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On Sunday, Local Businesses Team Up with the Lowline

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As we reported yesterday, “Imagining the Lowline,” an exhibition from the guys behind the proposed park under Delancey Street, opens in the Essex Street Market on Saturday.   You’ll also be able to see the installation on Sunday, but there’s a twist.  The Lowline team has partnered with the Lower East Side BID to showcase several neighborhood businesses. It’s a kind-of teaser for the BID’s “Daylife” street festival coming up on Orchard Street September 30.

The vendors that will be set up in the market building include: Heritage Meat Shop, Roni-Sue’s Chocolates, Ni Japanese Deli, Pushcart Coffee and the LES Girls Club.  The Lowline and the BID will be co-hosting a similar event Sunday, September 23rd, featuring several more local businesses.

The Lowline exhibit and Daylife preview take place in the Essex Street Market building on the south side of Delancey Street.  You can stop by anytime between noon-6 p.m.

The Lowline exhibit is open daily through September 27 (except for next Monday and Tuesday when it will be closed for Rosh Hashanah).

 

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