We know that every kid (and adult, *cough*) deserves a safe and fun Halloween. We’re delighted to continue the tradition of handing out Top-8-Free candies and cookies, as well as non-food items, in awareness of the Teal Pumpkin Project. Awards for the best costumes!
Learn more about the Teal Pumpkin Project: https://www.foodallergy.org/education-awareness/teal-pumpkin-project
Join in the fun of #nationaldoughnutday with our allergen-friendly, made-from-scratch donuts! We’re cranking out fun flavors all day long, PLUS we’re open until 9pm for First Fridays in the North Village Arts District. Free-from gluten, grain, and the Top 8 Allergens, you can have your cake donut and eat it too
We’re also hosting the Columbia Art League Mentorship program First Friday reception. Check out the details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/431222250786839/
Hop on down to the North Village Arts District for a quadruple threat of a good Saturday. Everything Easter served up with brunch specials of egg salad, deviled eggs, and the cutest chicken/bunny/lamb desserts around.
Tour the “Progressive Brunch” of NVAD and support hyper-local products at Fretboard, good food co., range free, and DrinKraft. Participate in a free scavenger hunt, and learn from local food producing organizations such as Columbia Community Urban Agriculture and Native Plants & More!
IT’S NATIONAL BATMAN DAY! Why are we excited? Well, Batman, duh. Pluuusss our Holy Chocolate Cake, Batman is on secret sale!! Riddle us this, who is your favorite Batman? Come by today and tell us, and you’ll get some cash monies off your slice of cake (you won’t know until you tell us, we’ve got a secret value system 🙂 But if you play your Joker cards right, you can get up to $2.00 off/slice!)
Hope Martin’s pastel drawings focus on the details — a zoomed in realism to slow the viewer down, to reflect:
“I find inspiration in the small and everyday things: my reflection in a frog’s eye, the patterns on a snail’s shell. They are full of details! They are also far from ordinary if you take the time to really notice them.
I aim, with my art, to give people a reason to slow down. I want them to notice the beauty of the little things that they miss. There is a sense of wonder to be found in those little things.”