Mr & Mrs M’s Upcoming Events

Here are the remaining projected events for Mr M’s Woodshop in 2022. Much is still not confirmed 100%. I have decided to limit my travel and focus on my website … with gas now over $7 in parts of California, it seemed like staying closer to home was a better idea than pushing the envelope.

I think.

Here is my projected event schedule for the rest of 2022. That’s way down from the “normal” 2019, when I did 23x events:

July 2 – 4 – Art in the Park – Morro Bay, CA

Returning for my 2nd Independence Day weekend in Morro Bay. Lovely town; great event with many interesting artists and handmade crafts gathered in Morro Bay Park. Make the trip!

September 3 – 5 – Arts & Crafts Show – Prescott, AZ

I love events in Prescott! Booths are set up on the courthouse lawn … and my booth faces the world-famous Palace Bar, whose patrons have included Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday. What’s not to like?

September 30 – October 2 – Harvest Festival – Ventura, CA

Returning for my 2nd year! All of the Harvest Festivals are wonderful events for holiday shopping, seeing new handmade creations from a host of vendors, and an entertainment event, to boot!

November 5 & 6 – Boutique Fantastique – Saugus, CA

This event happens at the high school our kids attended, and annually generates over $10,000 that goes straight into the PTSO scholarship fund. You bet we’ll be there. Details are still TBD for the event, which generally does not confirm until the school year approaches in August.

November 18 – 20 – Harvest Festival – Sacramento, CA

Returning for my 4th year.

December 2 – 4 – Harvest Festival – Pomona, CA

My first time at this spectacular event at the LA County Fairground.

You can always visit us at websites: Mrs M’s Handmade and Mr M’s Woodshop.

Yes, we ship. Yes, we are happy to set an appointment in our home (or maybe in the front yard) for you to come view what we have and make your selections. You just have to ask! We do enjoy helping people … and in these trying times, we could all use a little help, right?

Posted September 2, 2015 by henrymowry

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