The Saturday Market + Shopscotch + MRS7 + Day Show: September 8th, 2012
There is a ton of fabulous artist, music and food this Saturday, September 8th at Rebus Works.
Rebus Works will be hosting Shopscotch along with Minus Sound Research 7 art opening and first day show. Activities start at 9am with The Saturday Market and will seamlessly transition into our day show which starts at noon and ends at 5pm. In typical Rebus fashion we’ll be pulling out all the stops to make this the best Shopscotch, MRS7 (visual art by local and national musicians) and day show possible.
The Saturday Market runs every Saturday from 9am to 1pm until November 17th and is a great place to meet with friends and family for breakfast and stay for lunch! There is an amazing selection of fresh fruits, veggies, meat, seafood, flowers and baked goods weekly. This week our special guests are Elemental Chocolate and The Carolina Bee Company along with all our regular vendors.
Inside Rebus Works there are eight musician who make artwork that will be showing on our gallery wall. The artist include: Jad Fair (Half Japanese), Patrick Jeffords (Toro y Moi), Annie Chu (Organos), Chris Millstein (Psychic Ills), Maria Albani (Organos), Vince Carmody (Strange), John Harrison (North Elementary), Todd Emmert (Inspector 22)
The bands playing in the Day Show will be The Good Graces, Prisms, Le Weekend, Robes, Waumiss and Boykiller
Shopscotch, lead by Caitlin Cary, will feature 21 of the hippest artist selling their handmade goods from around the area:
The Vintage Bee, Julie Armbruster, Woodcrafty, Maranda Kiser, Martian Creations, Zepol Bag, Creative Wares by Val, Sissy & Jades, Tiffany Coley Artisan Jewelry, Snowbird Vintage, Ara Leigh Studios, Caitlin Cary, Threadstock, Shira Samaniego, Wear in the Triangle, Janet Link, Allison Dahle, Yumi Okita, Bordeaux Lane Studio, Bunnies in Crowds, Good Girls Studio, Zass Designs and House of Swank Clothing.
Food trucks including Humble Pig, Triangle Raw Foods, Big Mike BBQ, Captain Poncho’s Tacos, Chick-n-Que and Klausie’s Pizza and there will be plenty of suds to wet your whistle. On tap is Big Boss’s Angry Angel, LoneRider’s Sweet Josie and PBR. There will plenty of cold cans of Modelo Especial, Sir Perry’s Cider and Mother Earth’s Second Wind.
Farm 2 Your Table will be dishing out delicious and unique cakes, cookies, tiramisu, banana pudding, and eclairs and Locopops will cool everyone down at Shopscotch!
We are also extremely honored to have Counter Culture Coffee as a sponsor for the MRS7 art opening. Counter Culture will also have a booth at Shopscotch.
Rebus Works had a tremendous amount of help from Caitlin Cary, Skillet Gilmore, Maria Albani, John Harrison, Counter Culture Coffee and the whole Hopscotch crew.
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