Join us on June 21, 22, and 23, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day for our Grand Opening! Breaking News: At 2:00 PM on Friday, June 21, 2013, at 1317 East Carson Street you are invited to join us for the Ribbon Cutting for Schwartz Living Market! Bruce Kraus, Councilman for the South Side will be there with us along with many other amazing folks to cut the ribbon!!
Schwartz Living Market: A Project of 1317 East Carson Street has hired a market manager! Paul Krawczykiewicz, our new market manager, managed Today's Market in Oakmont, Pennsylvania for 17 years and is an amazing individual. We are so excited to welcome Paul to our team!
Please direct inquiries for vendor space for our opening weekend and beyond to email@example.com or call 724-787-5788. Application forms for vendors and lease forms are available for those interested in three month leases. following the Grand Opening on June 21,22 and 23, 2013, we will be open on Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM and plan top expand hours to four days a week, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday after Labor Day, 2013. Stay tuned!
Thanks so much to all of the amazing individuals and group that have made this continuing process and project possible. We are full of gratitude!
Enjoy the experience of vendors with real food and amazing juices including wheat grass juice and much, much, more! See demonstrations of, and learn how to juice. See how to sprout mung beans, chick peas and aduki beans. Learn how to soak seeds and nuts. Learn how to grow your own sprout farm at home with Stan Beck. Taste sprouted foods. Learn how to dehydrate food in creative ways! Enjoy amazing tea pops from Healcrest Farms. Hear Phil Osophical and his amazing Flowetry!
Check out so many amazing non profits including PA Resources Council, Conservation Consultants, Green Building Alliance, Zero Waste Pittsburgh and more. On Saturday, June 22, learn about GMO-Free PA.
Experience Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy from Stephanie Miller, Vibroacoustic Harp Therapist: $45.00/half hour. Learn about optometric vision therapy and somatic movement education with Dr. Elisa Beck, Developmental Optometrist and Somatic Movement Educator trained in Body Mind Centering and Body Mind Movement with both Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Mark Taylor. Learn about Permaculture from author, Permaculturist, and owner of Three Sisters Farm, Darrell Frey. Talk with Dennis Maloskey about Sustainable Living. Learn from Christina Newman of Apoidia Apiary.
Movie's scheduled each day of the opening weekend at 1:00 PM:
June 21, 2013 at 1:00 PM: Transition 2.0
June 22, 2013 at 1:00 PM The Great Story with Thomas Berry; Discussion follows facilitated by Karen Bernard
June 23, 2013 at 1:00 PM Your Environmental Road Trip www.YERT.com
The Great Story film is 49 minutes. Here's a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cCCKo5rxE0The Great Story, Thomas Berry film/discussionAs a pioneer in the field of spirituality and ecology, Thomas Berry created a quiet revolution. He was a monk, a cultural historian, an author, a teacher and a mystic. At the heart of this film is Berry's experience of the universe as a cosmic liturgy. He reminds us that "we are not a collection of objects but a communion of subjects." His values are rooted in this sacred cosmology which includes the entire natural world. The mountains, rivers, birds, fish--all living organisms--are not here for our use, but exist in dynamic relationship: a relationship that allows us to become who we are. As Berry says, "I am not myself without everything else."
Suggested Donation for movie viewing is $3.00/person. Proceeds split between the designated non-profit and Schwartz Living Market for its continued Permaculture/Transition Town Demonstration Project Development.
Yes, this is slow development, and mindful development and happens in an unexpected way!
Hey, bring some money to spend and bring lots and lots of friends and neighbors. At 3:00 PM each day, Elisa Beck will give a tour of the building. Charge $5.00/person or $15.00/family. Is this a Grand Opening, a grand re-opening, or simply a reinvention of all that already was and will continue to be?
It's really the evolution of Schwartz Market which began as Schwartz Sanitary Super market in the early part of the century with Helen and Morris Schwartz and so much more family. This is the story of evolution and revolution at this point. We are re-opening the space as a Living Market. Use your imagination and you too can be part of the action, not just the reaction!
Have you heard of a boilermaker? Well what do you call a shot of wheatgrass juice in 8 ounces of green juice? Cast your vote on opening weekend at Schwartz Living Market: An Urban Oasis for Healthful Living !
The new Marmoleum kitchen floor is fully installed! Thanks so much to these incredible, mindful installers from Riverview Carpet, and thanks so much to Forbo for supplying this amazing product!
Vendors over the course of the weekend will include: Jonathan's Food, Gryphon's Tea, OmNom Bakers, Jenn's Jems, Global Lovin', Third Day Organics, Paititi, Healcrest Farms, Thrice Great Apparel, Apoidia Apiary, Enchanted Garden, Rosa Flora Botanicals, Central Native American Arts and Crafts, Native American Arts and Crafts, Richard Snyder photography, Building New Hope, JWest Design, S'Eclairer, Riverview Carpet, Forbo Marmoleum, Artemis Environmental and more!
Dennis Maloskey will be there demonstrating a hand powered generator, Willi Williams will demonstrate how to apply earth plaster on stilts, and Elisa Haransky-Beck, developmental optometrist and somatic movement educator will be happy to talk to you with tips for natural vision improvement. Jump on the mini trampoline and learn about improving your peripheral vision by experiencing it! Dr. Safdar Chaudary will be there representing S'Eclairer and Janet McKee will be teaching us about healthy food choices!
This opening weekend and Schwartz Living Market is family and kid friendly. Tell everyone you know to join in on the fun!
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Two Visionaries: Kate O'Brien and Darrell Frey at a Retreat at Three Sister's Farm, June 9, 2013