Each month we will be rounding up all the news about markets, bazaars, and fairs which Beijing has to offer. We want to include all events, large and small, so if you have a market you want to let our readers know about please shoot us a message by commenting on this post or through WeChat. Summer is proving to be a bit slow on the market scene, but there are still sellers and makers around this time of year for us to enjoy.
News From The Market
- One of our most trusted bakers and sellers Jennie’s Oven is leaving Beijing and will leave an empty space in our bellies. Her amazing baked goods have pleased many and she will be missed. Make sure to catch her at some of her last markets for a taste of home-baked goods.
- Rumble in the Jumble is taking a short break during the month of July, but will be back with bells and whistles in August.
- Farm to Neighbors is turning three years old, and that needs to be celebrated. This epic market has organic produce and always some surprising sellers.
- A new face on the market scene is the lovely Amile, making and selling embroidery on bags and clothes, and soon also on kids’ clothing, we heard. Watch out for her on markets; a picture of her work is shown above. Emile Idea is a force to be reckoned with, and we are so happy to see original products on the market scene.
Art Garden Festival is back next month for the third time, with a kid friendly market and loads of fun vendors for the adults. Sunday June 9, from 12 noon to 6 pm, at Meishuguan Houjie 77, Dongcheng District, Beijing.
Help celebrate Farm to Neighbors’ third year anniversary, while shopping for some organic produce. July 16, 12 noon till 6 pm, The Grand Summit.
Chia Street From the makers of Woodstock Fair comes the market with music and beer, at the ever-convenient location in Sanlitun. June 29 till July 1 from 4 pm till 10 pm, Topwin Center
The Beijing Flea Market is always popular, and we are happy that they are not too scared of summer heat to bring us nice food and goodies. July 29, from 12 to 6 pm, Pop-Up
Pictures: courtesy of the vendors