Looking for Some Fun This Weekend? Visit The Hudson Co-Op Pop-Up Shop
The Hudson Co-Op Pop-Up Shop
810 W 187th St, New York, NY 10033
While Washington Heights has a lot to offer, people often feel that to get a funky and unique gift they must travel to New Jersey or take the journey to more Southern parts of Manhattan. But this is not the case any longer with the creation of the Hudson Co-Op. This organization is group of creators who want to make it easy for Washington Heights citizens to find a funky, individualized gift for their loved ones, or even just for themselves.On June 17th the Hudson Co-op opened a pop-up shop where Gideon’s bakery used to be at 810 W 187th St. The store is only open for at least a few weeks. The exact closing date is unclear so go promptly and get the homemade bath products, the beautiful hats, and all other sorts of handmade arts and crafts as soon as you can.
Not only does the Co-Op offer the chance to buy and sell beautiful, one-of-a-kind products, but they also offer classes, so people like myself, who are inept at crafts and lack artistic ability, can be guided in creating awesome products. The leaders of the Co-Op also extend their services to events like children’s birthday parties and crafts-driven parties for adults who want to re-introduce themselves to their creative side. The Co-Op is an outstanding place to be surrounded by artistry and fun, so make sure you check out their website to learn more about what they offer.
The Co-Op is a special place because it does not limit the goods to just a few people. If you have a passion for painting, quilting, sewing or any other creative medium, you can join the co-op by investing in their goal and their desire to keep art local. To join the art collective all you have to do is send them a message requesting more information.
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