Cacti, hot chocolate, and kiwi chili jam... What do all of these things have in common? You can find all of them at Hester Street Fair this Saturday, October 14th!
Cacti and succulents are the most Instagrammable way to pretend that you have a green thumb. This weekend Cactus Store will be holding potting workshops that will allow you to plant and adopt your very own spikey plant friend.
Two sessions starting at 1pm and 3pm will be available for adults ($25) and kids ($20 under 14 y/o) alike. All participants will receive a plant and all potting materials will be provided. Cactus Store will give you tips on how to care for your plants and keep them alive, especially in the cold NYC weather that’s coming (we hope).
And you can check out Cactus Store’s insane cactus collection across the street from HSF at 5 Essex Street.
P.S. They have a cactus that’s over 500 years old… you definitely need to see it
Hetmans uses glasses as blank canvases and collaborates with Ukranian craftsmen and artists.
This collaborations reflects generations of long standing traditions through contemporary lenses. http://hetmans.com
Chokola’s hot chocolate takes you to Haiti where rich taste of star anise and essence of nutmeg provide a complex mix of warm nostalgia and savory indulgence for a sophisticated palate. http://www.chokolanyc.com/
Trade St Jam brings us unconventional jam flavors handmade in brooklyn like, Kiwi and Fresno Chili, Bourbon Stout Sour Cherry and Blueberry Lemon Basil Jam. http://www.etsy.com/shop/tradestjamco
Vendor Line up:
Blix, Brittle and Beyond, Buscia’s, Che Artisan, Chokola, Dead End Vintage, Delicate Raymond, Everything, Soulful, Hatzumomo, Hetmans, Netta Ceramics, Object Of, Ovaldo, Phyla | Art, Nature, History, Science, Pilot Kombucha, Psychic, Queen City Rats, Roo’s Dough, Rotacy, Seward Park Harriette, Trade St. Jam Co., Vicenzi, Wisco Fresh