proᐧcure / prŌ’kyŏŏr: to obtain something with care or effort
new name | new look | same place | same quarterly marketplace
COME AND GET YOUR HANDS ON IT!
The best of all that is handmade, curated and designed from local female brands in one place, four times a year. That is what you can expect from us with PROCURE.
#SHOPSMALL with us on this Small Business weekend and help us support the incredible businesses owners of our city! Bring a friend, meet us at 1414 Park Ave., grab a drink at the bar, some food from a truck, and enjoy shopping our 50+ female brands while listening to beats by DJ Nico Marie. Trust us, this will be your one stop shop for all your holiday shopping.
Golden Gems | Lux and Nyx | Route | SoLayne Designs | Argaman&Defiance |Applettree Chic Boutique | Artifact | Beltshazzar Jewels | Little Wander Shop | Resident In Wander | Civil Alchemy | Katherine Burner | La Femme Rebelle Clothing | Lass & Laddie | Modmade Market | The Golden Fig | BluArrow Designs | LARK Skin Co. | Soaplife360 | Alpacas of Troy | New Spin on Tradition | Place Value Pottery | Craft Cookie Co. | Momma Boogies Small Batch Cakery | Olde Town Spice Shoppe | Patty’s Cheesecakes | Forest & Meadow Apothecary | Alma Moon Co. | Saint Louis Succulents | AMONAE | Collections by Joya | Mahnal | Motek Jewelry Collection | The Well Oiled Bead | Violet Gypsy | Theresa Joy Studio | Aurelia Apothecary | Glow Candle Co. | Hillary J Events | Little Neighbors | Paper Baristas | Praxis Design Studio | Curly Girl Design | Mod Co. | Rupert & Co. | Sprouted Designs |Series Six | Bee In The Bucket | Espresso Yourself Coffee and Cafe | LoKey Designs | Damn Girl | Simply Chic Jewelry | Summer Fling
These marketplace events for female brands have become an incredible celebration of ALL different kinds of women owned businesses, and we are so excited to roll out the new face of them for our December 1 sale!
Our goal with all of our events is to create a unique, diverse, welcoming and open experience for the ENTIRE community. Shopping small, local AND woman owned businesses builds up our entire community. We know the talent in this city is for real, so let’s celebrate that through an amazing event!
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🌲Felt Winter Trees🌲
Are you ready to bust out your holiday decorations? 🎄Let’s turn on the holiday music and create two gorgeous felt trees to add a wintry touch to your home.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Espresso Yourself Coffee & Cafe
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Ages 18 +
$35 all supplies provided
Limited to 12 people
Instructor: Carolyn Lewis
Must have paid reservation to attend. No walk ins. Payment made through PayPal (CarolynLDesigns@aol.com) or Venmo (CBLGmama). You will need to go to your own PayPal/Venmo account to pay.
It’s time, friend, to FINALLY start the last planning system you will ever need!
Are you aching to have dot grid journaling simplified for you and explained in such a way so that you can finally get started already?
Are you mindful, sweet friend….. or is your mind just… full?
If you answered “YES!” to either of those questions, this workshop was designed just for you!
Known as an analog system in a digital world, dot grid journals, a.k.a, “BuJos”, are quickly rising in popularity as a solution to organize our busy minds. Being organized and having everything you need in one place frees your mind and helps you focus on new pursuits. This is a totally customizable system where productivity meets mindfulness and creativity meets accountability. And it literally is the only system that has ever worked for me and many of my coaching clients.
These dot grid journals capture lists, goals, thoughts, and ultimately provide the comfort that nothing is forgotten.
The flexibility of the dot grid makes it a perfect solution for all. From the uber-creative to the minimalist, from busy parents to executives, from the artful wanderers and the in-between, the system is personally adaptable and the possibilities are absolutely endless!
Common dot grid journaling elements include pages to:
*Track daily to-dos, appointments and tasks
*Keep a calendar (daily, monthly, future)
*Capture your thoughts through journaling
*Keep track of birthdays, exercise schedules, bills and other important dates or deadlines
*Create lists of books to read, quotes you love, places you want to visit and other ideals
*Manage goal/project pages to track progress, milestones and successes
*Track desired habits
Join me and an intimate group of budding bujo-ists to make this an afternoon to connect and engage in stimulating conversation about getting organized and being inspired for positive change.
Join our monthly bullet journal meet-up and track the past, order the present and design your future! Bring your bullet journal (or other planner type) and favorite supplies to journal in the company of other fabulous local STL planner enthusiasts.
We will also have a swap table set up, so bring any supplies you have for “tradsies.”
Whether you have been bullet journaling for years or are interested in starting, this event is for you… and it’s FREE!
Let’s plan December and set our planners up for the new year!
What to learn how to bullet journal? Get your tickets for the 1pm class before the free meet-up here:
INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!!! Help us spread the word about this fun meet up! #STLBUJO
Choose between Happy Snowman or Mr. Gnome!
Cost is $40 per person. You must Pre-Pay!
Let’s paint together and enjoy the holiday season!
Includes all supplies and step-by-step instruction! Beginners welcome and all painters leave with a perfect piece for the holidays!
PLEASE NOTE: Arrive about 15 minutes early to get ready prepped for painting.
Santa is making a stop at his favorite neighborhood coffee shop on Sunday, December 15. He will be arriving in his shiny red Chevy pickup truck which will be all decked out for the holidays (and will be a fun photo op)
We will have a hot Chocolate Bar with all the fixins and kiddos can write a letter to Santa and drop it in the special mailbox.
This year we will have a professional photographer on hand to capture all of the smiles (additional fees may apply) but you are more than welcome to take photos with your own camera/phone.