Monday, November 12, 2012

Shows This Week: Nov 14 - 18

Popping in to let you know about the 3 shows I'm going to be at this week.  It's a mad scramble getting it all up and running.   But I'm excited about all of them and looking forward to seeing all of you!

Nov 15 - 17                   Vasa Park Christmas Craft Show
                                    Vasa Park Ballroom
                                    3549 W Lk Samm Pkwy, Bellevue
                                    Wed 3-8pm, Thurs & Fri, 10am-8pm, Sat 9:30am-6pm
Nov 16 - 18                  Best of the Northwest Fall Show
                                   Pier 91 - Smith Cove Cruise Terminal
                                   Interbay/Magnolia area
                                   Fri - Sat 10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 5pm
Nov 16 - Dec 24           Allied Arts of Whatcom County
                                   Holiday Festival of the Arts
                                   1200 Meador St, near the Haskell Business Ctr
                                   Wed - Sun 10am - 6pm,
                                   Bonus Days:  Mon 12/20, Tues 12/21,  Sat 12/24 10am - 3pm

We're setting up the Allied Arts show tomorrow in Bellingham.  This is a new location from the last few years.  In fact, it's so spanking brand new to us that we didn't even know where it would be until just a couple of days ago.  So I don't know anything about it really.  It's in town, just east of I-5 and really easy to get to Lakeside exit, or from State St and downtown.  If you click the link above, the page for the Holiday Festival has a Google map on how to get there.  I'll post updates here on the blog once I've had a chance to see it myself and get all set up there.  
Vasa Park is this week too.  Last month was the fall-themed show and this one is the Christmas and Winter Holiday theme.  Tons of stuff to gift or decorate with.
And Best of the Northwest on top of it all!  We wait all year for this one because it's the biggest and best around!  We'll be at our new(ish) permanent home at the Cruise Terminal.  If you haven't been there before, again click the link to the site for maps, directions and info.  You can buy tickets online in advance and they are a little cheaper.   Plus (psst, secret stash here)  I've got just a couple of free passes left to this show.  If you know you're coming to this one, give me a call or email quick and I can mail one to you.  Need to know by the next day or so . . .