Sunday, April 19, 2009

Cherokee Open House report

I've been neglectful about saying how much I enjoyed the Cherokee Street Open House.

It was a beautiful day and I was really pleased with the turnout. Loads of people came by -- and why wouldn't they? Foam is such an attractive spot and such great care is going into it that I know everyone is as eager to see it open as I am. Pretty sure it will be open for business sometime this summer. Stay tuned!

Thanks very much to those of you who came by and took a look at my work. And, of course, to Mike from Foam for giving me a space to show my work. I really appreciate it!

Saturday, April 4, 2009


I'll be at Foam Coffee & Beer today beginning at 11 a.m. and going until we tire out, I guess! I have special one-day-only discounts and new work to show.

Most of the activities scheduled to happen on Cherokee today are between the hours of 11 a.m. and 9 p.m., but I know of at least a couple of other things that will be going later.

If you are bringing littles, think about stopping by mid-afternoon, when there will be stuff for kids at Foam. From Mike, Foam's owner: "If you have kids be sure to come by Foam (3359 S. Jefferson and Cherokee) for some free, family friendly entertainment. We'll be reading stories at 2:30 and have a musical performance starting at 3pm. I know there will be sing along and group participation as well as some original solo acoustic material. The weather is going to be nice and the doors will be open. Cherokee is the place to be! But of course you knew that."

Foam is on the northwest corner of Cherokee and Jefferson, right where the big statue is.

Please come by and see me! Don't forget that if you mention you read my blog, you get a postcard as my free gift to you. No obligation. You can cancel at any time.