Friday, Feb. 10th
We’ll be hosting Monica Squitieri at our San Francisco shop (275 6th Ave.) for a pre-Valentine’s Day trunk show! All of Monica’s designs are inspired by her favorite places in California. She’ll be bringing lots of new pieces we haven’t seen in person yet and lots of amethyst, February’s birthstone.
Ladies, treat yourSELF to a special piece that makes you happy.
Join us on Friday, November 18th from 6-9 p.m. for the Grand Opening of Foggy Notion at Macarthur Annex, a place for retail, food, art, design, & more.
644 40th St. @ MLK – half a block from the Macarthur BART Station
Foggy Notion’s new retail location will be in at Macarthur Annex, a brand new arts/food/retail com complex right next to Macarthur BART at 644 40th & MLK in Oakland. Our shop neighbors will be Contact Records and La Loba, plus a café by Subrosa and bar/restaurant/outdoor seating area. There will also be a variety of small businesses and artists studios. More details to be announced soon!
We had such a great time in Vicky’s introductory herb class last month, we though we’d bring her back for another one!
This time Vicky will teach the basics of making herbal-infused oils, salves, and creams. Come learn the diverse ways you can use homemade herbal oils in the kitchen, cosmetically, and to ease what ails you.
You will leave this interactive workshop with remedies prepared by you using freshly harvested, in-season herbs and a booklet with all the information you need to make more remedies for yourself, family, friends, and community! You’ll go home with:
No experience working with herbs required. All are welcome! $65 class fee includes all materials and can be paid in cash at the workshop. Class size limited to 12.
Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday is held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. As an alternative to Black Friday, when chain stores and big box stores entice shoppers with blowout holiday sales, Small Business Saturday celebrates independent businesses that give back so much to their communities. For ever $100 spent, local businesses put $68 of that right back into the local economy.
On November 29th we’re hosting Key & Kite. Danny Montoya will be here selling his faceted wooden sculptures (wooden “gems”) and wooden pendant necklaces. Both make great holiday gifts!