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Shop Small – November 24, 2012 – Winslow Bainbridge Island, WA

November 23rd, 2012 at Fri, 23rd, 2012 at 8:32 pm by Lisa - Gluten Free Foodie


Do you know what sounds like the perfect day tomorrow? 
Participating in Shop Small Business Saturday in my community
on Bainbridge Island.

Tops on my lists tomorrow ...

I know I'm going to swing by 
Hitchcock and say 
Happy Birthday! 
It is so fun to see all the new and exciting things going on at the
Delicatessen and Charcuterie
My how they have grown in one year!
Grab a bite to eat for a snack, lunch or take home some hand cured meat or seafood .
All cappuccino and coffees are $1 all weekend - 
November 24 - 25.


One of my favorite shops along Winslow is Danger.  
I love that they offer local art and designs that are one of a kind - all inspired by the Pacific Northwest.
Say Hello to Dave Meyers and Kelly Asadorian the artists of
Myorian Studio  
Their designs are created from metal and glass for the perfect hand made gifts - big or small.
I love love love this wall piece - candle tree. 
 It will make any color on your wall pop from the dark metal 
and sparkle from the candle light.
Eh um ... Santa are you reading this?!?
The colorful plates are more than just art they are meant to be used.  Kelly makes various sizes for appetizers, dessert and platters.  Hang them on your wall or place them on a stand on your shelf when you aren't using them so you can enjoy the designs.  The plates always make a great gift for housewarmings and the holidays.

Myorian Studio designs are Made in Indianola, WA USA. 



Lighting and tabletop designs from Perhacs Studio
Inspired by nature, 8 laser cut leaves create this contemporary lighting.
I love how the light casts soft shadows around the room.
It makes my dining room and the food on my table look even more impressive!
 This lighting is made of recycled cardboard.
It is also available online in LED black, white and red.
Go to Danger to see some of Perhacs Studio  sustainable designs. Additionally
Brandon Perhacs designs are sold online.
Perhacs Studio - Made on Bainbridge Island, WA USA


There are a variety of special incentives at participating buisnesses along Winslow Way 
within walking distance from the ferry. Ask each shop about their specials this holiday season.
Plan to shop all day and attend the annual Christmas Tree lighting at 5 PM.


Do you have a wine lover on your list?
There are several locations to walk to for a wine tasting and finding the perfect bottled gift.

Knitters and want-to-be knitters on your list?
Another must visit is Churchmouse Yarns and Teas.
The most beautiful yarns, classes, gift certificates all make perfect gifts.

Book lovers? 
Eagle Harbor Bookstore is offering
 Kobo mini special prices.  Talk to them to learn more about setting up your Kobo account.
Traditionalist on your list that like the feel
of the book and pages in your hands, they have real books too!

Another one of my favorite shops is
The Berry Patch.
Everyone loves kitchen shops right!
Talk to Jane to find out the latest new kitchen tool that everyone needs
and is great for stuffing in a stocking.
The Berry Patch - kitchen tools! Yay!

Several new shops have also opened this year. 

Foodies!?! I am so excited about this! 
One of the newest shops opening tomorrow is 
An intimate food and wine table inspired by the Pacific Northwest.
Learn more about their events and classes when you visit their new shop.
124 Madrone Lane

 Lark Bainbridge
tableware, gifts and home decor store
104 Madison Ave

Petit and Olson
home furnishings, jewelry and clothing


All of the shops are so wonderful!
Spend the day and stay for the holiday festivities.



So now that you have some ideas for your gifts on your list.

Let the Holiday Shopping Season begin!
Put your heart and dollars back into our 
community this 
Saturday, November 24th.

Shop locally this holiday season for chances to win! 
 Pick up a complimentary Passport beginning 
November 24 from any participating retailer. 
Collect a stamp when you spend $10 at a participating 
retailer between November 24 - December 24. 
Collect stamps from 50% of the participating businesses 
and enter to win one of four Downtown Shopping Sprees, 
each worth $1,200! 
participating shop for more information.


Salud!
Lisa 

Learning to live Gluten Free is a challenge. Gathering with like minded people while exchanging ideas, life experiences and gluten free food is more interesting! So I created, Gluten Free Foodies, to support people with Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerant and other Food Sensitive people by gathering at events and celebrating the foods that we can eat! Do you have a Gluten Free question you want the answer to? Feel free to send me an email at glutenfreefoodies@gmail.com Original blog - GlutenFreeFoodies.co After all, didn't Erma Bombeck once say ... "I am not a glutton, I am an explorer of food."

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