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DECEMBER 15 11am - 5pm



Wintermarket & *th Anniversary Celebration
On December 15, New Amsterdam Market will conclude the 2013 market season with our annual wintermarket holiday tradition; communal bell ringing. There will be over 60 regional food artisans, purveyors, market fare and handcrafted goods. From holiday wreaths, garlands, tools and ornaments for home decor to holiday treats, latkes, sweets, baked goods and gifts. Join us in celebrating New Amsterdam Market eighth anniversary celebration and in reviving the Old Fulton Fish Market.

1pm Holiday Garland Tutorial with Florist Emily Thompson
Free

New York florist Emily Thompson brings a wild, natural, and dramatic approach to floral design, using the abundance of the season in her designs. Emily likes to balance the uncultivated organic world with a sensibility both classical and contemporary.

Emily was raised in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, a place of uncompromising beauty that strongly influences her work. She studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy for the Arts, the University of Pennsylvania, and UCLA, where she earned her Masters of Fine Arts in sculpture. Her interest in sculpture eventually led her to the medium of flowers.

Emily Thompson Flowers began in 2006. Since then, she and her crew have designed events and galas for Moma, Lincoln Center, and most recently the Frick Collection’s Autumn Gala. In 2011, Emily was the guest designer for Christmas at the White House, where her designs included living gardens in the East Room.

Emily likes to cite William Gilpin, 18th century theorist of the picturesque, who directed builders of follies and artificial ruins to
do so as if these ruins were not designed but naturally chosen. What’s more, writes Gilpin, they must be in magnificent style. Emily’s work, like her ideal faux ruin, evokes nature in magnificent style.
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MARKET

FISH & SHELLFISH
Atlantic Cape Fisheries

Big City Fish Share
Maine Dayboat Scallops
W&T Seafood


WILD FOOD
Wild Food Gatherers Guild

PRODUCE
Breezy Hill Orchard
Myers Produce

Queens County Farm


BREAD & BAKED GOODS
Herbal Bread
Hot Bread Kitchen
Orwasher's Bakery
Nordic Breads
Pie Corps
Pistache NYC
Runner and Stone
Sweet Deliverance


CHEESE & DAIRY
Edgwick Farm
Kriemhild Dairy Farm
Saxelby Cheese
mongers
Sohha Savory Yogurt

Victory Garden

MEAT & POULTRY
Brooklyn Cured
Cherry Grove
Heather Ridge Farm
Mosefund Farm


FLORAL
Emily Thompson Flowers





VENDORS

DRY GOOD & CONFECTIONS
Amagansett Sea Salt
Cara Bella Olive Oil
Catskill Provisions
Farm to People
Ledgenear Farm
Liddabit Sweets
Little Wrinkles
Nuts+Nuts
Qupia
Spicy 'n Sweet
Sweet Silk
Taza Chocolate
Té Company


MARKET FARE

Back Forty
Dutch Diva
Great Performances
Kombucha Brooklyn
La Newyorkina
Lonestar Taco
Luke's Lobster
P&H Soda
Pushcart Coffee

Saucy by Nature

SPIRITS OF THE REGION
Enlightenment Wines
White Pike Whiskey


MERCANTILE
Brooklyn Butcher Blocks

Bowne Printers
Wilderness of Wish

FRIENDS OF THE MARKET
Edible Communities
Green Mountain Energy
Heritage Radio Network


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