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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Cricket's Nest: Christmas Open House

Join our friends at the Cricket's Nest this Saturday, October 29th, 10 am to 4 pm, for the annual Christmas Open House! Their members have been busy making the most adorable ornaments, house fashion decor, and yard decorations imaginable! They have the traditional snowflake crochet ornaments and the fabulously sassy Snow Peoples, as well as hauntingly beautiful Morvavian LoveFeast Black Glass ornaments.

In addition to the Christmas items, there will still be a beautiful array of Fall Items including wreaths, floral arrangements, Halloween decorations, warm hats, fashionable scarves, and more! Be sure to check out the Primitve section of the shop for the unique and eclectic presentation of the Fall Season.

Shoppers purchasing over $25.00 in merchandise will receive a FREE gift bag made by a Cricket's Nest Member! (One per Customer--while supplies last!)

If you have any questions or need directions, please give them a call at 336-659-4315.

While you're there, pick up some of our Buffalo Gal's Goat Milk Soap too... it makes a great gift too!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

AFAS - Art for Art's Sake

Come down this Sunday to AFAS - Art for Art's Sake's October Sunday series' "Mixed Bag" weekend events and do some early Christmas shopping with our local artists - great local talent! See some pictures from the first 2 weekend events on their site.  

You can find us under the red tent selling our goat's milk soap along with our webnanny's silverware windchimes every Sunday in October from 1 to 5pm in downtown Winston-Salem.  Our neighbors, Fantasy Photography, will be there too selling items from their boutique and displaying some of their beautiful photographs.

AFAS is also on Facebook and Twitter where you can learn more about the event and the schedule for Sunday's music!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Piedmont Farm School

Cooperative Extension staff in Davidson, Iredell, Montgomery, Randolph, and Rowan Counties -announce the Piedmont Farm School 2012.

Get together and learn from experienced farmers and ag professionals twice each month from February through October.