What's new with Golden Farm? Find out at a community meeting with the grocery store's workers on Tuesday evening.
The gathering will be held at 351 E. 4th St., and will include members of Occupy Kensington as well as employees of the embattled grocery store, who remain deadlocked in a over years of unpaid back wages.
has been in effect since Aug. 18, and New York Communities for Change organizer Kate Barut said several would-be shoppers have been deterred from entering the grocery store.
Currently, between 4 and 5 volunteers are picketing outside Golden Farm each day, from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends.
Barut said the number of picketers on any given day is small by design, since the goal of the boycott is more to deter people from entering the store, not raise a ruckus.
"It's not like just a picket where people are marching in a circle," she said. "It's an active boycott."
Another rally will be held outside the store on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 12 p.m.
Check out the event on Facebook for more information.