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February 15, 2014
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Wool & Honey in Cedar
9021 S Kasson Rd
Cedar, MI United States


Wool & Honey

Chocolate, jewelry, wine, honey AND yarn? Yes, please. We’ll have some of each. 

Mark your calendars for February 14-17 (that’s President’s Weekend), where we’ll have one of our legendary Wool & Honey trunk shows featuring local artisans all weekend, doing what they do best. Our culminating event will be on Saturday night, from 5 to 8 pm with a chocolate tasting with Grocer’s Daughter chocolates.

Jody Dotson from Grocer’s Daughter will be speaking about Grocer’s Daughter and their chocolate process. Elara Campbell will be in-house with her unique enameled copper jewelry. We’ll be serving wine from local Longview Winery and introducing one of our newest delights here at the store–local honey from Ona Mission Honey Farm!

Tickets for the event are now available hereand will include a seat at the presentation, chocolate samples, wine, honey and an outrageous goody bag that will include some essentials for celebrating mid-winter, including:

-a semi-precious stone stitch marker
-a Grocer’s Daughter truffle
-one of our signature lip balms (in a brand new flavor!)
-an exclusive coupon for outrageous deals storewide, only available for ticket holders 

….AND MORE, all tucked in a commemorative glass. This is the very best goody bag we’ve ever put together. It might not a bad idea to forward this email to your sweetie–it would make a perfect Valentine’s gift.

The trunk show will be ongoing all weekend, but space will be limited for the event on Saturday evening. Tickets (which will include an exclusive demonstration, chocolate samples, wine, honey and the glorious goody bag!) will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Order online at www.woolandhoney,com or call (231) 228-2800.

Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate was founded in 2004 by a passion for chocolate–one that focuses on fairly-traded cacao and the highest quality ingredients. Grocer’s Daughter chocolates are made using fruits, edible flowers and herbs from the company gardens whenever possible, in the soils of northern Michigan–just a few miles away, perched atop a dune in the quaint village of Empire.

Elara Coleman is a native Michigander who creates gorgeous jewelry from 100% recycled sterling and fine silver, re-purposed architectural copper and lead-free enamels. All her findings and jewelry are handmade and designed by Elara in her Frankfort studio.

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