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The holiday season is here!

Nov. 21-22 Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Holiday Fair, Newtown, CT
Nov. 29 Jewelry Sale at Off The Beaded Path, Great Barrington, MA
Dec. 5 Bard Craft Fair, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Dec. 6 Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School Yultide Fair, Harlemville, NY
Dec. 13 Sheffield Market, Sheffield, MA
Dec. 20 Sheffield Market, Sheffield, MA

If you’ve got any questions or need directions don’t hesitate to ask!

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Back on the web!

I can’t recall if I posted about this, but in late July I got my website all finished up! Check it out: Soasa Designs Of course I haven’t had time for the most important step, the actual listing of pieces. This collection that I’m presenting is one that I am fond of, a melding of old favorites and new loves. The challenge of selling both on and offline is a big one, especially with the volume of events I have coming up in the next few months, but I am confidant in what I have to offer to the internet.

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Come find me this Fall, I’m going to be all over the place!

Sep. 6+20, Oct. 4+18 Hillsdale Farmer’s Market
Sep. 14 Mountain Music Festival, Bethel, NY
Sep. 20 Pawling Arts & Crafts Fest, Pawling, NY
Sep. 21 Earth Day Festival, Bethel, NY
Oct. 4-5 Hudson High School Craft Fair, Hudson, NY
Oct. 11-12 Warren Fall Festival, Warren, CT
Oct. 18 Green Meadow Fall Fair, Chestnut Ridge, NY

As you can see there are a few dates that are doubled. In those cases my Mom will be working the Farmer’s Market for me, so you should really go keep her company!

I’m anticipating having my Etsy back online by the end of the month so keep an eye on Soasadesigns.com for updates!

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I have a dilemma. I’m reading Terror and Liberalism by Paul Berman and it’s a wonderfully intelligent book, but it’s a bit heavy. I’ve suddenly been struck by the urge to read the book on Waldorf Ed. that my mom gave me for Christmas (that’d be Waldorf Education: A family Guide, for those who are interested) but I do want to read this Berman book. I’m afraid if I stop now I won’t pick it back up, but by refusing to start reading another book without finishing it I find I’m simply not reading anything. What to do?

Also! Old Songs went wonderfully this past weekend. It’s a fabulous little festival, a really comfortable size, very family friendly and mellow. I felt safe and welcome the entire weekend! It rained a bit but we were ready for it and it was no problem! Up next is Grassroots in Trumansburg, NY, followed promptly (read: two days later) by Falcon Ridge in my hometown Hillsdale, NY. I hear fabulous things about Grassroots, and I know from experience that Falcon Ridge is the highlight of many people’s year, including my own! Y’all should come on by!

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20/20


Cosmos – OOAK, originally uploaded by Soasa Designs.

In two weeks I’ll be 20 which is a lame age because you get the responsibility of not being a teen anymore, but no new privileges. I’ve decided that this isn’t fair, and if I can’t be rewarded for my age, at least someone should be!

So! Since I owe it to all my customers that I’m able to buy groceries, and thus live to be 20, you are the ones who will be rewarded! For every $20* you spend between now and March 4th I’ll give you 20% off! Now, if you were on my mailing list I would also be telling you the secret code for free shipping. E-mail me at RobinMarie at SoasaDesigns dot com if you’d like to be added!

Valentine’s Day is passed, but Mother’s Day is coming, though really, do you need an excuse to buy jewelry?

* This offer does not apply to Team NOLA purchases, of which 50% are donated to Habitat for Humanity SUNY New Paltz.

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