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The Easter market brings spring to Frankfurt

28.02.2018 | 12:22 Clock | Citywhispers
The Easter market brings spring to Frankfurt

Brrrr.. What kind of icy temperatures are these! We're all looking forward to spring, which we hope will soon come in leaps and bounds. If you want to experience a little bit of spring already now, you should definitely come to the Dominican monastery next weekend. There the Frankfurt Easter Market will take place for the 34th time. A total of 60 exhibitors will present their creative works over two days and of course also offer them for sale.

The offer is very diverse: arts and crafts such as porcelain painting, stuffed animals, pewter figurines, origami, floristry, ceramics, Erzgebirgische folk art, Easter flower arrangements, Thuringian glass art, cards and silhouettes you can find here. In addition, the countrywomen from Kirchhain are represented again this year and sell fresh country bread, sausage, cooked cheese, jams and Easter pastries. And world confectioner Bernd Siefert seduces with sweet treats. "With our exhibitors, there are always changes and new creative people who want to present themselves. This shows that the Easter market is popular and in demand," says Ingrid Bauer, who organizes the market on a voluntary basis.

The beauty of the market is that you can not only see handicrafts and various goodies, but also look over the shoulders of the creatives at work. This makes a visit to the Easter market an experience for children as well. The whole thing also serves a good purpose: the proceeds from admission and stand fees benefit the German Multiple Sclerosis Society (DMSG) regional association Hesse and local MS groups.

If that is not enough good reasons to visit the 34th Frankfurt Easter Market!

Saturday, March 3, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, March 4, from noon to 6 p.m.. Dominikanerkloster, Kurt-Schumacher-Straße 23, 60311 Frankfurt.

The cafeteria will be open.

Admission is two euros for adults, children up to twelve years are free

<link http: www.ostermarkt-frankfurt.de _blank>More info can be found HERE

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