The Indie Craft Experience was last weekend here in Atlanta, and it was amazing as always!
I love supporting all of the great vegan restaurants in Atlanta, but I think it’s also important to encourage omni restaurants when they offer delicious vegan food. Candler Park Market just started offering suppers at their sandwich counter. They call the nightly menu “Eat Me,” and Dave and I have picked up suppers from them a couple of times since they started.
This past Saturday was Atlanta’s very first Veg Fest, and it was everything that I dreamed it could be!
This Saturday Margie’s doing a booth for Vegetable Husband at the East Point Farmers Market, and she asked if I’d be into doing a mini workshop on making refrigerator pickles!
Are you guys getting excited about Atlanta Streets Alive?
The event is this very Sunday from 2-6pm on North Highland Avenue. The organizers are working with the city to close the street to motorists. The event is going to transform that usually car-filled street with pedestrians, cyclists, art and food. It’s going to be big, y’all.
On Saturday, the Indie Craft Experience hosted Salvage, a vintage show. She show included an upcycled mason jar competition! Here are my faves.
It is official, y’all! Spring has SPRUNG! Here in Atlanta, it’s felt like spring for a couple of weeks already, and I’ve been fantasy shopping like crazy.
If you’ve got a passion for vintage like I do, you’ll be super thrilled that the amazing ladies behind the Indie Craft Experience are launching their very first vintage show, coming in April!
Whenever we have a super windy end-of-April-beginning-of-March, it reminds me of that old idiom about March – “In like a lion, out like a lamb.” This March is certainly blowing in like a lion! We’ll see about that other part.
There’s a new maker collective here in Atlanta, and they’ve got lots of awesomeness up their sleeves!