(Photo by Matt Gari Foto)
The N3RD St Farmers Market is back for a third year, starting today from 2-7 p.m. on Old City’s Church Street. It’s one of the projects that spun out of the energy of N3rd Street and an example of how the Philly tech scene touches more than technology these days.
It’s also a complete N3rd Street affair, with Indy Hall members and former staffers covering branding (Sean Martorana), photos (CJ Dawson) and marketing and organizing (Karina Ambartsoumian).
This year, the market plans on hosting a popup dinner, an art cart and musical performances. Check out some photos from last year’s market.
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