Bazaar-On-Hudson, in Cold Spring, NY, is a flea-style, indoor market that will be held Sundays, April 6 to July 27, from 10:30 to 4:30. Located at 103 Main Street, the venue is just 70 minutes from Grand Central terminal by train. Bazaar-On-Hudson is operated by two local Cold Spring brick and mortar businesspersons, Nathalie Jonas and Sam Lutzer. Jonas owns The Living Room and Lutzer owns Cold Spring Coffee Pantry. The duo is vetting makers and artisans in the Hudson Valley and New York City for home, beauty, jewelry, vintage, spirits and other products. The goal is to find a mix of 50 percent established businesses and 50 percent emerging artists who do not currently have brick and mortars, and make it a cooperative forum for 13 Sundays across 15 weeks, Philipstown.info reports. Preference will be given to vendors who sign on for the whole season. If the initial run is successful, they may extend the market in autumn and through the holidays.
Vendors who have already signed on include: Wishbone Letterpress (from Kingston); The Bedford Life (handmade kitchen and baby accessories (Bedford Hills); Yaza Star, handmade and upcycled jewelry and Japanese-style children’s wear (Cold Spring); Terra Flora Botanicals, plant-based products using natural ingredient oils and infusions (Cold Spring); Rexhill, handmade contemporary furniture (Beacon); Sisters Dell, women and men’s vintage clothing (New York City); Kit Burke-Smith jewelry, wearable art/jewelry (Beacon); and East Mountain Girl, ceramics (Cold Spring). These will join Cold Spring Coffee Pantry, which will also feature gluten-free goodies from Beacon’s Ella’s Bellas, and plans are to bring in other food vendors as well. Hopes include adding live music to enhance the atmosphere.
Booths rent for $45 per day for a 6 by 5 foot space, and the application fee is $25. There is presently room for around 20 merchants.
For more information:
Bazaar-On-Hudson / The Living Room
103 Main Street
Cold Spring, NY 10516