On Feb 5, 2015 5:56 PM, "C&C Lobsters and Fish" <topnotchhull> wrote:
Hello to our Farmers Market Customers,
We will be at the Wayland Winter Farmers at Russell’s Garden Center (397 Boston Post Rd.) on Saturday February 7, 2015 from 10am-2pm. If you would like to pre-order to ensure your selection, we will hold it for you at our stand on ice until you arrive. If you are unable to make it to the market, we will be happy to deliver after 2:30pm.
Fresh Fish Available:
Atlantic Shrimp (peeled and de-veined)
Nantucket Bay Scallops
Fresh Crab Meat
Fresh Lobster Meat
Fresh Caught Lobsters (live or boiled, all sizes)
*If there is anything that is not on our list that you are interested in, please let us know!
Please include phone number with your order. Please place your order before 6am Saturday morning. If you have any questions, please let us know!
Carolyn & Chris Manning
C&C Lobsters and Fish
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Also, I like way they word things. Simple, approachable. How can an artisan at this event reach out to get people into their booth, into their mailing list, and engaged w them for years? What can they offer? Which apps, solutions, orgs might be included?
In situ? Design and decorators, gift cards for shows? Shop, sip and shmooze – special events with your favorite artists? Tap artists mailing lists and offer promo.
On May 8, 2014 5:03 AM, "Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen" <handmade> wrote:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 145 white tent canopies brimming with beautiful objects line the sidewalks surrounding the outer perimeter of the renowned park. View this email in your browser
This weekend is the time. Rittenhouse Square is the place.
May 9, 10 & 11, Philadelphia
On Apr 14, 2014 11:46 AM, "George Lewis" <framingham18> wrote:
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Here is a fascinating story of the first woman to obtain a United States Patent for her invention of the Paper Bag Machine in 1879. She lived in Framingham at 287 Hollis.
For many women inventors in years past, the invention process was twice as difficult because, in addition to the hardships of inventing, they also faced the skepticism of a world that didn’t believe women could create something of value. Fortunately, over the years, that perception has been blown out of the water by women inventors like Margaret E. Knight, who were willing to fight for the accolades and recognition they unquestionably deserved. She is the original "bag lady." This is another Bit of Southside History. Please read the article:
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I think you might enjoy this show (this weekend): Two More Splendid Days at Paradise City Arts Festival (Marlborough
This is a heads-up for an event this weekend that I thought you’d be interested in checking out.
Paradise City Arts Festival (Marlborough this weekend, Northampton later this Spring) is an amazing collection of people, things, music, conversation … and stuff to admire or buy for yourself or others. Choose your budget and find something awesome (or just have a really great time looking, talking, learning, and bopping around).
I’m going tomorrow (Sunday). You should go too!! There are links to exhibitors, highlights, coupons, directions etc in the newsletter below. If for some reason you want to go straight to their website, it’s www.paradisecityarts.com.
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march 21, 22, 23 • royal plaza trade center • marlborough, ma
Yesterday was my first chance to walk the entire Paradise City Arts Festival – what a gorgeous show it is! If you were there yesterday and enjoyed it as much as I did, I hope you’re telling your friends or passing this email along.
Didn’t get there Friday?
You have two more days to check out this awesome collection of outstanding craft designers, painters and sculptors from all over the country.
And what a perfect way to spend the first weekend of Spring! Inside Paradise City there are flowers blooming (even if some of them are six feet tall and made of metal), color is everywhere and the weather is just fine. I’ve already fallen in love with some of the spectacular new furniture, like Larry Elardo’s sculptural ceramic, glass and wood desk and Joel Mark’s polished and highly original cabinets and tables. The selection of jewelry includes some of the best work I’ve seen. And as an artist, I find myself positively inspired by everything on display this weekend.
Plus there’s Motown and Swing by The O-Tones and fabulous vocals by Barbara Ween and Cafe Society. While you’re there, don’t miss the highly entertaining special exhibit, ‘Laughing Matters!’. And there’s always free parking.
This show kicks off our 2014 season! Whether you live in the Boston area, or you’re contemplating a day trip or overnight from anywhere in the Northeast, we’d love to see you. We’re open today from 10am to 6pm, and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Don’t forget your discount admission coupon!
See you there!
Linda Post • Founding Director