Sales and Events this WeekendAuthor:Abigail Stone
Everyone’s conspiring to take my hard-earned moneys this holiday season! Luckily they’re doing it in the nicest way possible, by offering me deals in return. And guess what? They’re out to get you too. Here’s where to celebrate the holiday the American way (re: with your credit card) this weekend:
For the second weekend in a row, the 32nd annual Celebration of Craftswomen continues at Herbst Pavilion. Over 200 lady crafters will be there presenting their handmade, highly giftable wares.
- On Sunday, Urban Cottage SF brings together fifteen local designers for your shopping pleasure at the Richmond District Neighborhood Center. It’s free admission, and a portion of all sales will be donated to San Francisco Public Schools. Details here (scroll down).
A selection of goods available a Remodelista’s Local Holiday Market
Remodelista is hosting their first Local Holiday Market in collaboration with Mill Valley home design favorite SummerHouse. It’s from 12 to 4 this Sunday at SummerHouse’s Mill Valley warehouse and will include local vendors like Rough Linen, Ambatalia, and others. Details here.
Delphine is having their first warehouse sale this Saturday from 9am to 1pm. Along with mark downs on pretty paper and cards you’ll find discounted furniture, art, and plenty more to love. Info available on their website.
Any Los Angeles events going on this weekend? Let us know below.
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