You’ve been wondering how good Nomadic Pies are, here’s your chance to taste one for yourself!
Molly Johnston, the enthusiastic owner of First Avenue’s Nomadic Pies, is inviting the community to her 1st Annual Nomadic Pies Holiday Sale on Saturday, December 14th, between 12:00pm and 5:00pm.
Not only will she have an assortment of her delicious pies as well as refreshments, hors d’oeuvres available for sampling (and purchase of course), the event is a chance for the community to support the local economy while exploring the offerings of some of Chester County’s most talented artisans.
Featured vendors include:
Arden and James is a Workshop and Mercantile founded by Briana Brant in 2011. It is a General Store of sustainable, meaningful products ranging from handmade vintage style teddy bears to 100% local beeswax candles. All goods are handmade in Briana’s home workshop, and each item is designed to make the most of nature’s raw materials. No patterns are used and each item is hand cut and pieced together to be one of a kind.
Bessie Handmade is a sewing partnership that was established in 2010. Using fun and diverse fabrics, Gabi and Kate create one of a kind totes, clutches, headbands, and retro-inspired aprons.
Tim Mountz and Amy Bloom of Happy Cat Organics have all the sustainable heirloom seeds and products you need, with inspired tools for growing and foraging your own food.
Heirloom, created by Whitney J. Mardsen, features jewelry, accessories, home goods and marketing and design services infused with both classic and modern influences.
Lauren Baker, founder of Tootsie Fashions, engages the concept of “upcycling” to create one of a kind, handmade clothing and accessories. She will also have a selection of Sylvia’s Socks, knit by her mom and guaranteed to keep your tootsies warm this winter!
See you there.