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Dec
1
Sat
Gowanus Holiday Flea Market @ Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club Boathouse Tickets
Dec 1 @ 12:00 pm – Dec 22 @ 4:30 pm
Gowanus Holiday Flea Market @ Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club Boathouse |  |  |

Come to the new Gowanus Holiday Flea Market! Indoors!
Saturdays, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22 – 12-4:30 pm.

Shop. Sell. Eat. Drink. Do Good. Children’s activities! Family-friendly, dog-friendly. FREE! Yes, vendors still welcome! Tables only $50

The new Gowanus Holiday Market gathers local makers indoors in a boathouse along the Gowanus Canal to offer unique and special gifts for loved ones. Enjoy a diverse collection of artisans and craft makers showcasing their works, many made in Gowanus and most made in Brooklyn.

Special kids arts activities, plus food and drink, and a student-run Hip2B Healthy Market!

Also featuring 27 Gowanus pioneering artists, most of whom have lived, worked and have been inspired by our Canal for many years will have small works for sales less than $150 on display.

Our artisans offer an array eco-friendly and natural gifts to wear, jewelry, items for the home, skin care and wellness, plus food and drink from local borough distilleries and holiday bakers. Children can make holiday decorations and we may even have cupcake decorating!

While you’re shopping, you’ll also do good because some of the profits will support the Gowanus Dredgers public canoeing programs, and Seeds in the Middle, empowering underserved students to create healthy places to live, like running Hip2B Healthy Markets. Your child can join us!

Gowanus Dredgers canoes stay on land during cold weather, but please stop by to enjoy our shoreline to enjoy this festive event that promotes local talent while benefiting worthy causes! Gowanus makers and kids need your support, and we will happily direct you to other worthy neighborhood venues following the flea for some pre-holiday merriment.

The Gowanus Holiday Flea opens December 1st from 12-4:30pm at the Dredgers Canoe Club Boathouse at 165 2nd St and will be open every Saturday through December 22nd.

The Gowanus Boathouse is just three blocks from the F/G train at Carroll Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

For more information: tastesofbrooklyn@gmail.com
See vendors at gowanuscanal.org/gowanus-holiday-flea

Vendors!! Artisans! Want to sell? Go to bit.ly/gowanusflea

Dec
16
Sun
Holiday Pop Up at the Park Slope Farmers Market @ Down to Earth Park Slope Farmers Market Tickets
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Holiday Pop Up at the Park Slope Farmers Market @ Down to Earth Park Slope Farmers Market |  |  |

For one day only, Down to Earth Markets will bring together a selection of our favorite local crafts and artisan spirits makers for a pop-up within the farmers market. Get ready for holiday entertaining and gift giving and support local makers all in one fun shopping event.

The Park Slope Farmers Market is open on Sundays year-round on 4th Street off 5th Avenue. Winter hours are 10am to 4pm.

Interested in selling your crafts? Please message us or info@downtoearthmarkets.com.

Dec
18
Tue
SlamJunk Presents: Miwi La Lupa | Joanna Sternberg @ Freddy's Bar Tickets
Dec 18 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
SlamJunk Presents: Miwi La Lupa | Joanna Sternberg @ Freddy's Bar |  |  |

Miwi La Lupa:

Song hound Miwi La Lupa is a dreamer, someone who’s human core is as gentle and endearing as his voice. In 2005, Miwi made it down the Hudson River from Buffalo to the city of New York, and a decade later, he has made impactful impressions as a singer-songwriter, a session musician and multi-instrumentalist.

Now in the spotlight with his solo endeavor, Miwi La Lupa and his wolf pack create melodies that stitch a seamless foundation for his wistful prose. The core band is built of NYC friends and comrades Tim Allen (guitar)​, Jesske Hume​ (b​ass and ​v​ocal​s) ​​​​and Conor Elmes​ (Drums).

Evolving from his familiarity with improvisational music, MiWi took a giant step into the world of folk with his 2014 debut album “A New Way Home” on Team Love Records. Mainly writing about the grief of a love that strayed too far, La Lupa was able to pull at the heartstrings and create an engulfing experience for all with his first studio album.

Miwi La Lupa approached the beginning of 2016 with a move to Omaha, Nebraska, a European tour with good friends Samuel Blatter, Big Harp, The Good Life, Dook Dootson and Roamer Extended, and the release of his 2016 sophomore album titled “Ended Up Making Love” on Team Love Records. ​ ​With a collaborative production effort from Mike Mogis and Conor Oberst the album was recorded in all of just 2 weeks at Arc Studios in Omaha, Nebraska and was mastered by Doug Van Sloun. When asked how it felt to be working with Mogis & Oberst, Miwi had all but one word to describe it: natural.

“Ended Up Making Love” is the product of a dive in the deep end that proved that not every end is a halting experience. Forbearing and truthful “Ended Up Making Love” sets Miwi up for a welcoming introduction to his third record titled “Beginner’s Guide”.
His ability to sonically envelop listeners comes from the innate need to tell a story.
Through relatable lyrics and catchy riffs, La Lupa continues his story with “Beginner’s Guide”.

“Beginner’s Guide” was released on September 26th, 2016 on Tiger Shrimp Records.

Joanna Sternberg:

I was born into a family of visual artists, comedians, singers, songwriters and actors on August 18th 1991 in New York City.

When I was a baby I would hum and sing and talk to myself. I still do these things. When I was a toddler I started making up my own weird songs and tried to play the piano. I started taking piano lessons when I was 5 and continued until I was 16. When I was 11 I taught myself how to play the guitar and the electric bass. I was obsessed with Motown Records, 60’s Rhythm and Blues, Rock N’ Roll, Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles. James Jamerson is the reason that I play bass. I thank my dad for introducing me to his playing.

When I was 13 I went to Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art. I started playing the double bass there and was hooked ever since. I studied with many awesome teachers and learned a lot. After LaGuardia I continued my double bass studies at Mannes College and The New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music. I started working professionally as a freelance double bassist at the age of 18.

When I was 18 I began drawing comics and cartoons. It was a therapeutic outlet that I desperately needed and will always need. I have been drawing since the age of 3. I am a firm believer in animism and using your imagination. I have always had imaginary friends and still do. When I was 20 I started to write songs about my “feelings.” It provided me with another outlet that I could use to perform for the public. I write songs that are designed to make people feel like they are not alone.

Today I am a freelance singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, and visual artist. I play the double bass, electric bass, guitar, piano, and human voice. I draw comics, cartoons, patterns, designs, illustrations, logos, concert posters, and anything else that someone may commission me to make or I may come up with. I do not like to think of music or any forms of art in genres or categories…I don’t even really like the word art because has the ability to make people feel bad about themselves (for example when people say “I am bad at art.”) I view it all as magical love that helps people heal. It also helps me heal every single day.

One of my favorite things is teaching, and I am accepting students that want to learn: double bass, electric bass, piano, guitar, drawing, comics, singing and songwriting!

Photo of Miwi La Lupa by: Monica Jane Frisell

Dec
21
Fri
Chow x Judaism @ Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) Tickets
Dec 21 all-day
Chow x Judaism @ Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) |  |  |

This holiday season, we wonder: Did Jews discover Chinese food on Christmas, or did Chinese restaurants discover Jewish customers?

Join MOFAD and special guests in this immersive culinary and cultural experience to learn more about how these two communities found a seat at the same table. Visitors will explore this rich topic through comedy and lively conversations, and gain insight into the ways in which the migrations of global communities influenced what is now an annual tradition in New York City and throughout the nation.

What to expect:
• Live Chef Demo by Chef Julie Cole (Operations Manager & Chef, Nom Wah Tea Parlor) and tastings prepared by MOFAD’s executive chef
• Engaging Presentation by Rabbi Joshua Eli Plaut (Author, A Kosher Christmas: ‘Tis the Season to Be Jewish)
• “Speed Dialogues” facilitated by comedians Mic Nguyen and Fumi Abe (Co-Hosts, Asian Not Asian podcast)
• Complimentary beer provided by Brooklyn Brewery
• A Kosher Chinese Night Market featuring small bites and Kosher wines

America boasts a culturally and ethnically diverse population, which gives way to amazing hybrids in an evolving culinary landscape. Be part of this phenomenal after-hours event, including a lively conversation kicked off by a hilariously irreverent comedy set and unexpected food and beverage pairings.

Doors open at 6:30 pm. Last call at 8:30. Tickets include museum admission, light bites prepared by MOFAD’s executive chef and other guests in our Culinary Studio and Kosher Chinese Night Market , and Brooklyn Brewery beer. Ages 21 and over. This program is part of our Chow x series.

Shabbat Shalom!

Dec
27
Thu
Brooklyn Winery 101 @ Brooklyn Winery Tickets
Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm
Brooklyn Winery 101 @ Brooklyn Winery |  |  |

See what’s happening behind-the-scenes at Brooklyn Winery! This tour will introduce you to Brooklyn Winery and the unique challenges of urban winemaking while giving you the opportunity to taste several of our best-selling wines. Perfect for novices and wine enthusiasts alike.

On select days we host intimate tours of our winery, followed by a curated tasting of a variety of Brooklyn Winery wines. The ticket price includes a tour followed by a curated wine tasting. Reserve your spot today.

Dec
29
Sat
New Year’s Eve Premium Open Bar at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ @ Brother Jimmy's BBQ Tickets
Dec 29 @ 9:00 pm – Dec 30 @ 2:00 am
New Year’s Eve Premium Open Bar at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ @ Brother Jimmy's BBQ |  |  |

Head to New York City’s favorite watering hole, Brother Jimmy’s, for a wild and festive New Year’s Eve celebration. This Murray Hill bar is known for lively and charming hospitality to New York City. This NYE, Brother Jimmy’s is serving up an incredible night of New Year’s excitement in the heart of NYC.

Indulge in some liquid spirit at the 5-hour premium open bar and break out your dance moves as a live DJ spins open format Top 40, Hip-Hop, House, and Mash-Ups. As midnight approaches, gear up for a roaring DJ-led countdown and ring in the New Year with a complimentary champagne toast and complimentary NYE party favors. Looking for a more luxurious experience? Choose from a selection of VIP packages for exclusive amenities like reserved table seating and bottle service.

Brother Jimmy’s in New York is a favorite local venue providing all your New Year’s needs. The folksy décor delivers a pleasant twist on your average NYC bar with string lights, neon signs, and rustic wood beams. This southern slice of home in the heart of New York City doubles as a nightlife staple and is a crowd-favorite among celebrities like Eli Manning, Nick Lachey, and Joey Fatone.

This New Year’s Eve, Brother Jimmy’s is your destination for a spirited New Year’s celebration to remember.

Jan
1
Tue
Free Live Music – Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant Tickets
Jan 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Free Live Music - Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant | New York | United States

Monthly Community Event & Open House!

Check us out the first Tuesday of every month between 7pm & 9pm as we celebrate our community.
Next one is WEDNESDAY December 2nd between 7pm & 9pm! Open Mic for :Local Live Musicians! Hope you can make it.
Happy Hour pricing all night on house-made cocktails, beer, wine, cheese & charcuterie!

Planning a wedding or private event? This is the perfect opportunity to explore the space, taste some delicious signature cocktails, mingle with our event manager & sample some goods from our favorite wedding vendors.

SlamJunk Presents: DJ Joe Crispiano (guitarist, The Dap Kings) @ Freddys Bar Tickets
Jan 1 @ 9:00 pm – Jan 2 @ 1:00 am
SlamJunk Presents: DJ Joe Crispiano (guitarist, The Dap Kings) @ Freddys Bar |  |  |

Joe Crispiano, “The Staten Island Soul Junkie”, brings his favorite soul 45s to Freddys and spins all night.

Feb
5
Tue
Free Live Music – Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant Tickets
Feb 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Free Live Music - Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant | New York | United States

Monthly Community Event & Open House!

Check us out the first Tuesday of every month between 7pm & 9pm as we celebrate our community.
Next one is WEDNESDAY December 2nd between 7pm & 9pm! Open Mic for :Local Live Musicians! Hope you can make it.
Happy Hour pricing all night on house-made cocktails, beer, wine, cheese & charcuterie!

Planning a wedding or private event? This is the perfect opportunity to explore the space, taste some delicious signature cocktails, mingle with our event manager & sample some goods from our favorite wedding vendors.

Mar
5
Tue
Free Live Music – Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant Tickets
Mar 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Free Live Music - Open Mic @ ICI Restaurant | New York | United States

Monthly Community Event & Open House!

Check us out the first Tuesday of every month between 7pm & 9pm as we celebrate our community.
Next one is WEDNESDAY December 2nd between 7pm & 9pm! Open Mic for :Local Live Musicians! Hope you can make it.
Happy Hour pricing all night on house-made cocktails, beer, wine, cheese & charcuterie!

Planning a wedding or private event? This is the perfect opportunity to explore the space, taste some delicious signature cocktails, mingle with our event manager & sample some goods from our favorite wedding vendors.

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