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Antiques, clothes, home décor items, as well as plenty of great food are some of the ingredients going to the Cosmic Night Bazaar hosted by Ridgewood Market this Saturday, March 5.

Expect more than 40 independent and local artisan vendors to sell their homemade and handmade products during this six-hour event (5 p.m. to 11 p.m.), whilce musicians croon, performers entertain, and families get involved in children-friendly activities. Plus, TeeTunez, a local DJ, will spin Old Skool music from the 1920s through 1960s that he claims is good for dancing and shopping.

Cosmic Night Bazaar is also an informal celebration of Ridgewood Market’s third anniversary. The community-based market opened in 2013, when Sarah Feldman, a jewelry designer, noticed that artists were flocking to the area, but there was no place for them to sell their wares. It quickly blossomed into a monthly flea market at Gottscheer Hall with more than 50 vendors peddling everything from artwork to plants to vintage items.

The open market will take place at Gottscheer Hall on Fairview Ave. in Ridgewood. This venue – which features hanging chandeliers, plush carpeting, mirrored walls, and fantastic chefs – was founded about 75 years ago as a social club for Gottscheers, a Germanic ethnic group from a region that was once part of the Austrian empire. Thus, attendees will also be able to expect authentic ethnic cuisine such as krainerwurst (kind of kielbasa) with sauerkraut on rye bread and Spaten beer.

 

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