Want to know what’s happening at the Holiday Market?! Well you’ve come to the right place! We have a lot of great artisans to shop from this year and we’ve added activities for kids and music!
Sweet Gilead Confections – Candies and more!
Two Potters – Wood Fired Pottery
Red Trillium Press – Block printed journals and cards
Living Edge Woodworking – Wooden housewares and toys
Rocky Pasture Quilts – quilts and sewn goods
The Arts Bus – kids shirts, aprons, books
Luce Farm – Hemp Honey
One Chicken at-a-Time – goat’s milk soap & lotions
Earthwise Farm & Forest – Pottery, wreaths, & preserves
Olmstead Syrup – Maple syrup
Style & Sweetness – hair clips & ornaments
Darryl Booth – Friday, Dec. 8th 4-6pm
Andy Stone – Sunday, Dec. 10th & 17th 10am-12pm
The Arts Bus – make your own ornaments – Saturday, Dec. 9th 10am-12pm
Bethel Revitalization Initiative – create festive banners for downtown – Saturday, Dec. 16th 10am-12pm
We are so excited to see everyone at the shop!!
The Holiday Market is back! This year will include some of your old favorites such as Sweet Gilead Confections and Ingredient L designs and we will also be adding some new artisans. As always, great items from local craftspeople. Be sure to check out our Facebook Event for more information, let us know if you can make it, and invite your friends! Please contact us if you are interested in participating or have any questions!
Guess what!? We’re now on Facebook and Instagram!!
It’s easier to update all of you quickly through those platforms so be sure to find us and follow us. @BethelBlossomBlock
We will still be adding posts here when there’s lots of information to share so be sure to check here as well!
Share our new pages with your friends! If we get to 500 followers we will be giving away a prize!!
LuLaRoe is coming to the Blossom Block!!
LuLaRoe is a consultant based clothing line that offers men’s, women’s, and kid’s clothes that are comfortable, stylish, and fun.
I have two fabulous consultant that will be setting up shop, Terrie Farnham and her daughter, Kristina Waters. Check out the event page for more details and pictures of the wonderful items they sell. And don’t worry, if you can’t make it to the shop on the day they are there, they offer online shopping! That information and more can be found here.
Well folks, we made it through another semester here at Bethel University. The students are buzzing with excitement as the graduation ceremonies are about to begin. It seems like just yesterday we were hanging out at the student lounge…. actually it was last week. And here’s how it went:
A bookstore! And that is exactly what Bethel University is getting!
The Bethel University Bookstore and Student Lounge is coming to the Blossom Block this Saturday the 18th from 10am-4pm and next Saturday the 25th from 10am-8pm with live music from 6-8pm.
Did you hear that folks?! Live music!!
Other stuff to look forward to at the shop: Coffee, Hangout Area, Games, BU Swag, Great People, and Books!
For more information on classes at BU check out their website! Still so many great classes available, sign up today!
The Blossom Block Valentine’s Day Pop Up Shop was a great success. We had a wonderful time hanging out with friends, old and new. Over $1000 was put into our local economy by purchasing items by local artists. And I’m sure many Valentine’s days were made when loved ones opened their beautiful gifts that were carefully chosen from the wonderful items we had at the shop.
Here are some pictures from the fun.
We even had live music!!
What’s next? Well I’m glad you asked!
Next we have the Bethel University Bookstore and Student Lounge! We will be open on Saturday, March 18th and Saturday, March 25th!
Be on the lookout for more details. We will have books, coffee, games, BU swag, and hopefully more music!
Here’s a list of all the wonderful vendors we will have in the Valentines Pop Up shop!
Lisa Warhol/Maritza Martinez-Correa – Sweet Gilead Confections
Lindley Brainard/ Lylee Rauch – Ingredient L Woodworking
Teal Sallen – fine art and cards
Becca and Nathan/Two Potters – pottery
Sarah Roberts/Rocky Pasture Quilts – bags and quilts
Julie Hinman – yarn, homemade lotion and chapstick
Dayna Sabatino – stained glass and mosaics
Mary Floyd – handmade lace, vintage linens and aprons
Paul and Judy Cayer – turned wood bowls, honey
Georgia Olsen – handmade wine jelly
Evan Williams and Grace Pejouhy/Naught Hill – ceramics/pottery
Mary Pavone/Unclaimed Treasures – beaded jewelry
Mary Anderson/Loominations of Vermont – handwoven textiles
Mills Hardware – “man bouquets”
So many great items to shop from for your sweetie! Remember, our expert shoppers will be available to help you pick out the perfect gift! Mark your calendars!
In all the excitement of planning the next pop up I almost forgot to tell you how the last one went!
The Holiday Pop Up was a wonderful success!!
The facts: The shop produced over $3000 in profits for local artists and hundreds of people were brought in to a shop that was formerly vacant.
The anecdotes: Community members were able to enjoy a new space. Artists were able to show off their talents. Many people were able to learn about the exciting plans for the building. Neighbors could be seen meeting new people, chatting, and enjoying a cup of hot cider.
Thank you again to all that came in and enjoyed the shop! Please stop by again!
The Blossom Block has done it again! We have organized another wonderful pop up shop! This time, it’s a very special Valentines themed shop with gifts for that special someone.
We will only be open for two days so make sure to mark it on your calendars!
Friday, February 10th from 4-6pm. The shop will be open with art and gifts from many local artists and businesses. Plus, there will be a chocolate happy hour!!
Saturday, February 11th from 10am-3pm. The shop is open and we’ve added a special space for kids activities including games, legos, and making their own valentines gifts for others!
Not sure what to get? Don’t worry! On both days we will have expert shoppers there to help you pick out the perfect gift!!
Don’t forget to thank our sponsors! AARP, who funded our Better Block weekend, is back again to help keep our storefronts filled and our downtown happy. 🙂