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Saturday: The Feast Pavilion in the Essex Street Market

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Organizers are calling it a modern day World’s Fair, featuring “immersive art installations, food trucks, music, and community booths that honor the work of today’s most remarkable innovators.”   “The Feast Pavilion” takes place Saturday in the Essex Street Market building on the south side of Delancey Street. Part of a larger conference being held this week in New York, the event is meant to celebrate “ground shaking change.”

From noon-6 p.m., the pavilion features a lineup of “artists and innovators,” including “Made in Lower East Side (miLES), the organization hoping to transform 212 vacant lots and storefronts in the neighborhood.  mlLES will be hosting an engagement workshop to find out how locals feel those spaces should be used.  In the evening on Saturday there will be a dance party.  There will be dj’s plus a screening of the feature-length dance music video “Girl Walk // All Day.”

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