Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Crisp nights and the warming colors of leaves are telling us that Autumn is in the air.
Sipping hot cocoa.
Fires in the fireplace.
Football games, raking leaves and running through the corn maze.
At The Warehouse has a lot to offer for your Fall activities.
Your fresh picked apples will look great in a bowl handcrafted by Lars Turin.
Decorate that new sweater with earrings or a watch from The FamiLee Jewels.
Recharge by drinking Good Leaf Tea sweetened with Center Square Honey from Bees on Earth after you rake those leaves.
Pack your tailgate party picnic basket with delicious soups, salads and sandwiches from Sophisti-Catering.
Fill your home with the great scent of cinnamon and other spices. The Apothecary Rose Shed has fresh herbs and spices as well as a variety of dried fruits for your baking needs.
Look great while you are in the kitchen with a Vintage style apron from Sistah's.
Sip Cascade Mountain Wines while you relax by the fireplace.
Make a beautiful fall bouquet with flowers from Carol Kovlers garden.
Bluebird Books is offering 20% off to teachers in the month of September.
Silver Fox has great new salvage and antique furniture items.Stop by and check out what's new in the warehouse.
Teri Faul will be exhibiting her work at The Arts Center of the Capital Region opening Friday September 26Th through December 26Th. Visit Teri and view her spectacular stained glass art during Troy Night Out from 5-9PM.
Business for sale:
Established bulk spice business for sale. Run for 6 years by it's current owner. Great home Internet business with a weekend kiosk At The Warehouse. Contact Richard at Apothecary Rose Shed and Spices-R-Us at 1 800-393-9571 or http://www.spices-r-us.com/ for details.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
At The Warehouse, North Albany's only year round multifunctional marketplace is a unique "Mallternative" shopping experience. Our friendly artisans and craftspeople man their own business spaces and kiosks, so you are purchasing handcrafted items directly from the hands that created them.
Mauri Lewis of Sistahs designs and creates the vintage style aprons that she sells. Each apron style has its own name--unique to the time period that inspired it.
Ella, Bonnie, and Becky of The FamiLee Jewels create each of the pieces that is sold in their shop. Each piece of jewelry is a unique expression in wire, gemstones, and a variety of beads from around the world.
Lars Turin coaxes his One Of A Kind Art from raw clay. You can see him work on his incredible pottery pieces when you visit At The Warehouse.
Carol Dratch Kovler hand ties all of the macrame necklaces and plant hangers that she sells in her store. The seeds and flowers that she sells come from her own gardens.
Alyson of Dreaming Lion Tarot handwork's her unusual dream catchers, each one is inspired by the natural world around us.
Terri Faul demonstrates her stained glass artwork as she sells it.
Cascade Mountain Winery bottles the wines that they sell.
The bees that produce the honey for Bees On Earth live in Ken and Cindy's back yard.
The Good Leaf blends their own tea.
Sample some of these great local products on you next visit.
At The Warehouse is pet friendly. We have a warehouse dog named Dutch and a warehouse cat named Salvage. Dutch is the official greeter and salvage watches from the counter while your treasures are being tallied (unless she is napping...........a very common occurrence).
Laura of Bluebird Books is giving a 20% off book discount to teachers during the month of September.
A frequent customer of At The Warehouse had company from out of town last weekend. They ordered Quiche and salads from Tom and Nicole of Sophisti-catering. The guests raved! Make the food for your next event delicious and easy by ordering from Sophisti-Catering's extensive menu.
Stained glass artist Teri Faul will be teaching classes in stained glass work at The Arts Center of the Capital Region from September thru December.
At The Warehouse will be having a Garage Sale. Dates to follow.