Thursday, November 13, 2008

November 15th is Buy Local Day

This winter At The Warehouse is helping the local food pantries of the capital district with a food and sundries collection box and by selling their 2009 calendars (10$ suggested donation).
The calendars, called Recipes from Our Favorite Capital District Chefs make a great gift. They feature beautiful photography and the recipes to go with the featured items.

Saturday November 5Th is Capital District Local Firsts Buy Local Day.
They will be celebrating the day and the start of the Holiday Shopping season with their 2ND annual Buy Local Bash from 5-9 PM at the Sanctuary for Independent Media 3361 6Th Avenue, North Troy, New York. It promises to be an exciting event that showcases local businesses like At The Warehouse.

This month Bluebird Books, get 20% off book purchases over 10 dollars. Local teachers will receive a 40% discount. Sale ends November 30Th and does not include notebooks.

Teri Faul will be offering a stained glass ornament workshop Saturday November 22nd from 1-5 p.m. Spend an afternoon cutting glass. Foil and solder your own ornament under the expert guidance of a professional stained glass artist.

Teri has been working with glass for 15 years. Her work is on exhibition in the Faculty Student Gallery at the Arts center of the Capital Region. Teri regularly demonstrates her craft and sells her beautiful stained glass creations At The Warehouse.
Preregistration for the ornament class is required.

The FamiLee Jewels invite you to come in and see their new sterling silver spoon rings. The rings are made of baby spoons and demitasse spoons that have been hammered into a new form and inscribed with an inspirational word. Each ring is a dramatic piece of jewelry. They are part of The FamiLee Jewels Salvaged Style Collection.

While you are visiting At The Warehouse this weekend make sure to stop and look at the recently acquired life sized soft sculpture named Einstein. Warehouse cat Salvage has claimed his lap as her new favorite place to snooze.

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