Live music, low key art activities, new shopping, and new food! Come hang in the park on the 3rd to last event of our season.
Join us for a classic Hester Street Fair market as we celebrate our 10th year! Located at the historic Seward Park, the same spot where the very first pushcart market was born. Known for being the starting point of many businesses, we’re continuing on the legacy and supporting the best in NYC. Come down and hang with us to find a wide world of hand-tufted rugs, cannabis apparel, handmade jewelry, homemade empanadas, skate crews, and neon art.
Tuft Love Workshop! Learn about all the fundamentals of tufting with Tuft Love’s electric tufting machine. Our workshop starts with a demo which explains the fundamentals, the process, and the material. Get your hands on one of their machines or watch something cool be made right in front of your eyes.
Music provided by
The Britany’s – “Worst Band in Brooklyn” 😉
What’s on the menu
What’s better than coffee and baked goods on a Saturday morning?
For main dishes, get in line for CMartyMar’s jerk bbq or Selina’s Kitchen’s home-cooked meals from Bengal.
Berriez – Emma is bringing her plus-size vintage gems out once again! Very excited to have her back before the season ends. Find an amazing selection of dresses, tops, pants, skirts, bags, and shoes!
Chains by Lauren – Nomadic designer Lauren Noon is bringing us her handmade jewelry.
Grass is Greener – A full-service creative marketing agency representing brands and activists in the cannabis space founded by Sarah ElSayed. She partners with artists to create meaningful, chic designs, highlighting many facets of cannabis culture, and print these trinkets of culture locally.
Luni – Made in NYC, Luni takes inspiration from the love and background in Fashion and Cultural Anthropology. Her mission is to bring back feminine power through jewelry that is inspired by esoteric symbolism originating from our ancestors.
Madras Made – A kids brand that pays homage to family roots and the foundation of who we are. Seeking to provide high quality, simple, ethically made goods that are cultivated and produced in India, namely Madras.
Studio Sour – Returning to the fair since opening day, Anahita Bradberry is one of our favorite local neon-makers! Check out her home decor and pick up something different.
Full Vendor Line-Up
Aarre Shop, Arrngment, Atlantic Oaks Vintage, BabyPacs, Bak.d, Beba’s Kitchen, Berriez, Bleakstagram, Brett David Brand, Chains by Lauren, Chromeraa, City League Coffee Roasters, CmartyMar, Coin Art Jewelry, Colby Vintage Truck, Copper Cactus Vintage, Country Of, Cute Things for Cute People, David Sussman Design, Despierta, Empire Street Style, Emy Bee Creative, Family Ties, Farradas Knits, Filigree NYC, Future’s Market, Good Witch, Grass is Greener,Hatzumomo, HunnyDip, Ishipress, Katmama Accessories, Kreaky, Last Splash, Lee Lee & Cee Cee, Lisa, our Village Psychic, Luce Threads, Made In Jewelry, Made in NYC – Luni, Madras Made,Metal Mingle, Popped NYC, Potion CBD, Reckless Daughter, Reign Wala, Sarafine, Selina’s Kitchen, Sofia Ramsay Studio, Spicy, Studio Sour, Tribeca Trinkets, WaxBby