Mass Ave Midnight Shopper

midnightIt’s coming this Friday-Mass Ave Midnight Shopper. Word on the street is 15 Mass Ave Merchants will be open ’til midnight for your shopping enjoyment! You can shop stores like Handmade Promenade, Silver in the City, Crimson Tate and more- read all about participating shops right here! We’re bound to come up with something extra fun for those of you who plan to stop in and shop late Friday- maybe a hot chocolate bar or a make-and-take craft? What do you think? I think it sounds like too much fun!

And, we’ve just learned something else exciting for parents looking for a night out:

Good news for all you parents who want to stay out late. The YMCA at the Anthenaeum is offering Parent’s Night Out during Midnight Shopper. You can drop the kiddos off—ages 6 months to 12 years—for some holiday arts & crafts, a movie, snack and holiday fun! They’ll be open from 5-9pm. Register you kiddo now, space is limited. Call the YMCA at 685-9795.

And lastly here’s a look at more vendors and their items you can find in the shop at 750 N. College Ave (we’re just around the corner from 45 Degrees on the Cultural Trail).  Woot!

vendorfeature9Vendors featured in this post from top to bottom: Addison Ava makes the most adorable dresses for toddlers and we have several sizes available in the shop. Fanfare and Foofaraw is back again with wonderful, functional ceramic pieces. Angela Vinson also has brought us some fantastic ceramics with a focus on cups, mugs, and bowls in lovely designs. She says she will bring us some casserole dishes later next week and we have our fingers crossed! New to the shop this year is the fun Indiana themed art from Becca’s Bits and Pieces– they have taken over a whole wall in the shop, so come check them out! Last in this feature are the crochet bags of ToshiBoo Designs– they are new to the shop this year and we have tons of different colors and sizes!


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One Response to Mass Ave Midnight Shopper

  1. Jon Clark says:

    This is a great blog! We enjoy all things handmade. Our organization supports good stewardship and of course we shared information during the holidays about creative giving, and donating your time. It’s great when people come out to support the small and local business owners as well. It’s so important that we think of Christmas as a time to give from the heart and give what we have rather than focusing on what we can spend or don’t have. Keep it up Sunday Afternoon Housewife. Great job!

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