Matter + Assemble — Margaret Ahearn RSS

Donating 5% of Proceeds Again to PBS...

I will be donating 5% of the proceeds from the Field + Supply Fall Mrkt and sales from October 6 - 8 to my local PBS station, WMHT.  This will be the second time raising money for them.  My husband and I watch the Newshour nearly every weekday.  I value their fair and balanced approach to covering the news, and appreciate their journalistic integrity.  We also watch and love Henry Louis Gates' show, Finding Your Roots, as well as a number of cooking shows, with Pati Jinich's show, The Mexican Table, being a favorite. I've been a fan of PBS my whole life, and am honored to be able to give back a little something to them in this way....

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Save the Date! Field + Supply Fall Market

I am super excited to be participating in the Field + Supply Fall Market again. It is always such a good time.  Hope to see you there in October!   This is me with my husband, Smitty, in my booth at the last Field + Supply Fall Mrkt. My tent will be in the Butler Lot, pictured above, as it was the last time.  Think campfires, tasty beverages close-by, and an amazing view of the Hudson River. The Butler Lot is to the left of the big Butler Pavillion if you are facing the river.   For more info on the Fall Mrkt and to purchase tickets in advance, click here. Looking forward to seeing you! xx Margaret

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Fun at Field + Supply

Photo: @kristopherjohnsonphotography. Went to Field + Supply last weekend as a visitor instead of as a vendor and had the best time.  This market never fails to impress me on so many levels.  The talent that is represented there is off the charts, and the overall vibe is in equal portions chill and vibrant (thanks to Brad Ford ID).  Loved catching up with so many friends that I’ve made over the course of doing the markets there. One of the standout experiences I had was getting my portrait taken, with my dog Toby, by @kristopherjohnsonphotography.  It was really fun to see him in action.  While we were waiting for our turn we could see the beautiful portraits of the people...

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