Monday, March 4, 2019

A cooler Northside Summer Market?

It's March so it's time to start the engines again!
Welcome to Northside Summer Market 2019.

This year will be the coolest to date. Literally. The past few years we've been blasted with mid-day heat waves -- the hard to breathe kind -- so we've decided to quit the heat.

From this point on, information and updates will be released every few weeks. But for now, please start planning for Northside Summer Market: Dawn & Dusk Edition! That's right, we're eliminating all of that middle-of-the-day-outdoor-sauna-madness and opting for just the morning and night.

The cool morning air Yard Sales and Neighborhood Art Installations will pretty much stay the same, but the LIVE performances and the main art event(s) will be starting as things start cooling off ...much later into the afternoon/early evening.

ALSO, our friends over at Humble Monk Brewing Company are officially open, so go ahead and start anticipating the good times ahead.

Cheers for now,
Team PAR-

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Thank You!!

Northside Summer Market was a great day and we could not have pulled it off without the help of our volunteers, sponsors, our participating art vendors, grantees and festival attendees.  With that, we would like to personally thank:  

Humble Monk and Bertke Electric for hosting us this year.  THANK YOU!  

Thank you to our grantees for activating the neighborhood as well as the main location.  Those participating organizations include:  NoteAble, Madcap Puppets, The Adventurer, Wave Pool, Fourthwall Youth Studios, Cincinnati Community ToolBank.  Thank you again to those individual artists who received collaborative grants including Douglas Borntrager, Lucia Jackson, Abby Friend, Debra Randall, Meredith Shockley-Smith, Tim'm West, Rick Wolf, Casey Dressell and Matthew Grote.  

Thank you to our performers on the NoteAble stage including the NoteAble Youth Guitar Ensemble, Emily Ash, Om Srivastava and David Corns.

Thank you to our artists and vendors as well as everyone who attended the market and made the day a success!  

Thank you to our amazing team of volunteers who helped put this event together.  We truly could not have done it without you.  

And finally, thanks again to all of our partners and sponsors — John Hall Body Shop, Schaepher's Pharmacy, Northside Community Council, and The City of Cincinnati's Neighborhood Support Program!

We look forward to seeing you next year.
Saturday, August 3rd, 2019


Friday, August 3, 2018

2018's Summer Market Map & Schedule

Northside Summer Market is HERE!

Find the current map of the community yard sales and the community art collaborations linked below!

Thanks again for joining us!
Saturday, August 4th

9AM - 2PM: - Northside's Community-Wide Yard Sales 
- Yard Sale Central at CAIN (4230 Hamilton Ave)! 

Noon - 9PM: - The Creative Corner at 1645 Blue Rock Street 
- NoteAble Live Performances at The Creative Corner 

5PM - 9PM: - DJ Pillo and Selectas Choice at The Creative Corner 
- It's an outdoor dance party y'all!!

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

The NoteAble Stage at Northside Summer Market 2018

This years Northside Summer Market will include a community stage with programming by
NoteAble.  Performances will begin at noon and will include acts by four Cincinnati based groups with a wide range of musical personas. 

The first performance will be given by the NoteAble youth guitar ensemble.  With its roots in Northside, NoteAble cultivates strong minds and communities by providing free, daily, ensemble-based music education to Cincinnati youth.  They will be performing music arranged from all around the globe.

The second performance will be given by Emily Ash.  A singer, student and activist based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Emily is deeply passionate about exploring the infinite number of different ways in which we experience personhood.

Om Srivastava will be performing third.  He is a world musician who incorporates sound and concepts of North Indian rhythm in performance.  He is the recipient of the 2015 IndianRaga Fellowship and has performed alongside Grammy-nominated guitarist Fareed Hague at the Lincoln Center.

Lastly, attendees will encounter the wonderfully mellifluous styling of Dreams of Surfing, David Corn's solo project.  Bringing together chill electronics and beachscapes, Dreams of Surfing creates a new and unique type of dance music.

NoteAble Stage Schedule 

Noon:  NoteAble Youth Guitar Ensemble
1pm:  Emily Ash
2pm:  Om Srivastava
3pm:  David Corns

At the market's Creative Corner
1645 Blue Rock Street
Cincinnati, OH 45223

For more information about some of the groups, follow the links below: