PICK-UP EVERY THURSDAY, 5-7:30PM

Fulton Stall Market: Fall CSA Sign-Up

Get your groceries straight from local farms and NYC small batch producers through the Local Roots CSA! Place an order on their website for a 12 week CSA season and then come once a week to Fulton Stall Market to pick up your items from Sept - December. They offer everything from organic vegetables and farmers cheese, to upstate deli meats and wild caught fish. They accept late orders for the season til the last week of September. Cook more at home, know where your food comes from, and swap recipes with neighbors!

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AUGUST 17TH - DECEMBER 31ST

Art Start Exhibit: The Portrait Project

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

The Portrait Project - Using video monitors and large-scale photomurals, The Portrait Project will feature the dreams of youth, through photographs of 14 Art Start youth, stories they have shared describing their dream future, and staged images that bring those imagined futures to life. Through the use of mirrors and the #SeeMeBecause “selfie” social media hashtag, the exhibition will invite visitors to ask, “how do I want to be seen?” by creating their own self-portraits.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: August 17th - December 31st

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SATURDAYS THIS SUMMER, 10PM-2AM

Watermark Bar: Luminescence

Watermark Bar, located at Pier 15, will be lhosting their weekly party event, Luminescence, every Saturday and we invite everyone 21+ to come. Purchase your tickets now!

When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by the sounds of DJ Blaze and the sights of the East River waterfront. The quintessential nightspot fuses the appeal of an ultra-exclusive waterfront lounge and the high-energy of a nightclub. So whether you want to relax or party, Watermark is the place to be.

For guests seeking ultra-VIP treatment, Watermark offers ten private tables, each featuring bottle service. A voyeuristic design throughout the pier also allows people to see the entire waterfront view from almost every table. With our bottle service, you get no wait VIP club hosting with complimentary admission and complimentary juice mixers.

For table reservations, email Ilinca@watermarkny.com

Bottle Menu Highlights (tax and tip not included):

ABSOLUT TUNE $150
BULLDOG $250
PERRIER-JOUET $275
FIREBALL $275
GREY GOOSE $300
PATRON SILVER $325

*Premium Bottles - Jameson, Absolut, Bacardi, Bombay Sapphire and others (email Ilinca for full list)

Admission fee and upscale dress code apply. Please note that Luminescence may be closed to the public due to occasional special events or private parties. Watermark Bar management reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone, in its sole discretion.

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Dreams! Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Dreams!
Dreams are powerful things! Whether we remember fantastic moments from our sleep, or imagine our amazing futures, dreams are an important part of who we are. Join us as we draw our most honored dreams on pillowcases that can be used for sleeping or inspiring home-decorating. Seeing them every night before bed, they’re bound to come true!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 5th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: #SeeMeBecause Public Talk Series

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Public Talk Series ft. Art Start’s #SeeMeBecause Project where guests will be invited to take #SeeMeBecause "selfie-portraits" to show the world what makes them special.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 6th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH, FROM 11AM-12:30PM

Free Cone @ Haagen Dazs

Free Cone Day @ Haagen-Dazs! On Tuesday, September 8th, from 11-12:30pm, The Howard Hughes Corporation invites you to stop by the Seaport Häagen-Dazs on Fulton Street near Front Street to receive your FREE cone! Enjoy one (1) kiddie size ice cream cone (sugar or cake) or in a cup. Limit to one (1) kiddie scoop per guest and cannot be combined with any other offers.

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH, 6-9PM

AIANY/Center for Architecture Exhibit: Sea Level, Five Boroughs at Water's Edge

AIA New York Chapter/Center for Architecture x Seaport Culture District

AIA’s exhibit opening for Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge.
Curated by Robert Sullivan
Photography by Elizabeth Felicella
Designed by Perrin Studio

Like the government-sponsored U.S. coastal surveys of the nineteenth century, Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge is a water’s eye view of New York; the city documented from it’s the tidal edge. Elizabeth Felicella’s photographic panorama begins at Fort Wadsworth—the fort that has, since the Revolutionary War, guarded the city and the Upper Bay of New York Harbor from the most eastern tip of Staten Island, the Verrazano Narrows. The panorama bends 25 miles north, to Fort Totten, the likewise ancient and strategic post that stands at the place where the East River ends and Long Island Harbor begins. Along the East River, the viewer will see a shore of every borough, as well as the development that marks it and characterizes it. Large photographic collages will explore the construction of the panorama itself.

Location: 181 Front Street
Dates: September 10th
Times: 6-9pm

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH, 6-8PM

Eyebeam: Re-Making Patterns, Advances in 3D-Printed Fashion

Eyebeam x Seaport Culture District

Re-Making Patterns Opening, showcasing works from Computational Fashion Master Class 2015. Encounter a new collection of 3D-printed fashion by fifteen designers, engineers and artists.

Location: 117 Beekman Street
Date: September 10th
Time: 6-8pm

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH, 6PM

AIANY/Center for Architecture: Panorama

AIA New York Chapter/Center for Architecture x Seaport Culture District

Panorama Exhibition opening event. More information will be available soon.

Location: 181 Front Street
Dates: September 10th
Times: 6pm

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH, 6:30-8:30PM

AIGA/NY: Design Talk with MING

AIGA/NY x Seaport Culture District

Ming Utility and Entertainment Group is a strategic and action-based creative company focused on design, technology and entertainment. We’re living in one of the most creative moments in history. Slowly transitioning off almost 60 years of building brand value and managing messages, we’re now in a world where creating new consumer value by doing things and creating experiences is everything. Moving forward, everything a brand does needs to be either useful or entertaining. Ming has a multi-disciplined team of technologists, designers, creatives and producers with big agency experience working on global brands.

Location: 192 Front Street
Dates: September 10th
Time: 6:30-8:30pm

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH, 7-10PM

Bon Appétit's Hot Ten Party

For the first time ever, you can attend this exclusive industry-only party. Join Bon Appétit at the year’s hottest celebration to get up close and personal with the winning chefs behind America’s Best New Restaurants and taste your way through the country’s best food experiences. One ticket will give you unparalleled access to top talent and the best dishes and drinks of 2015. #BAhot10

Date: September 10, 2015
Time: 7:00-10:00PM
Location: Seaport Studios, 19 Fulton Street, New York City
Restaurants: Chefs from America’s Best New Restaurants 2015 will be at the event, including:

AL’s Place, San Francisco
Gjusta, Los Angeles
Petit Trois, Los Angeles
Semilla, Brooklyn
Parachute, Chicago
Dai Due, Austin
Kindred, Davidson, NC
Rintaro, San Francisco
Manolin, Seattle
Milktooth, Indianapolis

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Handalas! Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Handalas!
Mandalas are used across cultures as sacred images of our souls. But you don’t have to be traditionally spiritual or religious to connect with your deepest self! This project uses our hands to "point out" what we love about ourselves on the inside. These abstract self portraits are beautiful, vibrant, and fun to make! Combine every family members handala to create a family handala for your home.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 12th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH AT 1PM

Other Half & Gaddy Lane

Fulton Stall Market (207A Front St. btw Fulton and Beekman in the South Street Seaport) and Market Bar are excited to announce the lineup for the kickoff of their Beer and Food series: Other Half Brewing and Gaddy Lane The event, which kicks off at 1pm on Saturday September 12th, will feature four of Other Half’s freshest and newest beers on draft: · ESB · Green Diamonds Double IPA · Forever Ever session IPA · Other Half IPA

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12TH, 7-9PM

Eyebeam: Cells and Seams

Eyebeam x Seaport Culture District

Cells and Seams: A Discussion on Biotechnology and Fashion. How will biotechnology affect clothing—our second skin?

Location: 117 Beekman Street
Dates: September 12th
Times: 7-9pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12TH, 1:30-3PM

No Longer Empty: Art by the Water Curatorial Talk

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

No Longer Empty Chief Curator Manon Slome will speak with visitors about this site-specific installation and its relevance to the location of the port.

Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: September 12th
Times: 1:30-3pm

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16TH, 6-8PM

No Longer Empty: Opening Reception

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

In Conversation: No Longer Empty Chief Curator, Manon Slome, moderates a talk with artist Teresa Diehl: Breathing Waters and curator James Sanders: Time and Tide. Program followed by a reception with live music in the plaza.

Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: September 16th
Times: 6-8pm

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH, 6-9PM

Art Start: Opening Reception

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Art Start’s exhibit, The Portrait Project, opening reception at the Seaport District.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 17th
Times: 6-9pm

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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH, 6:30PM

HarperCollins Author Event: Hal Rubenstein & Nigel Barker

HarperCollins x Seaport Culture District

Join us opening night when two of fashion’s biggest names come together for an engaging and lively conversation on how fashion and design shape our evolving culture. Hal Rubenstein is the author of THE LOOKS OF LOVE: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance (on sale 10.27) and Nigel Barker is the author of MODELS OF INFLUENCE: 50 Women Who Reset the Course of Fashion.

Location: Seaport Studios, 19 Fulton Street (2nd Floor)
Date: September 17th
Time: 6:30pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19TH, 10AM-12PM

FiDi Families: ConstructionKids Building Workshop!

ConstructionKids brings building with real tools to Seaport! Children will learn to safely use hammers and nails to build a creative wooden project. Like spending an afternoon in your grandfather’s garage, (if he happened to be a carpenter), this is old-fashioned hands-on learning with contemporary creative values. Each child will finish the session with a built project to take home.

Location: Peck Slip (between South and Front Streets)
Date: Saturday, September 19th
Time: 10am-12pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Birdhouses Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Birdhouses
The Seaport is full of amazing architecture and showcases some of the most creative architects in New York! This project draws inspiration from these visionaries as we build birdhouses of our own design. In a rush, or not that into wood glue? Prefabricated birdhouses will also be available for those who prefer to express themselves through birdhouse décor!

(Estimated time to finish project: 1 hour)

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 19th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19TH, 11AM-4PM

AIANY/Center for Architecture: FamilyDay@theCenter

AIA New York Chapter/Center for Architecture x Seaport Culture District

Join us at our South Street Seaport location -- 159 John Street (entrance on Front Street) -- for a new take on our ever popular Building Bridges family day. Using the nearby Brooklyn Bridge as our focus, families will learn about the exciting story of its design and construction, then build their own model suspension bridges to take home.

Location: 181 Front Street
Dates: September 19th
Times: 11am-1pm | 2-4pm
Price: $20/family of 4; $10 for Center for Architecture Dual/Family Members; additional guests accompanying a Family Admission are $5 each.

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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20TH, 9AM

4th Annual Into the Light Walk for Epilepsy

Epilepsy Foundation Metropolitan New York has been at the heart of the NYC epilepsy community for almost fifty years, and is NYC’s only specialized organization combining epilepsy education, awareness, and advocacy with individualized services such as counseling and vocational supports.

1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime. Please join us as we walk for AWARENESS, EDUCATION and EMPOWERMENT, and become a part of the EFMNY’s ongoing efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected. The community’s participation and the outpouring of support for the ‘Into the Light’ teams let others know they are not alone.

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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST

HarperCollins Author Event: Brandon Doman

HarperCollins x Seaport Culture District

Everyone has a story. That’s why Brandon Doman created The Strangers Project—sharing true experiences from complete strangers. In this intriguing discussion, Doman talks about his new book, WHAT’S YOUR STORY, and explains our need for human connection.

Location: Seaport Studios, 19 Fulton Street (2nd Floor)
Date: September 21st
Time: TBD

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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD, 6:30-8:30PM

AIGA/NY: Design Talk with MTWTF

AIGA/NY x Seaport Culture District

MTWTF is a design consultancy that creates communication platforms for cultural, commercial, educational, and civic clients. Through research and analysis, they identify cultural and business contexts in which to design strategic communication platforms that get results. These platforms include signage systems, environmental graphics, exhibitions, identities, publications, websites, and posters. MTWTF believes that good design has the power to help organizations and businesses effectively express their ideas and make change happen.

Location: 192 Front Street
Dates: September 23rd
Time: 6:30-8:30pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Seaport Scavenger Hunt

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Seaport Scavengers!
This scavenger hunt will lead you through the South Street Seaport as you discover the colors, textures and shapes all around you! Complete your mission with an Art Start #SeeMeBecause selfie online and win a prize! The most creative scavengers win a special Seaport experience. But the best prize of all will be seeing that Art truly is everywhere if you’re looking for it!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: September 26th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2-5PM

No Longer Empty: Art & Exploration

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

No Longer Empty Chief Curator Manon Slome will speak about the installation Teresa Diehl: Breathing Waters and proceed to the Governors Island ferry at 3:30pm for a guided walk through of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Open Studios at Governors Island.

Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: September 26th
Times: 2-5pm

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH, 5:30-6PM

Live at Little Water Radio: Ben Sisto

NY artist Ben Sisto stops by the Northern Spy Show, on Little Water Radio, to talk about his fascinating public domain project Who Let Who Let The Dogs Out? which dives deep into the story of a song you probably know as a Baha Men megahit.

Little Water Radio is a free-form netradio featuring a wide range of adventurous DJs with a knack for delivering exceptional programming. LWR streams a live broadcast from 10am to 6pm everyday with pre-recorded shows from around the globe after 6pm.

A defining feature of Little Water Radio is it’s location in the Fulton Stall Market, a one-of-a-kind farmer’s market located at the South Street Seaport. Little Water Radio streams live from the market everyday, offering a voice for the surrounding community.

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OCTOBER 1ST - DECEMBER 31ST

Eyebeam Exhibit: Bodies & Machines

Eyebeam x Seaport Culture District

An exhibition of Eyebeam Residents exploring the porous and fluid boundaries between bodies, technologies, and the world outside. The exhibition is in two parts: the first, Outside In, features work which re-imagines both emergent technologies and elements of nature as brute forces, reckless yet potentially manageable. The second, Inside Out, features work which examines new types of externalizations and interactions within emergent digitalia and technological platforms.

Part 1 — Outside In (October 1 - November 14)
Artists: Torkwase Dyson, Nancy Nowacek, and Mattia Casalegno

Part 2 — Inside Out (November 19 - December 31)
Artists: Joshue Ott and Kenneth Kirschner; Lisa Kori Chung, Gene Kogan, and Colin Self; Tega Brain, Lilian Kreutzberger, and Joanna Cheung

Location: 117 Beekman Street
Dates: October 1st - December 31st

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 3RD, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Superheroes! Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Superheroes!
Anyone can be a superhero. You don’t need muscles and brawn to be brave! This week you’ll be able to draw a comic that features yourself as a superhero! Afterward, make a cape using fabric and glue so that everyone can see what makes you, well, SUPER!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: October 3rd
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Homemade Checkers! Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Homemade Checkers!
Perfect for family game night! Whether you’re just learning to play, or an old pro, this project will keep your family’s checkers game sharp! Why? Because you’ll be designing it yourselves! Choose your own colors and make your own game pieces and walk away with a unique Checker board. Say "King me" while looking like the king - or queen - that you are. Frame it in years to come as a family keepsake.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: October 10th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TH, 1-3PM

No Longer Empty: Championing Water

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

Championing Water: Activities with Environmental Organizations
Join No Longer Empty for a series of activities led by organizations that focus on water in their missions. More information will be available soon.
Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: October 10th
Times: 1-3pm

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 17TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Spooky Fingers Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Spooky Fingers and More!
Cast your fingers out of plaster! Perfect for trickery and gags of all kinds, these silly fingers, along with masks, spiders and more will get everyone ready for a spooky Halloween!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: October 17th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 17TH, 11AM-4PM

Taste of the Seaport

Join us for The 6th Annual Taste of the Seaport, an annual fall festival that celebrates the amazing food and beverage scene nestled in Lower Manhattan comprising the Financial District and the Historic South Street Seaport. With musical entertainment, children’s activities and sublime treats from more than 40 food and beverage purveyors, proceeds from the event benefit arts and enrichment programs at two local elementary schools, PS 343 Peck Slip School and PS 397 Spruce Street School.

*Tickets go on sale soon!

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 17TH, 12-2PM

No Longer Empty: Rethinking Spaces Art-Making Workshop

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

Join No Longer Empty for a hands-on arts workshop to imagine the ways in which once can intervene, repurpose, and activate space. All ages welcome!

Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: October 17th
Times: 12-2pm

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 25TH, 5-6PM

No Longer Empty: South Street Moves

No Longer Empty x Seaport Culture District

South Street Moves: A site-specific dance inspired by Teresa Diehl’s Breathing Waters.

Location: 117 Beekman Street (via Titantic Park)
Dates: October 25th
Times: 5-6pm

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 31ST, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Halloween Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
Wear your Halloween costume to our drop-in Halloween party where we’ll play games, dance the Monster Mash, take pictures, and trick or treat for creativity loot. Don’t have a costume? Bring your imagination and make one with us!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: October 31st
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Escape-the-City Terrariums Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Escape-the-City Terrariums
Where do you go to escape the city? Some people travel in cars or planes and some people travel in their imagination. Create your happy place inside a jar and keep it with you anytime you want to take a trip!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: November 7th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Neighborhood Stoops Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Neighborhood Stoops
Who are the people in your neighborhood? Where are you from and what makes you feel at home? The Stoops project encourages you to reflect on your favorite neighborhoods in NYC, or anywhere. Join us to make these creative keepsakes that can also store your favorite items inside the pull-out steps!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: November 11th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21ST, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: 3-D Hand Turkeys Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

3-D HAND TURKEYS
This ain’t your mama’s hand turkey! Take this Thanksgiving tradition to the next level with this sculptural version of the classic hand turkey!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: November 21st
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Texture Hunt! Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Texture Hunt!
Bumpy. Furry. Scrapey. Textures are all around us! This project sends you around the room Seaport with crayon and paper in search of textures. After you collect them, let the textures inspire you to make a collage of abstract art for your home!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: November 28th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY DECEMBER 5TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Holiday Cards Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Holiday Cards
The holidays are upon us! With so many winter holidays to celebrate, you’ll want to come make pop-up cards to give to your loved ones!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: December 5th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Friendship Bracelets Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Friendship Bracelets!
This craft connects you with a partner or partners as you each make a bracelet for each other. Sometimes the simple gestures mean the most. Take some time to slow down, enjoy friends and family, and walk away with a keepsake of time together tied around your wrist, neck or keychain.

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: December 12th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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SATURDAY DECEMBER 19TH, 11AM-3PM

Art Start: Snow Globes Family Art Workshop

Art Start x Seaport Culture District

Family art workshop hosted by Art Start.

Snowglobes
The weather outside is frightful! And inspirational! What memories do you want to capture in your snow globe? With clay and jars provided by Art Start, and a little guidance, you’ll be able to make your very own snowglobe! Perfect as a gift or a keepsake, this is one special project you’ll actually want to brave the cold to do!

Location: 206 Front Street
Dates: December 19th
Times: 11am - 3pm

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