Our Facial Mask Minis Trios Packages are making their debut tomorrow at the Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar! Shop us at 501 Union Street in Brooklyn from 11am to 5pm. See you there!
Shop online at http://www.NaturallySusans.com
Just in time to make its debut tomorrow at our West Elm Scarsdale popup event!
Gently Cleanse. Purify. Exfoliate.
Dull and problem skin be gone! This facial mask blends Moroccan Red Clay and organic grains to gently cleanse and purify pores, while minimizing pore size and leaving skin soft to the touch. Suitable for sensitive skin.
See you tomorrow from 12pm to 5pm at West Elm in Scarsdale or shop us online at http://www.NaturallySusans.com
‘No More Chemo’ parties are held when a young St. Jude cancer patient finishes chemotherapy treatments. Let’s help them have more of these celebrations going forward! Join us at Williams-Sonoma Home in Chelsea this Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm and help raise funds to find cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. As part of our mission to give back, we’ll be donating a percentage of our popup sales proceeds to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Our Pampering Station is here at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market! We’re open every day through December 24th on Monday through Friday 10am to 8pm, and Sunyday 10am to 7pm. See you soon!
COLUMBUS CIRCLE HOLIDAY MARKET (Booth C6)
Columbus Circle, 59th Street and Central Park West
(November 28 – December 24, 2017; Mon-Sat 10:00am to 8:00pm / Sun 10:00am to 7:00pm
“The 5th Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar is going to be bigger than ever. We’re not just saying that — this year we’re expanding to a second venue. We have an incredible weekend planned at 501 Union and Green Building NYC with the best of Brooklyn talent: handpicked makers, food, drinks, crafts for kids and tons of fun activities for the whole family. Mark your calendar for Nov 25 + 26 and tag a friend you want to go with! See you there.” ~ Brooklyn Makers
Tomorrow marks exactly one year from when we first popped up at their beautiful new venue. Thank you West Elm DUMBO for partnering with us! You’ve made our journey even more amazing!
Our Pampering Station will be set up at West Elm DUMBO tomorrow, Sunday, November 19th, from 12pm to 5pm..just in time before our December holiday season begins. So, come by, grab a cup of coffee from Brooklyn Roasting Company and shop West Elm‘s wonderful selection of home decor and gifts for the holidays. And, we’ll have our skin care treats ready to help your skin stay moisturized and protected this Winter season. We’ll see you tomorrow!
And, in collaboration with West Elm LOCAL, we’ll be donating a percentage of our sales proceeds from our Pop Ups to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to help find cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Thanks for your support!
Fast Forward to the end of the evening when we were so excited to present our first donation for St. Jude to West Elm DUMBO ! Such an amazing year it has been so far and we look forward to seeing you again soon! Our best wishes to you for a wonderful holiday season!
We’re so excited! We’ll be among 17 local artisans selected to participate in our shop at BRIC’s Celebrate Brooklyn! Summer concert series. This is our fourth season participating in the Shop and our all-natural and organic skin care products from Bug Sprays to Facial Mists to our coveted Avocado Moisturizers will be featured with other wares including picnic blankets, jewelry, and one-of-a-kind apparel. The Shop will be open during each performance, so come by to enjoy the performances and to say hello!
For more details, see our press release below or check out our website at http://nyhandmadecollective.org/celebratebrooklyn/
Back for a seventh season, the NY Handmade Collective (formerly known as the Etsy New York Street Team), a local community of professional artisans, will again be the sole merchandise vendor for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!, the premier outdoor summer festival concert series in Prospect Park.
From June 7th through August 12th, NYHC will give show attendees exclusive access to a diverse, all-handmade capsule market of goods made by local artists – your friendly staff during all of the shows. Come in and talk shop with any one of them to find out more about NYC and the handmade market collective, the techniques that go into producing their wares, or just to say hello!
Whether a local Brooklynite or a visitor to the borough, anyone attending BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! this summer will be drawn to supporting the NYHC artisans by shopping local and taking home a one-of-a-kind gift as a tangible reminder of the experience.
About BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!
In its 38th season, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! is one of New York City’s longest running free outdoor performing arts festivals. Launched in 1979 as a catalyst for a Brooklyn performing arts scene and to bring people back into Prospect Park after years of neglect, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! was an early anchor in the park’s revitalization. Over its history, the festival has presented over 2,000 artists and ensembles reflective of the borough’s diversity. Most BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! performances are free.
About BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn
BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn is a multidisciplinary arts and media non-profit dedicated to presenting contemporary arts, performing arts, and community media programs that are reflective of Brooklyn’s diverse communities, and to providing resources and platforms to support the creative process.
About the NY Handmade Collective
Created in the summer of 2007, the NYHC is made up of over 250 artists, designers, and crafters based in the metro New York area who create and sell handmade items on Etsy.com, a global marketplace for handmade goods. NYHC is a vibrant, nonprofit group of regional artisans committed to educating the community and developing the potential of its members through mentorship, market opportunities, and small business development. By focusing on selling events, clarifying the creative process, and the promotion of quality handmade goods, NY Handmade Collective broadens individual possibility while bringing people together, expanding the circle of community in our wider world. To learn more about the NY Handmade Collective visit http://nyhandmadecollective.org.