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Shop at Local and Small businesses this Holiday season at The 390 Social Winter Market

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Shop at Local and Small businesses this Holiday season at The 390 Social Winter Market

December 09
11:06 2021

390 Social, Park Slope’s hot new event venue, is hosting a Holiday Market through December 24. The 390 Social Holiday Market features a rotating lineup of local vendors with unique offerings. Throughout December the market will feature an array of chefs, artists, artisans, jewelry designers, and craft makers of all types. The Holiday season is the perfect time to support local and small business, which is the mission statement of the market. 

The Holiday Market itself is produced by a group of small businesses which are BIPOC and female-led. Owners of 390 Social, as well as Parkslope Restaurants Chela and Bar Crudo; The Mana Hospitality group and Cynthia Sepulveda, founder of Flaco Coquito (a vegan friendly version of the Puerto Rican beverage “Coquito”) partnered late November to launch the market at 390 Social.

“Let’s shop local! We have put together some amazing food, drinks, artists and chefs to display their craftsmanship and win your hearts, taste Coquito and hot chocolate while you shop and support local vendors,” says Cynthia Sepulveda owner of Flaco Coquito. In addition to vendors, the market will have live entertainment. 

December 11-12 we will have a beautiful line up of vendors and tastemakers including live painting by Master artist Alex Reynoso (visit www.alexreynosoart.com)

December 17-24 the market will be open, follow on ig @flacocoquito for more info. Edwin Vazquez returns with his Eclectic Gypsy Soul voice! Singing silky originals and covers blended with a twist of Flamenco Soul Bossazon urban grooves! 

Vendor Highlights 

Edwin Vazquez Musica: Musician, songwriter and visual artist Edwin Vazquez had to pivot his work during the shutdown giving free art Classes online. “Gratitude is the key to joy and in the midst of these pandemic times, I found a piece of joy simply in giving back… I mention this to emphasize the words of St. Augustine when he said, it is in giving we receive”. (visit www.edwinvazquez.com)

Healing Through the Home: Creator Rebecca Gitana Torres is a multi-talented Producer, Media personality, Designer, Content Creator, Transformational guide – “My inspiration for joining 390 Social Market is to play and share. Play as I create and use my energy to bless others. The cycle of creating and sharing is so uplifting and connective.”

Learn more at: www.rebeccagitana.com

Oye Moyé: Creator Jessica Torres is a true New York City Artist, having lived in 4 of the 5 boroughs with humble beginnings, this Latinx artist is known for her vibrant digital designs. During the pandemic Jesscia’s desire to bring color and unique pieces into her personal space became widely popular and is now currently available on Etsy.

Visit: www.etsy.com/shop/OyeMoye

Home To My Soul: Recording Artist turned holistic business woman, Jasmine Clemente, made her mark in the dance music scene to then metamorphosis into a spiritual self-help entrepreneur. She created and launched home to my soul: handmade candles representing the divine spark within while simultaneously teaching yoga to inspire a conscious lifestyle.

Visit www.hometomysoul.com

Chef Zia Cookies: Zia has been working as a professional chef in NYC for 18 years, and managed top kitchens. In 2018 Zia founded an organization called Restaurant After Hours, providing mental health support for the hospitality industry. During the pandemic, Zia’s cookies became sought-after and Chef Zia’s Cookies was born. Alongside fulfilling his mission with Restaurant After Hours, Zia’s new mission is helping others smile and feel good about themselves, one cookie at a time!

Visit: www.restaurantafterhours.org

Media Contact
Company Name: Flaco Coquito
Contact Person: Cynthia Sepulveda
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Country: United States
Website: www.flacocoquito.com