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GOOD Greenmarket Party In NYC

We threw a party in NYC with Greenmarket back on June 7. It was, by all accounts, an exceptional Saturday. We had a photobooth there; you can see a slideshow of all the people who used it here. Here are a few of our photos. If you took any, Flickr tag them "GOODgreenmarket". Good people having fun..

We threw a party in NYC with Greenmarket back on June 7. It was, by all accounts, an exceptional Saturday. We had a photobooth there; you can see a slideshow of all the people who used it here. Here are a few of our photos. If you took any, Flickr tag them "GOODgreenmarket".

Good people having fun (close up)


So that's where the bees are going: the party circuit

Healthy, delicious, and sustainable: the trifecta

More good folks

Limbo...totally underrated

Soundtrack by Jacques Renault, These New Puritans (above), and David Prince "The Daily Swarm"

Photos by Eugenio Silvestriñi. Limbo photo by Christopher Berntsen.

Thanks to everyone who helped us pull this off: Jenn Su, Gabrielle Langholtz, Michael Hurwitz, Mary Cleaver, The Greenmarket, and all of our volunteers. Thanks also to JetBlue, Hope Equity, and all our supportive sponsors.For more information on the Greenmarket, a Program of Council on the Environment NYC (CENYC), please visit Greenmarket.

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