November 26, 2014
If you’re in town and want to see what Realms is up to, here’s where we’ll be.
The Festival of Lights is a really special event; it’s a show put on each year by Amy Gould in her stunningly decorated Victorian home across from the Armory (510 North State Street). Some of my favorite artists will be there selling their work. I will be bringing lotions, gift baskets, barrettes made from repurposed vintage jewelry and glass assemblages. The dates are Friday evening, December 5 from 5-9 PM and Saturday, December 6th from 11 AM-5 PM. This is by invitation only, so this invite is your entry in.
Going on right now is the Allied Arts Festival. This year it’s in a great location — across from the entrance to the mall on Bakerview, in the shopping center with the new Burlington outlet (4145 Meridian). It’s a nice building with lots of windows and natural light. There are several wings with small groupings of artists that make the whole experience more intimate.
July 29, 2013
Here’s where we’re at the rest of the summer. Please stop by and say hi!
Ferndale Public Market
Main Street on the Riverwalk
We’ll be there most Saturdays throughout the summer
Port Townsend Uptown Crafts Fair
Saturday, August 17, 10a-5p
Tyler Street, uptown Port Townsend
Ferndale Street Festival
Saturday, August 24, starts at 10a
October 27, 2009
Starting the first weekend in November and continuing through Christmas eve, my Realms products will be appearing in the following crafts fairs:
St. James Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, November 7, 9:00am-3:00pm
910 14th Street (across from Lowell Elementary)
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Bellingham Covenant Church Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, November 14, 9:00am-4:00pm
1530 E. Bakerview Rd.
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Allied Arts Holiday Festival of the Arts 2009
Friday, November 20th through Thursday, December 24th
Open 10am-6pm Wednesday-Sunday (Dec. 24 closing at 3:00pm)
3548 Meridian (formerly Cascade Furniture, across from the Bellingham Country Club)
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August 5, 2009
What a time! The Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival was great. I was honored to be among such amazing artists. We couldn’t have ordered up better weather. The place was packed and the booth location was perfect. Behind us was a picturesque antique store, then the water.
We left three sides of the tent open and put up the new Realms sign that Kev’s cousin Tim had made up for me in back.
I sold out of my new shaving soap!
And, for the first time, I have the feeling that I may just be onto something — something worth pursuing.
July 27, 2009
Friends and supporters…
Realms products will be making their final appearance of the summer season coming up next weekend at the Coupeville Arts & Crafts festival. This is one of Washington state’s oldest juried arts and crafts fairs, and I am honored to be appearing for my fisrt time. Realms shaving soap will be making its debut too 🙂
I hope to see you there.
June 14, 2009
It was a gloriously sunny day. In fact, it was the first Memorial Day weekend since 1966 that had three consecutive sunny days. I had high hopes, but learned that age old valuable lesson about retail: location, location, location. My booth was down on 10th Street instead of up on the main drag. It was also sandwiched in by pony rides on one end and a jumping cage on the other end. No one knew there were booths inbetween. So, as my fellow 10th St. merchants and I wistfully watched the the wall-to-wall foot traffic on the street above, the day passed quietly for us. My friends who knew I was going to be there came up to me the next week and said, “Where were you? We looked all over!”
So, needless to say, next year, I hope to be up on 11th Street.
Not all is lost for the summer though, I still have one festival coming up: the Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival on August 1st and 2nd. Fingers crossed the location is going to be much better.
May 16, 2009
Please do a sun dance for me for the upcoming crafts fair at the end of the Ski to Sea Race in Fairhaven on Sunday, May 24th. I’m going to be one of the vendors at the street fair. I’m just hoping it won’t be a rain out. You never can tell this time of year. Please stop by and see me. There are going to be some special sale items 🙂
October 28, 2008
Getting kinda jazzed. This Saturday, November 1st, is the beginning of crafts fair season. The Holiday Bazaar at St. James Presbyterian Church runs from 9:00am-3:00pm. The church is located at 910 14th St., across from Lowell Elementary. Each year the bazaar runs in sync with the biggie, Potpourri of Art at Sacred Heart, which is right down the street at 14th & Knox. It’s a block of bazaars.
Then, the following Saturday, November 8th, is the Holiday Bazaar at Bellingham Covenant Church, 1530 E. Bakerview, west of the Hannegan. The fair runs from 9:00am ’til 4:00pm.
Hope to see you there.