We all have a touch of the “wantsies” since the new fall line from Coyuchi has arrived! Stop by to have a look and you will hear us all oohing and aahing over the gorgeous textures, fabrics and finishes that make Coyuchi so special.
Ask us to show you the new items that we love to dress your bed for the season – whether it is to add a washable wool & cotton Sequoia blanket to your existing bed or to take the plunge into a set of organic, linen sheets. It’s the perfect time of year for nesting and we are here to help!
Come in and have a look (and feel) for yourselves…
Flat- and waffle-woven elements combine to create a loosely structured honeycomb effect in our Crystal Cove duvet and shams. The subtle, monochrome patterning adds texture and dimension to a room without overpowering.
DON’T FORGET THE LINEN CHAMBRAY…
Our organic linen duvet is woven from French flax, organically grown and processed using water-saving traditional methods. The classic chambray weave crosses white warp yarns that are dyed using low-impact dyes for color that’s kind to the planet and to sensitive skin.
Even more absorbent and breathable than cotton, and more insulating as well, linen will keep you cooler and drier on warm nights and warmer when the nights turn cold. Woven to a sturdy 185 gsm weight, and garment washed for relaxed hand, it’s durable enough to dress the bed year-round and destined to become more supple with every wash.
GASTRO-GO-GO ROAMING FOOD PARTY
This Sunday Gastro-go-go comes to Bunker! The Hungry Collective is bringing the food truck heat with 6+ food trucks from 12-5pm, you don’t want to miss out! 🍽🚚🍺
Bunker will have plenty of beer to go with all that food, including Bunktoberfest pouring this weekend!
As seen in Maine Today, PORCHFEST is this Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. This year marks the Fifth annual Porchfest in Portland’s Deering Center neighborhood. Spend the afternoon strolling or better yet peddling around from one spot to the next where you’ll hear live, local music out on porches, lawns and driveways. Bicycles are suggested as your mode of transportation though parking is also an option.
Check the Porchfest Facebook page for details. This year Porchfest is taking place west of Stevens Avenue on Leonard, Richardson, Best, Brentwood and Alba streets. Happy roaming!
(photo by Joel Page)
MAINE CHEESE FESTIVAL
The Maine Cheese Guild annual festival celebrating and showcasing Maine Cheese will be held Sunday, September 9, 2018 at Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport, Me. We hope you’ll join us and support, discover and enjoy Maine Cheese!
The festival is a key annual fundraiser for the Maine Cheese Guild, a non-profit trade organization which works to educate and support Maine cheesemakers.
The Maine Cheese Festival is a tasting and shopping event showcasing artisanal Maine cheese from over 25 Maine cheesemakers plus local craft breweries, Savage Oakes Winery, food trucks and artisan food vendors. The Festival is an opportunity to learn about, taste, and purchase Maine-made cheese.
Workshops focused on cheesemaking, tasting, fermenting foods and wine/beer making will be hosted throughout the day in the visitor’s center.
Ticket sales will be limited to 2,000 this year and are anticipated to will sell out. Wolfe’s Neck Farm will offer camping packages for the weekend at their campground adjacent to the festival site. Tickets: $15 online and $18 at the gate if any are remaining by the event date.