Celebrate the 1920s at the Greenpointers Valentine’s Market

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    If you still aren’t sure what to get your loved one this Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck. The latest iteration of the Greenpointers Market will not only have plenty of shopping, food and drink options, it’ll also transport you back to the 1920s.

    We're ready for you, #Greenpointers! Join us @greenpoint_loft (67 West St) and take photos! Photo Booth designed by Miss V who is also henna tattooing!! #gp_market

    The theme of the market will be based on the Prohibition Era. There will be cocktails based on those swigged in the 1920s and jazz band Andrew’s Tiger to play music of the time. The drinks will include ones like the Bees Knees, made with Brooklyn Gin, and craft beer choices provided by Greenpoint Beer and Ale. There will be personalized stories by The Roving Typist, massages by Human@Ease, and more.

    Additionally, members of the Women’s March NYC Chapter will be in attendance with art and postcards, the proceeds of which will go towards their cause. Cupid will also be making an appearance.

    This Sunday February 12th #anonymousagent will be at the @greenpointers Valentines Market with hand-dyed pillows, repurposed denim jackets, and some other quilted gear I've been working on. Come visit and share a coffee or a cocktail with me (and favorite woman @withroots!) #gp_market

    There are also Greenpointers Markets for the spring, fall, and winter holiday season. Attendance is expected to be around 3,000 for the day.

    It's bumping at the Greenpointers Vday market! Great DJ, food, and awesome handmade crafts. #gp_market #brooklyn #fishcakedesign

    The market will be held at Greenpoint Loft at 67 West Street on the fifth floor. The event is free of charge and will run from 1 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, February 12. For more information, click here.

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