Saturday, April 8, 2017

Today: Sale at Angelica Kitchen; funky fun at Jane's Exchange

Two items to note...

Angelica Kitchen is closing on April 7th. On Saturday April 8th and Sunday April 9th the contents of the restaurant will be offered in an Auction/ Sale. The contents include decorative items, art, indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting fixtures, professional kitchen equipment and supplies. . Many unique and special items will be available. Besides the typical items one would expect from a restaurant there are sculptures by Bill King, custom wood fabrications by Jefferey Mase, lights by Richard LLoyd, our unique ceramic benches by Tom Ashcraft, mosaic vases by Linda Benzwenger and so much more. . Auction: Cash or bank check Sale: Cash or credit cards for non-auction items over $50. . Proceeds to be distributed to the local farmers and small businesses that have supported Angelica Kitchen throughout the years and who could be adversely affected by this closing. Angelica Kitchen is located at 300 East 12th Street See you soon! #angelicakitchen #farm2table #vegannyc #nycauction #nycauctions

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And for the kids (6 and under)...via the EVG inbox...

Join Esther and her puppet friends for an hour of songs, stories, and FUNKY FUN in this warm, intimate setting! And it's *FREE*! Jane's Exchange is a wonderful little kids consigment shop in the heart of the East Village. Come early- or stay after the show- to shop! Lots of clothes and toys in MINT condition at cheap cheap prices.

Esther is a singer/songwriter, and the founder of Thunder and Sunshine, a funky rock band for kids. She's also the singer and co-founder of The Electric Mess, a NYC rock band established in 2007, which has toured various U.S. and European cities. She does bi-monthly story hours (every other Thursday) at Bank Street Bookstore, and performs for kids all around town, both as a solo act, and with Thunder and Sunshine.

Jane's Exchange is at 191 E. Third St. between Avenue A and Avenue B.

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