Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Love and Chocolate - February 9




The merchants At the Warehouse always love what we do, but we love it even more when there’s plenty of chocolate around. Stop by Saturday, February 9 between 10am - 3 pm to see what we have to offer for Valentine’s Day gifts:

Red Thread Confections handcrafted artisan chocolate – Local chocolatier Annika Pfluger uses organic, fair trade or local ingredients where ever possible to make her beautiful chocolates. A portion of their profits go to help children in need. http://redthreadconfections.com
The Good Leaf will be showcasing chocolate and floral teas, as well as hot chocolate. Owner Michelle Marks can help you put together beautiful wedding and shower favors too. www.goodleaftea.com
Scruff will have a chocolate and bake sale to help feral and unowned cats – Scruff (Spaying Capital Region’s Unowned Feral Felines) is a feral-cat rescue group made up entirely of dedicated volunteers who support trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs that help save the lives of homeless cats and reduce feral colonies.
A Bun in the Oven will offer chocolate-dipped strawberries and extra chocolate all-natural and organic baked goods, as well as fair trade coffee
Apothecary Rose Shed is featuring Hudson River Hot Spots BBQ Mole sauce in addition to their organic bulk herbs and spices
Sistah’s of Albany has Valentine’s Day-inspired vintage-style aprons that will heat things up in the kitchen
A Candle Station & More has created special themed items for the occasion http://www.acandlestation.com/
The FamiLee Jewels will work with you to create custom-designed pieces for weddings, proms and special occasions http://www.thefamileejewels.com/
• Bring the kids by Bluebird Books, gently used children’s books, to make an old-fashioned Valentine www.bluebirdbookshop.blogspot.com
gemmesduterre will have lovely chocolate truffles and Valentine’s Day jewelry
Carol Kovler has handmade paper cards and pressed flower picture frames

“At the Warehouse” is an eclectic community of small businesses that share one thing in common – we have a passion for what we do. Our winter market also includes delicious local foods from Cascade Mountain Winery, Four Brothers Goat Dairy, Center Square Honey (http://centersqhoney.livejournal.com/) and Dines Farms, as well as unique home d├ęcor from Silver Fox Architectural Salvage, Lars Turin’s Fine art pottery and sculpture, and wooden home accessories by KG Concepts.

At the Warehouse is located at:
20 Learned St. in North Albany
(behind Miss Albany Diner)
431-0606
www.atthewarehouse.net