While it would be inaccurate to say that Birdie’s Variety is defunct, it would be okay to describe it as sleeping in for the summer. But we should be re-stocked in time for Northern’s Holiday Sale in December. In the mean time, let’s age gracefully.
There was one mile of vintage, antique, garage sale and weird stuff stalls in Anacortes last weekend, but I spent almost all of my ten dollar budget at the Bull Terrier Club fundraising booth. Nearly everything was a dollar. But they didn’t have a bellows, so I bought one somewhere else.
If you like advent calendars, envelopes, stories about kings and muddy boys and/or cliffhangers, this might be for you. http://www.etsy.com/shop/BirdiesVariety
The Moatkeeper calendar will debut in Olympia, Wash., on Friday, October 4 at the studios at 607 5th Ave SE during Olympia’s Arts Walk. The exhibit will feature Rhett’s original pen and watercolor illustrations. Please wander by.
Birdie’s Variety is going on tour! A small sale will be held at The Unknown #3, a mystical musical happening in Anacortes, Wash. The sale will occur on Saturday, July 20 at around 11:00 am. The address is 1202 7th St., Anacortes. This summer we are heading in the direction of Finnish stoneware, pots to cook fowl or wilt greens in, Heller in crazy quilt colors, and curious utensils. For more info on The Unknown, visit www.anacortesunknown.com.