Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Shop for Back to School At The Warehouse 8/16-17


Blue Bird Books is At The Warehouse's own children's book store. Blue Bird offers affordable, gently read, used children's books in a child and pet friendly environment. Its not too late to take advantage of Bluebird's summer free book offer. Laura says bring in your summer reading list to get a free book (up to $2.50 value). Offer ends August 31st.

Blue bird Books also has locally handcrafted gifts for children including totes, craft aprons and hats.
Shop for back to school At The Warehouse Albany's year round multifunctional Marketplace. Consider us the "Mallternative" that will help you get ready in style.

Carol Dratch-Kovler offers handcrafted notebooks and papers as well as macrame jewelry.

Stop by The FamiLee Jewels to find a necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings to match your new school clothes. Fred's turned wooden pens are back in a variety of hardwood designs.

Apothecary Rose Shed now carries a wide variety of dried fruits. They include cherries apricots, dark and green raisins, pineapple, cranberries, crystallized ginger, blueberries, strawberries, mangoes and Richard's latest addition sun-dried Fuji apples a treat both tart and sweet that would be perfect for lunchbox or afternoon snack.

Stock up on teas at The Good Leaf tea shop. Michelle and Joe tell us that tea is a healthy alternative to soda and coffee. When you drink tea you are offering yourself a pleasant indulgence that promotes health, vitality and well-being. They offer 70 varieties to choose from.

To sweeten your tea Bees on Earth has both summer and autumn honey ready for your use. Cindy and Julie can tell you all about the bees, the hives and the health benefits of eating local honey.

In other news:
Cindy Barclay and Bees on Earth and Center Square Honey are in the news again. The August edition of Life@home a Times Union publication features the bees the business and the Barclay's, in an article called Let There be Bees on Earth.

Ethan and Lars Turin have entered their piece called Impact in a juried show in Burlington Vermont. The show is part of Art Hop September 5-6. You can view this stunning work of art at http://www.larsturin.net/ under installations.

At The Warehouse is collecting school supplies for Shepherds Purse and organization that helps children to succeed in school. You can leave your donations in the basket at the center kiosk.

Summer Holiday At The Warehouse will be closed the weekends of August 23-24 and August 30-31. Our vendors will return the weekend of September 6-7.

This weekends entertainment will be provided by Tom Keller on Saturday and Mike Thomas on Sunday.

2 comments:

Lissa said...

I had the pleasure of experiencing a first-time Tarot card reading with Alyson of Dreaming Lion Tarot last Saturday -- the appointment, reading, and conversation were absolutely fabulous. (I posted a full write-up over at my blog earlier in the week.)

Saturday was a glorious afternoon At The Warehouse -- good conversation, beautiful new furniture to admire, tasty treats, remarkable crafters to watch "in action." Thanks for another great day!

Lissa

Bluebird Books said...

I agree that it's really great to see the crafters in action. And they are always happy to stop and chat about what they are working on. Teri Faul is going to make a stained glass piece for my newly renovated apartment and I can't wait to talk colors.