Busy times on the horizon!

So, farmers market season is just about over – only one Saturday morning market left in the regular season! Which is sad; I’ll miss the weekly routine. But there’s plenty going on to keep us busy for the foreseeable future anyway! So it seemed like time to sum it up in a list here, as well as the usual calendar-tracking you can find on the Find Us page.

So:

Friday, October 30: Last-minute notice, I know, but we’ll be at the Women’s Fair in Oxford, KS from 4 pm to 7 pm. Should be fun!

Saturday, October 31: Final Saturday of the regular market season; we’ll be at 21st and Ridge from 7 am to 12 pm. Come help us wrap up the season with a bang!

Thursday, November 5: Suds & Foam and the Gnome! This is a foamy event at a local brewery, Hopping Gnome. We’re launching a new Hops in the Shower soap made using their Frank’s Oatmeal Stout, and you can get custom-blended lotions and liquid soaps, too – as well as browsing a selection of our regular product line. All with beer in hand!

Saturday, November 7: Crafts & Drafts in Kansas City. This will be the third year we have done this show and it’s been awesome every time! And yes, this means we’re doing two beer-themed events in one week. But in different states!

Friday, November 13 through Sunday, November 15: Shops at the Gala at Century II. This looks like it’s gearing up to be quite a whirlwind of awesomeness! Three full days of shopping extravaganza.

Saturday, November 14: Buttons & Bows in Manhattan, KS. Yes, this is the same weekend as above! We’re pursuing a “divide and conquer” strategy here, and will have a presence at both events on Saturday. Anyone who brings a mocha to deliver to whoever is running the booth at either of these shows will get a free bar of soap, because we will DEFINITELY need the caffeine.

OK, I think that’s enough for one post – it gets us a few weeks into the future, anyway. I’ll talk about the rest of November and maybe even some of December later!

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Founder of Foam on the Range soaps. View all posts by Amy Young

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