YART was a great success. The Rain Date worked out very well, although many of you who planed to come Saturday were not able to attend Sunday. We missed you. A big thanks to our previous clients and our new ones for your purchases and we hope you get many years of pleasure from them.
YART wouldn’t be if it weren’t for Jesika and Toby Ellis. They and our fellow YARTISTS make this our favorite event season after season. Please accept our thanks.
If you weren’t able to make it to YART (or even if you did), you have another chance to shop with us and our neighboring merchants. This coming Saturday, October 26 we invite you, your friends, and your family to come downtown and Explore Blackford’s Grove. The bare details are posted below. More information will follow.
An invitation from the BGNA to
Explore Blackford’s Grove
Saturday, October 26, 2013
From mid-morning to mid-afternoon.
A gift for every visitor to “The Village in the City.”
# 1 – Patchwork Central (100 Washington, 242-2735) offers a self-guided tour of outdoor public art on its campus – visit www.artatpatchwork.wordpress.com.
# 2 – Soap Solutions (44 Washington, 431-3835), maker of artisan soap and body products, also sells art and Fair Trade products and will be open from 10 am to 2 pm. www.SoapSolutionsOnline.com
# 3 – Billy Hedel’s Studio & Gallery (916 SE Sixth, 303-4722) is offering a Fine Art & Collectors’ Sale and will be open from 11 am to 3 pm. www.BillyHedelStudio.wordpress.com
# 4 – The River City Food Co-op (116 Washington, 401-7301), a community grocer and purveyor of locally-produced, organic, and natural foods, will be open from 9 am to 5 pm. www.rivercityfoodcoop.org
Visit www.ExploreBlackfordsGrove.wordpress.com for more information.