Calabar Imports Bed Stuy PopUp Events
10 designers and Events in the heart of Brooklyn, open Thursdays to Sunday at 351 Tompkins Avenue (between Madison and Monroe), Brooklyn.
CALABAR IMPORTS has three stores in Brooklyn and now a POPUP in Bed-Stuy with a mix of art, clothing, jewelry, and home decor for discerning and adventurous consumers. The Calabar Imports Bed Stuy PopUp opened its doors on Thursday October 9 at 2pm and it will open Thursdays - Sundays until December 31. The PopUp is part of Bridge Street Development Corporation's Popup program. The Pop Up will feature designers and collections from Flourish Accessories, a unique Brooklyn home furnishings company, Whisper, a Bed Stuy based organic body products company, WOW WOW by Wunmi, Nitjuan Jewelry, a handmade jewelry company, Lovable Treasures, a jewelry ad accessories company, Tafari Tribe, a Brooklyn based shop, and Satin Doll & Co., an accessories company. The Pop will also feature WORDS SUNDAY will add a distinctive literary flavor and commence on Sunday, October 26, showcasing paired readings of distinguished, award-winning and critically acclaimed poets and performers who just happen to live and work in Central Brooklyn. It will also feature BUSINESS THURSDAYS commencing October 23 and focus on business development, social media and marketing, and networking for women. FOOD SATURDAYS by Milly's Market will feature FOOD & TASTINGS from local and upstate farmers on Saturdays. Where: The event will take place at 351 Tompkins Avenue, Brooklyn (between Madison and Monroe Street) in the heart of Stuyvesant Heights.
Artfully Fridays: Exhibitions and Talks at the PopUp
Enlightened: Photographer Erskine Isaac
Opened October 17 at 6pm until November 2.
Curated by Jemma L St Lawrence of St. Lawrence & Martin, the first exhibition features photographer Erskine Issac. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Thursdays, hosted by Toni Coleman Brown and Julia Shaw
Sales: How to Create an Effective Sales Funnel for your business
October 23, 6pm-7:30pm
You have their name and email address now what? How to create an effective sales funnel for your business online. Discover what to done once you receive a name and email address and how a couple of tweaks in your Customer Relationship Management CRM could add tons of dollars to your bottom line. Program by the Network for Women in Business RSVP at email@example.com
LEARN@The PopUp: Free Jewelry Making Workshops
Free Confetti Bracelet Making Class by Juanita of Nitjuan Designs (a popup design company)
We are excited to share with you our technique on how we make our Confetti Bracelets. This 2 hour class will not only teach you how to crochet, but how to pick out the proper supplies when considering putting one of our fabulous bracelets together.The class is free, but space is limited, and we ask that you send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), so that we can hold your space. Supplies are $7.It doesn't matter if you are an experienced crocheter or if you don't know what a crochet hook is. All are welcome!
Food & Tasting Saturdays: Food at the PopUp
The Tasting Menu hosted by Milly's Market
October 25 at 4pm.
Milly's Market is hosting a private tasting at the Calabar Imports Bed Stuy PopUp Shop! at 351 Tompkins Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. RSVP at email@example.com
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Words: Sunday, a literary series hosted by Patricia Spears Jones at the PopUp
Janice Lowe and Patricia Spears Jones
October 26, 4PM-6PM Janice Lowe & Friends
Janice Lowe is a composer and poet, with a MFA from New York University’s Musical Theater Writing Program. Her works range from operas to performance art. She is the composer and librettist of the opera Dusky Alice. Her musical Sit-In at the Five & Dime, libretto by Marjorie Duffield was performed at Case Western Reserve University. She has collaborated with book writer-lyricist Charles E. Drew, Jr. on several musicals including Central Avenue (Cityparks-NY,) This Esther (The Duplex,) Alice Underground (La Mama ETC.) and Somewhere in Texas (Chelsea Playhouse.) Her hip hop-soul musical Lil Budda (text and lyrics by Stephanie L. Jones) was presented in the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Works. Her poems are published in The Hat, Callaloo and American Poetry Review. She is a co-founder of The Dark Room Collective. She teaches creative writing in youth and community programs and is an adjunct lecturer in Poetry and Performance at Purchase College. Janice Lowe is a regular contributor to Write Night at Frank’s Lounge.
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Calabar Imports Bed Stuy PopUp
351 Tompkins Avenue (between Madison and Monroe),