Tuesday, February 26, 2013

March News-Read All About It!

Bohemian Rhapsody

March is almost here, and we're going to liven things up! It's always nice to start the year with a clean color pallet so we started out with winter whites and shades of grey. Now it's time to kick it up in true gypsy fashion!   It's a great way to add ethnic culture and color to our tired interiors.  We have such an exciting month planned for you!

Join us at junk Evolution on First Friday, March 1
from 5-9 PM with special guest artist Dave Dale.  He’s our kind of guy!  He utilizes discarded items and turns them into beautiful, one-of-a-kind working guitars.  Up until now they've only been sold in New Orleans, but he's been working on this special exhibit just for us (it must be the luck of the Irish!)   Come and meet Dave from 5-7 pm.  His band
Elephant Rescue will play from 7-9.  If you are a music lover, you won’t want to miss this multi-talented artist!

We also invited Lyra Tirotta who will be launching her new company called "Lucky Lady Lu's."  She makes sweater clips out of vintage earrings.  She will be demonstrating the newest, hippest fashion trends.  Dig out the old cardigans and oxford styled shirts because they are back in style for Spring. This little accessory will make them look brand new!  

Saint Paddy's Day Sale at the Warehouse! 

1212 High Street,  past the Parks Department in the first set of gates on the left.  Parking available inside the gates.
Saturday March 16, from 9-5:00
Sunday March 17, from 12-5:00

This sale is for people who love to dig around for the deals and DIY projects.  It's a CASH and CARRY sale ONLY. So come with a wallet full of moola and a truck!   It's stuff in the rough.

EASTER is early this year (March 31) so we'll be bringing in wee bits of Spring mid-month for your celebrations.  

Purple Porch Co-op is helping with the cost of the snacks this month and they came from one of their bakers.  The Co-op is moving to the building behind us as soon as they get enough pledges.  We will have a representative and information available if you are interested in having an organic, locally grown grocery store in the

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