Thursday, June 12, 2008

This Weekend At The Warehouse June 14th - 15th, 2008

Cindy Barclay of Bees on Earth has been making the news lately. She along with her husband Ken have been Albany Beekeepers for 7 years. They sell honey that is made by Albany bees that gather pollen from city parks, boulevards, and gardens. Bees on Earth offers Seasonal honey, whole honeycomb, comb honey, spun honey and raw honey.
In addition to their honey Bees on Earth offers honey dispensers, gift baskets, beeswax tapers and votives, all natural soaps, lotions, lip balms, and sugar scrubs.
Bees on Earth also sells Cindy’s home baked cookies and muffins as well as delicious fair trade coffee----traditionally prepared and iced.
Cindy and Ken are part of a growing community of Urban Beekeepers. They were recently interviewed for an Associated Press article praising the trend as a unique and beneficial relationship for bees, beekeepers and cities.
Visit Cindy at Bees on Earth to sample this wonderful local product.
To read the Associated Press article:
To view a slide show of photos of Cindy and her bees:

Other news:
Richard at Apothecary Rose now carries dried fruits. He is offering mangos, blueberries, cherries, strawberries apricots, pineapples, raspberries, and cranberries. Enjoy them on their own or to top a fresh summer salad.

The FamiLee Jewels are featuring summertime jewelry. Come in and check out our new selection of ankle bracelets and sea glass pendants.

Sistahs Vintage Aprons has been invited to participate in the Friends of the Greenville Annual fundraiser craft fair Saturday June 14th.

Carol Dratch-Kovler is offering beautiful plants and cut flowers from her home garden. Stop by to see her zinnias, violets, ageratum, morning glories, larkspur, sunflowers, iris, black eyed susans, daisies, verbena, delphiniums and phlox. Carol is also happy to discuss your garden and give advice.

The Good Leaf says “Iced tea season is here!” All of their teas are available iced. Stop in and try them. Bubble tea has come to the Capital Region and is available at The Good Leaf. Look for the grand opening of their second location on Lark Street.

Silver Fox has just filled the yard with U. S. made concrete garden statuary. The variety includes dogs, cats, gargoyles, urns, buddas, birdbaths, classical and religious. Drive by, take a look and of course stop in for some food, fun and live music on the weekend.

This weeks live entertainment will be provided by Dave Render on Saturday and Tom Keeler on Sunday.

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