Holiday Popup Market at Church of the Heavenly Rest
Church of the Heavenly Rest has partnered with Union Settlement on initiatives that support disconnected youth, addresses food insecurity and assists minority-owned small businesses. They have connected our East Harlem restaurants to their pantry program, “granted” three East Harlem restaurants weekly meal preparation through their Nourishing Neighbors initiative, and now their congregation continues their commitment to diversity and equity with a holiday market, featuring East Harlem small business merchants. Held at Darlington Hall, 2 East 90th Street on December 4th, here are some of the East Harlem merchants who will be there:
Aromas d Angel
Artisanal Mexican products.
Located at 222 East 116th Street. Mexican inspired gifts and apparel, western wear.
Located at 2241 1st Ave. Famous for their Latin-Mediterranean inspired comfort food, their Harissa Honey gift boxes were featured by Eater NY in its 2021 Holiday Gift Guide! https://barchaharlem.square.site/
CakeBurgers Sweet and savory!
CakeBurgers will have plenty of sweets on hand. And you can preorder a designer cake for the holidays.
Pure Body care inspired by Mother Nature. In the quest for self-preservation, as well as seeking the well-being of family and friends, I found out my passion for natural, holistic, sustainable ways of healing, using products from Mother Earth’s bounty. Traditional ancestral medicine and healing which include the use of herbs, teas and other healing substances has been a blessing. to my process. From the agricultural Bambara people of West Africa to the Arawak of the Caribbean, I source inspiration and information regarding wholesome co-existence with life and the universe. My dream is to pass on this cycle of communal knowledge of healing and regeneration to younger generations, creating an intergenerational ecosystem of connectedness. We are the earth, and the Earth is us.
A native of East Harlem, an author and East Harlem historian. His books honor generations of immigrant groups and historic transitions.
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East Harlem Preservation Postcards that honor the history, culture and character of historic East Harlem. EHP is an advocacy organization founded to promote and preserve the neighborhood’s history and diversity. (photo attached)
“Spanglish” pin art.
Reina Del Mar
Natural & Organic Soaps
Accessories, jewelry, knit / crochet garments.
Located at 2262 1st Ave. Fresh food to comfort the soul and nourish the body! Cocktails will be available!
Day spa located on 116th Street. Skincare products & gift certificates.
Located at 52 East 125th Street. A family-owned, 100% vegan restaurant, offering healthy food options.
Yo Soy Mia
East Harlem based artist, muralist and fashion designer.
East Harlem based artist:
An environmentally friendly brand. Unique accessories with character and personality. The materials used are friendly to the environment (reusable, recycled and natural fibers), in addition, our brand incorporates the use of pieces of art that complement some of our designs made of ceramics and other materials. (photo attached)
Aprons and handmade apparel reflective of El Barrio pride.
Don’t miss our holiday pop up markets!
Music * Food * Drinks * Art * Artisans
Supporting East Harlem vendors
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