Reminder: Downtown’s Dekalb Market Is Mad Fun

If you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the wonderfully novel Dekalb Market yet, the weekend is coming! This new community destination in Downtown Brooklyn—which was voted Best New York Architecture in 2011 by the New York Observer—is uniquely housed in a collection of salvaged shipping containers, and includes an incubator farm, weekend events, performances and a collection of 60+ eateries and work-sell spaces.

Coming up Saturday April 21 is Spring Cleaning Day, with such specialties as shaves, nails and Eco Living workshops. Sunday April 22 offers an Earth Day Seed & Garden Market and Urban Chicken Workshops. The Dekalb Market, which is open seven days a week through the summer, is located at 138 Willoughby Street and Flatbush Ave in 11201. Much more info is here.

In all, the 2012 season will offer a cornucopia of art, music, food and shopping, as well as the new Dekalb outdoor performance and event space, including a permanent beer & wine garden, “The Dekalb Farm,” dance parties, bike-in movie nights, roller derbies, stores, food shops and outdoor weekend vendors.

(Photo: Dekalb Market)

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    huge fan of the dekalb market!

  • yoohoo

    Was there on opening weekend. Absolutely a new destination – and to think it’s adjacent to the Fulton Street Mall.

  • Bette

    Hey – could you map this? Not sure how to get there…

  • Bette

    oh duh – just reread the post and address is there!

  • grumpy bert

    It’s about a 10-15 min. walk from the Heights, not too shabby.