTO MEAD, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Taconic Distillery...and more!

Presented by NYCEDC. Sponsored by RubyFrost Apples & SnapDragon Apples.

Additional info at fultonstallmarket.org/events.

Experience the magic of the New York City Public Markets for yourself! Check out the below for info on guided tours to some of these historic spots.

ESSEX MARKET: Turnstile Tours - This tasting exploration showcases the vendors o the Lower East Side's Essex Market in its new, bustling facility home to over 40 vendors. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

LES.nyc - On this 90-minute walking and tasting tour, we will visit with 6-8 vendors, enjoy generous tastings of their delicious food, and learn about the role the market has played in the evolution of their businesses. Call for more info at (917) 881-7096.

Kornblit Tours - Walk through the neighborhoods where it all began for millions of people and learn about how they lived, how they earned a living, what they ate, and where they shopped. Call for more info at (201) 394-1728.

ARTHUR AVE RETAIL MARKET: Urban Adventures (Private Tour) - Head out on a walking tour of Arthur Ave and 187th Street where you'll visit butchers, bakers, and cheese shops, as well as the famous Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Call for more info at (347) 878-8444.

Arthur Ave Food Tours - Discover Little Italy in the Bronx and the best Italian restaurants and historic food shops outside of Italy. Call for more info at (718) 618-6264.

MOORE ST. MARKET: Turnstile Tours (Private Tour) - From farms to pushcarts to public markets, this 2-hour walking and tasting tour explores historical aspects of New York’s food system and the influence of Caribbean and Latin American cultures and cuisines on the past and present of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Call for more info at (347) 903-8687.

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Cooking Class | Homemade Traditional Northern Chinese Dumplings
Oct
8
6:30 PM18:30

Cooking Class | Homemade Traditional Northern Chinese Dumplings

Traditionally a festival only delicacy, Jiaozi, or commonly known as Chinese dumpling, is always shared among family members or a large group of people, making it one of the perfect party dishes. Siyu, the instructor of the workshop, loves to share his dumpling making skills he learned from home with his friends and colleagues, and he also makes it one of his go-to team-building activities.

Register here.

What you will learn in this workshop: This is going to be the "no-frills, all skills" experience where you will be learning how to make Northern Chinese dumplings at home from scratch, which includes:
· How to make your own dough and how to roll those wraps (which is better than any “premium-quality” wraps bought from store.)
· Siyu’s personal recipes for stuffing which he thinks beat his parents’.
· “The easiest way” to wrap the dumplings, “an efficient way” to wrap them, and more creative ways where your imagination might help us expand our horizon.
· How to fry and boil them.
· How to store the extra dumplings for future meals.
· … and MORE!

At the end of the workshop, we will be enjoying our own creations so bring your culinary curiosity along, have some great food and a lot of fun!

Register here.

Note on Dietary Restriction: Pork and Chive, Egg and Chive (Vegetarian) will be served as stuffing but other recipes will be provided. The dumplings are NOT gluten-free.

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Sunday Farmers Market & American Folk Band, Mississippi Cotten, on Pier 17!
Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Farmers Market & American Folk Band, Mississippi Cotten, on Pier 17!

A farmers market at Pier 17 (South Street Seaport District) with live music by the American folk band, Mississippi Cotten!

About this Event

The Fulton Stall Market’s Outdoor Market is happening this Sunday (and every Sunday until November 24th) outside on Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.

Now in its fifth year, the nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs.

Market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski Farm, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Spice Grove, Amuse Pooch, Brittle and Beyond, Kitchen 36, Bennett’s Deli, SD Sauce, Smooth Pops and more!

The American folk band , Mississippi Cotten, will be performing from 1pm-3pm!

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.

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EscapeMaker.com's 5th Annual Applepalooza
Sep
29
11:00 AM11:00

EscapeMaker.com's 5th Annual Applepalooza

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Presented by New York Apples!!

Let’s celebrate the coming of fall foliage, fruiting orchards and autumnal goodness! What better way than with all things APPLE! EscapeMaker.com, New York’s premiere guide to local getaways, day trips and farm escapes, will host its 5th Annual “Applepalooza” in conjunction with Fulton Stall Market’s Sunday farmers market at Pier 17.

Sunday, September 29th from 11:00am - 5:00pm

FREE! ALL AGES! Gather info on where to go apple picking and visit cidery, winery and craft beverage tasting rooms! Book day trip Dutchess Tourism, Inc. Farm Fresh apple picking and corn maze tours from EscapeMaker.com. Participate in cider donut eating contests! Purchase and taste products from NYS craft beverage producers and artisanal products from Fulton Stall Market producers.

Additional vendors include: Breezy Hill Orchard, Stone Ridge Orchard, Rogowski Farm Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Olde York Farm: Distillery & Cooperage, Prohibition Distillery, Finger Lakes Distilling, Taconic Distillery, Nine Pin Cider, MYSTO MEAD, Naked Dove Brewing Company...

Check back soon for updates on more vendors...

Sponsored by MTA Metro-North Railroad, Edible Manhattan and Heritage Radio Network!

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Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & the Synth-Pop Trio, Couch Prints, on Pier 17! FREE
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & the Synth-Pop Trio, Couch Prints, on Pier 17! FREE

A farmers market at Pier 17 (South Street Seaport District) with live music by the synth-pop trio, Couch Prints!

About this Event

The Fulton Stall Market’s Outdoor Market is happening this Sunday (and every Sunday until November 24th) outside on Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.

Now in its fifth year, the nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs.

Market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski Farm, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Spice Grove, Amuse Pooch, Brittle and Beyond, Kitchen 36, Bennett’s Deli, SD Sauce, Smooth Pops and more!

The synth-pop trio, Couch Prints, will be performing from 1pm-3pm!

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.


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Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & the Indie Rock Band, The Lo-Fi's, on Pier 17!
Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market & the Indie Rock Band, The Lo-Fi's, on Pier 17!

A farmers market at Pier 17 (South Street Seaport District) with live music by the indie rock band, The Lo-Fi's!

About this Event

The Fulton Stall Market’s Outdoor Market is happening this Sunday (and every Sunday until November 24th) outside on Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.

Now in its fifth year, the nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs.

Market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski Farm, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Spice Grove, Amuse Pooch, Brittle and Beyond, Kitchen 36, Bennett’s Deli, SD Sauce, Smooth Pops and more!

The indie rock band, The Lo-Fi's, will be performing from 1pm-3pm!

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.


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Pantry Party | Pickles + Shrubs
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Pantry Party | Pickles + Shrubs

With summer’s sun comes market baskets overflowing with local fruits and vegetables. Have you ever thought of preserving a little piece of summer for winter? Then look no further. Join professional preserver and chef Diana Egnatz for an evening all about vinegar! Learn how to pickle your favorite summer fruits and veggies, how to liven your summer drinks with shrubs (a concentrate of fruit, sugar, and vinegar), and also how to incorporate these pantry items into your everyday cooking.

On the agenda: home canning safety basics, ingredient prep, cooking methods, and how to develop a recipe/ratio using your own produce later at home. Each student will learn how to make a savory pickle, sweet pickle, and fruit shrub all utilizing regional in season produce. Everyone have a jar of each preserve to take home along with a kitchen field guide with recipes and pairing suggestions!

Purchase tickets here

** Tickets are transferable but non-refundable and will be considered a charitable donation to the market if unused.

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Homemade Chinese Dumplings Making Workshop
Aug
21
6:30 PM18:30

Homemade Chinese Dumplings Making Workshop

Traditionally a festival only delicacy, Jiaozi, or commonly known as Chinese dumpling, is always shared among family members or a large group of people, making it a perfect party dish. Siyu, the instructor of the workshop, loves to share his dumpling making skills he learned from home with his friends and colleagues, which is also one of his go-to team-building activities.

In this workshop, we will be learning how to make traditional northern Chinese dumplings from scratch, including how to make the wraps and the stuffing, and 3 different ways of wrapping them. We will also be enjoying our own creations after a demonstration of how to boil and fry them.

Basic cooking skills like how to use a knife is preferred but not necessary. Just bring your culinary curiosity along and have some fun!

Please purchase tickets here.

Note on Dietary Restriction: Pork and Chive, Egg and Chive (Vegetarian) will be served as stuffing but other recipes will also be provided. The dumplings are NOT gluten-free.

Please purchase tickets here.

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Hot Sauceology with Pepplish Provisions
Aug
14
6:00 PM18:00

Hot Sauceology with Pepplish Provisions

Join us at Fulton Stall Market where Tim from Pepplish will drop some knowledge on the science and art of making hot sauce while creating your very own batch yourself. This two hour workshop will demystify the process of making hot sauce, or any other shelf stable jarred food products. And what better way to test out your delectable, spicy creation on some food? So, there will be food and refreshments (for those of you who may need to cool down) served during the workshop.

Purchase tickets here

** Tickets are transferable but non-refundable and will be considered a charitable donation to the market if unused.

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Adirondacks & 1000 Islands Festival
Aug
11
11:00 AM11:00

Adirondacks & 1000 Islands Festival

Take a break from the summer inferno to taste the ice cold craft beverages and farm fresh food of  the Adirondacks and Thousand Islands Regions of Upstate New York!

The event is FREE! There will be live music by the foot-stompin' Good Morning Nags and Adirondack-themed craft sessions for kids by Private Picassos and The Craft Studio - Tribeca, camping and hiking demos by Fjallraven Soho, craft beverage & wine tastings
and live ice carving by Jimmy Chiappa - ice sculpture specialist!

STAGE PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE:
11am-11:35am - The Good Morning Nags Music
11:40-11:55 - Tapatree Maple Tasting & Talk
12:00-12:20 - Ice Carving Demo - Jimmy Chiappa
12:25-1:05 - The Good Morning Nags Music
1:10-1:25 - Essex Farm Tasting & Talk
1:30-2:00 - The Good Morning Nags Music
2:05-2:30 - Ice Carving Demo - Jimmy Chiappa
2:30-2:45 - Black River Natural Butter Tasting & Talk
2:50-3:10 - The Good Morning Nags Music
3:15-3:30 - Goat's Milk Gelato Tasting & Talk
3:35-3:55 - The Good Morning Nags Music
4:00-4:15 - Lyndaker Maple Tasting & Talk
4:20-5:00 - The Good Morning Nags Music

40+ farmers & producers will converge on Piers 16 & 17 in the Seaport District
to offer samples and sales of their wine, cider, spirits, maple, cheese and other regional delicacies in tandem with Fulton Stall Market’s regular outdoor farmers market. Taste, learn and get inspired to take a weekend getaway to their regions for harvest season and for the spectacular fall foliage ...or go in the winter for ski season and to explore the craft beverage trails!

This event is brought to you by Visit Adirondacks, Visit1000Islands.com, Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations of North Country, Development Authority of the North Country, EscapeMaker.com and Fulton Stall Market.

Scheduled food, wine and craft beverage producers include: 4 Maples Vineyard, Adirondack Beef Company, Black River Valley Natural, Busted Grapes Winery, Chet Lyndaker and Family Maple Products, Essex Farm, Hidden Pastures Dairy, Lake Placid Spirits, Moser’s Maple, Nettle Meadow, Saint Lawrence Spirits Chateau, , Tug Hill Vineyards, Zoar Tapatree Syrup Co. alongside regular Fulton Stall Market producers which include: Spice Grove, Tata Mischa Bakery, SD Sauce, Mysto Mead, Pure Peppers. Pudding Pan Desserts, Kitchen 36, Amuse Pooch, Brittle & Beyond, Brooklyn Roasting, Bon-Biotea, Smooth Pops, Jess Puddin, Lorna's Natural, Olde Yorke Farms Distillery, Hattwood Sauce, 5 Island, Bennett's Deli, Bleuet Farm, Empire Cider, Breezy Hill Orchard, Hudson Valley Farm House Cider, The Cider Lab, Nine Pin Cider, Prohibition Distillery, The Cider Lab, Rogowski Farm!

The event is FREE for all ages to attend / 21+ to sample
MORE INFO HERE: www.escapemaker.com

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Farmer & Butcher Workshop: Pig Butchering Demo
Jul
17
6:30 PM18:30

Farmer & Butcher Workshop: Pig Butchering Demo

John Agostinho, Head Farmer at Fat Apple Farm, and Paul Servideo, Butcher Extraordinaire are coming to Fulton Stall Market to share more about the process of raising and breaking down pasture raised pork on Wednesday, July 17th 6:30pm-8:00pm. Discover more about where cuts come from, why what pigs eat is important, and all the ways you can enjoy this special meat. Get ready to be amazed at what you will learn and the inspiration you take away to your own kitchens. Samples will be provided for tasting and product available to purchase. Limit to 20 guests.

Admission is free, but RSVP is required!

If you can't make it to the workshop, plan a weekend getaway to visit Fat Apple Farm in person this Columbus Day Weekend! Stay overnight on the farm (located in Columbia County -- only 2 hours from NYC) and enjoy the fresh air, delicious food, demos and the breathtaking bucolic views! Ticket details coming soon at https://fatapple.farm/.

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Slow Money's "Good Food Spotlight"
Jul
15
6:30 PM18:30

Slow Money's "Good Food Spotlight"

Join us for the July 2019 Good Food Spotlight, presented by Slow Money NYC at Fulton Stall Market.

At this interactive food business event, entrepreneurs share business challenges and gain feedback from a panel of food business investors and experts. Audience members get to weigh in as well. Mingle and network with others who care about good food business success.

Spotlight agenda:

6:30 p.m. Doors open, Networking

7:00 p.m. Community announcements + introductions

7:10 p.m. Presentations

8:15 p.m. Networking

9:00 p.m. Doors close

Directions:

91 South St., between Fulton & John Sts., Seaport District, Manhattan.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email Slow Money at info@slowmoneynyc.org.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, just tell us at the name of the ticket holder at the door. Tickets are also available for purchase at the door (via your mobile phone).

Pricing: $20

A note on pricing:

Slow Money’s committed to ensuring folks from all backgrounds and communities are able to attend this event. If the ticket price proves a barrier to your participation, please email Slow Money at info@slowmoneynyc.org and they’ll work to connect you with scholarship funds.

Purchase tickets here

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Fresh from the Farmers Market (FREE)
Jun
20
6:00 PM18:00

Fresh from the Farmers Market (FREE)

Do you ever feel like there’s one thing you don’t know what to do with in your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) box? Or that you get in a food rut with certain ingredients week after week?

Come learn with us at Fulton Stall Market's CSA night! Professional preserver and chef, Diana Egnatz, will walk you through interesting recipes you can quickly and easily create at home to push your farm share to the next level! You are invited to spend a half hour with Diana learning interesting ways to use in season produce. Not only will she demonstrate how to cook and store your fruits and vegetables, but will offer inspiration for your own culinary adventures.


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Ithaca Craft Beverage Fest
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

Ithaca Craft Beverage Fest

Sample Ithaca's craft cider, artisan products, culinary bounty & farm-to-fork scene! Get inspired to visit this "gorges" city in the Finger Lakes Region of NY. Presented by Ithaca is Gorges (Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism) and EscapeMaker.com. Fun and free for all ages! 21+ to sample.

Sample cider, wine, beer, mead, cheese, honey, local charcuterie and more! Vendors include The Piggery Grisamore Cider Works Eve's Cidery South Hill Cider Black Diamond Cider Ithaca Beer Co. Ithaca Honey Works Little Leaf Meadworks Lively Run Dairy Six Mile Creek Vineyard Sapsquatch pure maple syrup Beverly Anne Designs Bet the Farm Winery Ports of New York Winery maivino Laughing Goat Fiber Head + Heal Antithesis Foods and others.

While you're there, be sure to pick up info and discounts on round trip buses from NYC to Ithaca from OurBus. Gather information from Experience the Finger Lakes. Learn about visits to the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, which will be there sampling a handful of wines from the trail such as Buttonwood Grove Winery, Knapp Winery, Hosmer Winery, Lucas Vineyards, Montezuma Winery & Hidden Marsh Distillery, Toro Run Winery, Swedish Hill Winery, Goose Watch Winery on Cayuga Lake, NY, Americana Vineyards Winery, Varick Winery & Inn, Long Point Winery, Thirsty Owl Wine Company and more. You can also explore the Finger Lakes Cheese Trail with tastes from Engelbert Farms Store and Creamery Northland Sheep Dairy Crosswinds Farm & Creamery Muranda Cheese Company and Sunset View Creamery.

Enjoy Fulton Stall Market's regular Sunday outdoor farmers market, which will be held in conjunction with this special event! While you're in the area, be sure to tour the historic ships on Pier 16 and visit the South Street Seaport Museum.

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Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - June 8th FREE
Jun
8
10:30 AM10:30

Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - June 8th FREE

Bring your family together in the kitchen! For families with children ages 4-12. Taught by the award-wining FamilyCook Productions. Classes are taught in the Fulton Stall Market. Ticket availability is first-come, first served. Maximum class capacity is 24 participants. Please reserve 1 spot for each person (adults and children ages 4-12).

During these FREE lively hands-on cooking classes, your family will learn nutrition fundamentals that are fun and easy to understand, basic cooking skills and tools that engage adults and children alike, and multicultural vegetarian recipes that you can make at home. Most important - you and your family will bond by preparing a delicious, seasonal meal featuring locally grown ingredients from the Fulton Stall Market's farmers and producers.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-cooking-class-look-whos-cooking-june-8th-tickets-56681139815

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Pesto Making and Tastings from "Pesto: The Modern Mother Sauce" (FREE)
Jun
6
5:30 PM17:30

Pesto Making and Tastings from "Pesto: The Modern Mother Sauce" (FREE)

Join us for Leslie Lennox's book signing/demonstration and learn how to make different varieties of pestos and how you can incorporate it into your meals!

We'll use what's local and what's in season from our farmers at Fulton Stall Market to create a Surprise Pesto from Leslie Lennox's template in her new book "Pesto: The Modern Mother Sauce" that combines plants, garlic, nuts, cheese, seasoning, and oil.

"Pesto: The Modern Mother Sauce" features more than 90 kitchen-tested recipes from the founder of Hope’s Gardens, an award-winning artisanal pesto company in Atlanta, Georgia. Leslie Lennox shows us that pesto need not be limited to its original ingredients―and that creative pestos can serve as building blocks for flavorful dishes, just like any good “mother sauce.”

RSVP here

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Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - May 11th FREE
May
11
10:30 AM10:30

Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - May 11th FREE

Bring your family together in the kitchen! For families with children ages 4-12. Taught by the award-wining FamilyCook Productions. Classes are taught in the Fulton Stall Market. Ticket availability is first-come, first served. Maximum class capacity is 24 participants. Please reserve 1 spot for each person (adults and children ages 4-12).

During these FREE lively hands-on cooking classes, your family will learn nutrition fundamentals that are fun and easy to understand, basic cooking skills and tools that engage adults and children alike, and multicultural vegetarian recipes that you can make at home. Most important - you and your family will bond by preparing a delicious, seasonal meal featuring locally grown ingredients from the Fulton Stall Market's farmers and producers.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-cooking-class-look-whos-cooking-may-11th-free-tickets-56680407625

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Free Grilled Cheese Day!
May
1
11:00 AM11:00

Free Grilled Cheese Day!

Stop by Fulton Stall Market on Wednesday, May 1st for a special tasting event! Snack on free pimento grilled cheese sandwich bites brought to you by Cabot Creamery Co-operative!

While you're there, shop the market for local spring produce, artisan pantry items, farm fresh baked goods, meat and more! And get inspired to plan your next weekend getaway to Vermont Tourism, where Cabot Creamery Co-operative is located, and other gorgeous regions just outside New York City.

Swing by any time from 11:00am - 3:00pm!

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Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market OPENING on Pier 17
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market OPENING on Pier 17

The Fulton Stall Market’s Sunday Outdoor Market re-opens for the season on Sunday, April 28 from 11 AM-5 PM on the new Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.

 

Now in its fifth year, the plucky nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs, many of them women, and sample & purchase their wares.

 

Opening market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski FarmHudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, K’s Jams, Bon et Bio TeaSweet Vegan, Spice GroveAmuse PoochForward Roots,Paulista AvenueBrittle and BeyondChampagne TeaPepplish ProvisionsKitchen 36,  Bushwick Sauce, and Byrdfood.

The seasons kickoff will include music performances beginning at 1PM.  Fruit & Flowers is a local NYC surf rock band that “tele-ports us back to the days of American psych bands of the late 80’s”.  Cherch, a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist & recording artist best known for his work in The Bottom Dollars and Deathrow Tull. 

Popular Seaport District restaurant/bar Fresh Salt will inaugurate the market’s series of local chef appearances showcasing the neighborhood’s diverse fare, soon to include the Pier 17’s Jean-Georges and Malibu Farm. Noted local photographer Barbara Mensch will display her latest book exploring the Brooklyn Bridge and its creators, “In the Shadow of Genius”.

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.

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Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - April 27
Apr
27
10:30 AM10:30

Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - April 27

Bring your family together in the kitchen! For families with children ages 4-12. Taught by the award-wining FamilyCook Productions. Classes are taught in the Fulton Stall Market. Ticket availability is first-come, first served. Maximum class capacity is 24 participants. Please reserve 1 spot for each person (adults and children ages 4-12).

During these FREE lively hands-on cooking classes, your family will learn nutrition fundamentals that are fun and easy to understand, basic cooking skills and tools that engage adults and children alike, and multicultural vegetarian recipes that you can make at home. Most important - you and your family will bond by preparing a delicious, seasonal meal featuring locally grown ingredients from the Fulton Stall Market's farmers and producers.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/copy-of-family-cooking-class-look-whos-cooking-april-27th-free-tickets-56679764702

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Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - March 23rd FREE
Mar
23
10:30 AM10:30

Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - March 23rd FREE

Bring your family together in the kitchen! For families with children ages 4-12. Taught by the award-wining FamilyCook Productions. Classes are taught in the Fulton Stall Market. Ticket availability is first-come, first served. Maximum class capacity is 24 participants. Please reserve 1 spot for each person (adults and children ages 4-12).

During these FREE lively hands-on cooking classes, your family will learn nutrition fundamentals that are fun and easy to understand, basic cooking skills and tools that engage adults and children alike, and multicultural vegetarian recipes that you can make at home. Most important - you and your family will bond by preparing a delicious, seasonal meal featuring locally grown ingredients from the Fulton Stall Market's farmers and producers.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-cooking-class-look-whos-cooking-march-23rd-free-registration-56677463820

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Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - March 2nd FREE
Mar
2
10:30 AM10:30

Family Cooking Class: Look Who’s Cooking - March 2nd FREE

Bring your family together in the kitchen! For families with children ages 4-12. Taught by the award-wining FamilyCook Productions. Classes are taught in the Fulton Stall Market. Ticket availability is first-come, first served. Maximim class capacity is 24 participants. Please reserve 1 spot for each person (adults and children ages 4-12).

During these FREE lively hands-on cooking classes, your family will learn nutrition fundamentals that are fun and easy to understand, basic cooking skills and tools that engage adults and children alike, and multicultural vegetarian recipes that you can make at home. Most important - you and your family will bond by preparing a delicious, seasonal meal featuring locally grown ingredients from the Fulton Stall Market's farmers and producers.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-cooking-class-look-whos-cooking-march-2nd-free-tickets-56676616285

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EscapeMaker.com's Applepalooza + Craft Wine, Cider & Beverage Fest
Sep
30
11:00 AM11:00

EscapeMaker.com's Applepalooza + Craft Wine, Cider & Beverage Fest

Let's celebrate the coming of fall foliage, fruiting orchards and autumnal goodness! What better way than with all things APPLE! EscapeMaker.com, New York’s premiere guide to local getaways, day trips and farm escapes, will host its 4th Annual “Applepalooza” presented by the New York Apple Association in conjunction with Fulton Stall Market’s Sunday farmers market at Pier 16 & 17. 

Sunday, September 30th from 11:00am - 5:30pm

FREE! ALL AGES!

This year’s event, “Applepalooza + Craft Wine, Cider and Beverage Fest” will celebrate New York State-grown apples and farm-made apple products including fresh-pressed New York cider, hard cider, pies and cider donuts, as well as local wines from the nearby Shawangunk Wine Trail, and other New York state craft beverages. Wineries like Whitecliff VineyardGlorie Farm WineryPalaia WineryBrotherhood, America's Oldest Winery (established in 1839) and cider and craft beverage makers like Hudson Valley Farmhouse CiderNine Pin CiderDoc's Draft Hard CiderCatskill Distilling CompanyMYSTO MEAD, The Cider Lab, Fishkill FarmsBrooklyn Cider HouseTaconic DistilleryHudson Valley Farmhouse CiderCall Me Caramel and more will be sampling, selling by the bottle, and sharing local knowledge about their spectacular fall harvest destinations and events to prospective visitors. 

Fulton Stall Market’s regular Sunday farmers market on Pier 17 plaza will be in full swing, and Applepalooza attendees can stock up on fall harvest season fruits and vegetables, specialty fruit preserves, baked goods, artisanal sauces, local honey wine, and much more! The South Street Seaport Museum will be on hand with information about the fascinating historic ships docked at Pier 16, museum exhibits and events and guided tours for both first-timers and old-timers rediscovering the Seaport District NYC

This free farmers market event is a family-friendly fall celebration with live music! There will be fresh apples aplenty, apple treats to sample, games and cider donut-eating contests for all ages. Attendees 21 or over will be able to sample and purchase (by the bottle) a wide range of craft beverages from Hudson Valley wineries and other craft beverage producers. 

EscapeMaker.com will be providing general agritourism information about:

- The farm trail of Westchester County in the Hudson Valley
- Hands-on farm escapes, markets and hot craft beverage spots in Ithaca is Gorges (Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism) in the Finger Lakes
- Craft beverage trails and local food excursions in Visit Central New Yorkand the Sullivan Catskills
- Pick-your-own apple and farm animal feeding fall tours to Dutchess Tourism, Inc.– by direct bus from Midtown and train via Metro-North Railroad.

The event is presented by the New York Apples and Fulton Stall Market and sponsored by Hudson Valley Wine MagazineShawangunk Wine TrailNew York Cider AssociationMetro-North RailroadEdible Magazine with support from the South Street Seaport Museum.

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Resilience in Food Businesses
Sep
18
6:30 PM18:30

Resilience in Food Businesses

Please join us for a panel discussion on the power of resilience in small-scale food business, featuring Emily Elsen, founder of Four & Twenty Blackbirds, and Hawa Hassan, founder of Basbaas Sauce. Moderated by Robin Puskas of New York Kitchen Company.

Locally sourced snacks will be served, including Basbaas Sauce and seasonal vegetables, Anthony Road Wine Co. wine, Hudson Valley Farmhouse hard cider, Om Champagne Tea kombucha, and Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie.

Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite.

 

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EscapeMaker's Local Food, Cider & Spirits Eve - Fulton Stall Market Fundraiser
Mar
15
6:00 PM18:00

EscapeMaker's Local Food, Cider & Spirits Eve - Fulton Stall Market Fundraiser

EscapeMaker is hosting a series of local food and craft beverage tasting showcases inside Fulton Stall Market as a fundraiser to benefit the shop and invite the Seaport District community to discover the market open daily (11am-6:00pm), and its CSA.

To celebrate their Plate & Escape blog series, which launched in the fall of 2017, the EscapeMaker team is bringing together local farmers and producers, along with their artisanal sips and bites, to inspire guests to visit these hard-working and impressive artisans in action at their farms and destinations upstate and around the Northeast region. 

The 3 EVENTS in the series include:

Thursday, February 8th (6:00pm - 9:00pm): 
Local Food & Wine Tasting Evening Showcase - $49


Tuesday, February 27th (6:00pm - 9:00pm):
Local Food & Craft Beer Tasting Evening Showcase -$39

Thursday, March 15th (6:00pm - 9:00pm):
Local Food, Cider & Spirits Tasting Evening Showcase - $39

PURCHASE TICKETS TO FUNDRAISER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/escapemakercom-780730121
BUY THE WHOLE TASTING SERIES AT A DISCOUNT!

Cozy up to the bar and enjoy a wintry night filled with new tastes and live music! Each event will feature 6-8 food and beverage tastes from local producers, information on local vacations, like where to go apple picking and how to visit a farm! Attendees will have the opportunity to shop the market, network and start planning their spring escapes. Live folk music by Amos Rose.

70% of the ticket price includes a donation to Fulton Market Association, a non-profit 501c3 supporting local farms and producers. Admission includes drink and food samples from each of the stations, free local travel info and a goodie bag of locally produced artisanal samples.

Local agritourism destinations within a few hours of NYC represented include Dutchess Tourism, Inc. in the Hudson Valley, Sullivan Catskills and Great Western Catskills of Delaware County, Ithaca is Gorges (Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism) in the Finger Lakes, and more! 


March 15th showcase vendors include Blackduck Cidery, Tumino Cheese Company, Mama Lam's, Prohibition Distillery, Riss' Knishes, Union Grove Distillery, The Organic Olive Juice Company, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Deep Mountain Maple, Mapleland Farms and Sohha Savory. Plus, everyone leaves with a cookbook at a 2018 farm animals calendar!

Tickets are non-refundable but transferable. Your donation is tax deductible and we will provide you with a receipt.

PURCHASE TICKETS TO FUNDRAISER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/escapemakercom-780730121
BUY THE WHOLE TASTING SERIES AT A DISCOUNT!

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EscapeMaker's Local Food & Craft Beverage Eve - Fulton Stall Market Fundraiser
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

EscapeMaker's Local Food & Craft Beverage Eve - Fulton Stall Market Fundraiser

EscapeMaker is hosting a series of local food and craft beverage tasting showcases inside Fulton Stall Market as a fundraiser to benefit the shop and invite the Seaport District community to discover the market open daily (11am-6:00pm) and its CSA.

To celebrate their Plate & Escape blog series, which launched in the fall of 2017, the EscapeMaker team is bringing together local farmers and producers, along with their artisanal sips and bites, to inspire guests to visit these hard-working and impressive artisans in action at their farms and destinations upstate and around the Northeast region. 

The 3 EVENTS in the series include:

Thursday, February 8th (6:00pm - 9:00pm): 
Local Food & Wine Tasting Evening Showcase - $49


Tuesday, February 27th (6:00pm - 9:00pm):
Local Food & Craft Beer Tasting Evening Showcase -$39

Thursday, March 15th (6:00pm - 9:00pm):
Local Food, Cider & Spirits Tasting Evening Showcase - $39

PURCHASE TICKETS TO FUNDRAISER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/escapemakercom-780730121
BUY THE WHOLE TASTING SERIES AT A DISCOUNT!

Cozy up to the bar and enjoy a wintry night filled with new tastes and live music! Each event will feature 6-8 food and beverage tastes from local producers, information on local vacations, like where to go apple picking and how to visit a farm! Attendees will have the opportunity to shop the market, network and start planning their spring escapes. Live folk music by Amos Rose.

70% of the ticket price includes a donation to Fulton Market Association, a non-profit 501c3 supporting local farms and producers. Admission includes drink and food samples from each of the stations, free local travel info and a goodie bag of locally produced artisanal samples.

Local agritourism destinations within a few hours of NYC represented include Dutchess Tourism, Inc. in the Hudson Valley, Sullivan Catskills andGreat Western Catskills of Delaware CountyIthaca is Gorges (Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism) in the Finger Lakes, and more!

February 27th showcase vendors include Granola Lab Spread-mmms, LLC New Paltz Brewing Company Island to Island Brewery Beth's Farm Kitchen Catskill ProvisionsChampagne Tea The Tuck RoomThe Organic Olive Juice Company and more! Plus, everyone leaves with a cookbook at a 2018 farm animals calendar!

Tickets are non-refundable but transferable. Your donation is tax deductible and we will provide you with a receipt.

PURCHASE TICKETS TO FUNDRAISER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/escapemakercom-780730121
BUY THE WHOLE TASTING SERIES AT A DISCOUNT!

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