Saturday, September 19, 2009

Barker's Herbs & Heirlooms at East End Food Co-op Art Harvest Tomorrow

Join a Fresh Crop of Local Artists (myself included) at the 4th Annual Co-op Art HarvestA community day of local food and farmers, live music, activities for kids of all ages and handmade art for sale. The festivities run from 12:00 to 5:00 pm.

All activities take place right in front of East End Food Co-op in Point Breeze- rain or shine!Details, including over 50 local artists, at

One Percent of the Co-op's sales for September 20th benefit the Kate and Peter Ambrusko Memorial Playground at the Environmental Charter School at Frick Park.

The Co-op Art Harvest is part of PASA and Western PA Buy Fresh Buy Local ® Local Food Month! More information about other events at

Friday, September 4, 2009

Crafts N At Craft Fair Tomorrow

Crafts n'at
Crafts N’At is handmade crafty awesomeness: Pittsburgh style. Come out to get inspired, support local artists, enjoy some BBQ, to check out an amazing array of goods/services in the silent auction and raffle, to support a good cause, and to have fun!
Crafts N’At is an opportunity for independent crafters to show and sell their wares, establish their business, and to celebrate creativity. It features 63 vendors (including me aka BarkerBell), make & take crafts for children and adults, craft demonstrations, live performances, a pick-a-prize raffle and silent auction, and an outdoor BBQ.
The Union Project 801 North Negley AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15206. There is also free parking across the street at the Craig Academy (corner of Negley and Stanton).Saturday, September 5, 2009{Labor Day Weekend}10am to 6pm
Crafts N’At is brought to you by the Pittsburgh Craft Collective. We are a group of 50+ members working to create a strong and vibrant craft community through social and resource networking, education and workshops, and information sharing.
The Pittsburgh Craft Collective will work each year to raise money for a charity in conjunction with this event.
This year’s show will benefit [ gravity + grace ] and the Parkinson Foundation of Western Pennsylvania (PFWPA).[ gravity + grace ], a contemporary opera written by Frank Ferraro, reveals his struggles with Parkinson’s Disease and will premier Sept 25th at the Hillman Center for Performing Arts.
All net proceeds of [ gravity + grace ] will be used to support the PFWPA programs and services for people with Parkinson's Disease, their families and caregivers.


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