New Wednesday Alternative to St. Patrick’s Day

Posted on: March 17th, 2010 at 6:24 am by

There’s an alternative way you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day today.  Spend it with the folks of Craftermath during their New Wednesday event at the Dressing Room.

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From the Boogie inbox:

CRAFTERMATH presents an LES alternative to St. Patrick’s Day mayhem in a hybrid boutique/bar.

Punk crafts, film shorts, subversive song!

From 7 til 9pm-ish:

The CRAFTERMATH creative forces sell punk crafts and unusual art at a neighborhood treat-to-behold that features emerging designers and vintage goods. Our artwork is affordable, along w/the drinks. Happy Hour features a $ 5 beer and whiskey combo.

We’ll show a collage of films by NYC underground filmmaker LISA HAMMER on the gold-framed movie screen. JESSICA DELFINO will share a new song, perhaps on an uncommon instrument. You can celebrate Women’s History Month w/us, and still make it in plenty of time to get out to some place far less cool-looking to drink your green beer – if you still insist!

Hoping you can join CRAFTERMATH for exciting and unusual fun times!

The Dressing Room Boutique & Bar
75A Orchard Street (btw. Broome & Grand Sts.)
7 til 9pm-ish
FREE


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