Saturday, June 20, 2015

How to shop Lavender and Lace

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The Lavender and Lace vintage and antique show is at a beautiful private estate.  
So, while you are touring the gardens you will find vendors set up in garden rooms, in the orchard and along the driveway.  
Make sure to take a map at the entrance so you don't miss a vendor or area of the garden that is featured.

Most vendors will take cards, of course cash is always best. 
 For your convenience their will also be an ATM set up near the food shed.

As you enter 100 Clark Tunnel Road of of HWY 193, you will be guided into a big pasture for parking.  Walk to the gate where you will either purchase your ticket ($10, 12 and under free) or show your pre-purchased ticket. (available at High Hand or The Vintage Bricoleur)

Now the fun begins! 
Enjoy what the vendors have worked so hard to share with you. 

 If you make a purchase, their will be several porters to help you carry it to the porter station where Amel & Bridget of Special Spaces will be labeling your items and keeping it all organized while you shop some more.  If the item is very large, you will be able to pull up to the gate near the porter station and load up.

Look for these smiling faces.
Ashyln & Angela

Trevor & Arica

You will want to make sure and have a delicious lunch right there at Maple Rock Gardens from The High Hand Cafe while you listen to live music.

Also...  In our space, The Vintage Bricoleur we will be doing demos using Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan.


Saturday, June 27th 9-3

Maple Rock Gardens
100 Clark Tunnel Road Penryn, Ca 95663
 off HWY 193 and Sierra College Blvd.

Tour the gardens while shopping vintage and antique.  Enjoy lunch available for purchase by the High Hand Cafe, while listening to live music.  Check out the small scale garden railroad, purchase fresh grown veggies or honey from the farm and of course some Lavender products. 

We will have a porter station set up for your convenience along with porters to help you carry your purchases, golf carts to give you a lift if needed and an ATM.

Tickets are available at the gate, at The Vintage Bricoleur or at High Hand.

                                                           Terry (one of the bricoleurs)

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