Holidays Shopping Events at Kaight

December 20 @ 382 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn

The sustainable boutique Kaight is pulling out all the stops for a season full of festive fashion with a side of good karma. The final event is Last Minute Shopping Event With Mikuti. Shop last minute gifts and the jewelry collection beloved by Vogue. The Mikuti collection is inspired by the beauty of the Swahili coast and magnificent landscapes of East Africa.

ecohabitudeEcoHabitude Pop-up

Opening reception Friday, December 18th |  5:30 – 9:30pm + Saturday, December 19th | 12 – 5 pm @ EcoHabitude Showroom, 260 West 35th Suite 800, Manhattan

Enjoy complimentary signature organic cocktails and snacks, take part in the raffle and giveaways, and discover local brands and shop fair trade, cruelty free and eco-friendly products at this sustainable retailer’s showroom.

popuprepairPop Up Repair

Saturday, December 19: Inwood Greenmarket

Sunday, December 20:  Columbia University and Carroll Gardens Greenmarkets
(Drop-off only. Pick up fixed stuff January 9 & 10)

Find (and give) new joy in the things you already have and break the tradition of give-receive-discard. Pop Up Repair can fix, hack, shine, polish, alter, almost anything: knives that have been getting dull, that chair you always wished was a different color, the necklace you gave her years ago but that needs a new clasp, the gloves he loves that are getting ratty. Email fixit@popuprepair.com with questions.

valueoffoodThe Value of Food

Thru April 3 @ The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan

The Value of Food: Sustaining a Green Planet is an art exhibition hosted by the Cathedral, in keeping with its long history of engagement with issues of social justice, the environment, support for the arts, and community involvement. Guest curated by Kirby Gookin and Robin Kahn, the exhibition focuses on food security, accessibility, and sustainability by bringing together artists who not only grapple with these issues, but also actively engage the audience. Installed in the bays and chapels inside the Cathedral, as well as throughout the gardens, the exhibition is divided into seven thematic sections: Water, Soil, Seed, Farm, Market, Meal, and Waste—a reflection of the cycle of food production. Additionally, the Cathedral will host a number of presentations and workshops by speakers who make community outreach and participation a central part of their practice. These programs will include—but are not limited to—panels on urban farming, labor rights, the history of the dishes that many of us know and love, and the relationships between food and faith.

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