Tis the season to find comfort in what you wear and what you surround yourself with. Enjoy some cosy time this season!
Here are some gift ideas all $4.95-$36.00 for the earth lovers on your list! We have been really focused on sustainable products that are beautiful and useful! See the list below for prices and descriptions!
Bees Wrap-Eliminate the need for single use plastic wrap. $$14.95-$22.95
Conscious Step Socks-Proceeds go to environmental causes $14
Hemp Bags and Backpacks-Sustainable Hemp Products. Great variety in shop. This backpack is $36 and the small bag is $16.
Herb Garden Kits-Grow your own herb. Everything included in this kit! $22.95
Reusable Zipper Bags-Eliminate the need for single use baggies. $4.95
Upcycled Kantha Towels- beautiful absorbent repurposed fabric $12.95
Vegan Wallets-These beautiful wallets are as durable as leather and biodegradeable $24-26
Earth and Moon Nightlights- Sleep in peace $12.95
Kid Straws- Paper straws make it fun to sip! $4.95 Dolphin Bubblers $6.95
Puffer Fish Dryer Balls-Eliminate the need for fabric softeners! $9.95
Rainbow Straws-$4.95 Fun, colorful and sustainable!
Solmate Socks-Recyled 100% cotton creatively and artfull mismatched socks $18
Urbz-Strong Suction cups keeps this growing garden affixed to any window to grow flowers or herbs $ 22.95
“Blu” Water Bottles-Our favorite durable finish insulated water bottle. Keeps beverages super cold or hot. $26.00 A portion of sales goes to Ocean Research.
It is so hard to believe that Thanksgiving is already upon us, but we are ready and waiting with deep appreciation for your choice to shop locally owned this holiday season!
We are so proud and excited about all the new product lines we added at Quarter Moon this year. There are even more fair trade jewelry and gift items, so you can shop with the knowledge that your purchase supports artisans with a living wage.
Eco friendly sustainable products have been another focus for us and we have new locally made products, including stained glass by Susan Frisbee.
Our new signature fragrance “Moonspell” is available in a candle and an oil. It is a must have for the Quarter Moon fans on your list.
Kick off your holiday shopping this Black Friday at Quarter Moon and your other favorite locally owned shops. Your patronage truly makes a difference to us locals and to our community. Check out our BLACK FRIDAY WEEKEND COUPONS on the coupon page of our blog or website. No reason to print them. We will have copies for you at the shop!
Here are some reasons to consider shopping locally owned this holiday season…Plus it is just more fun!!!
Compared to their chain competitors, locally owned businesses have a more sustainable impact on the local economy. Their tax dollars and profits are recycled back into the community. Locally owned businesses hire local people and offer quality jobs. They build relationships and employ the services of local musicians, artists, accountants, merchants, graphic designers, printers, painters, contractors and craftspeople. They send their children to local schools and support the services that keep our community healthy. Locally owned businesses truly add interest, diversity, character and heart to our hometowns as well as greater economic health and stability.
Shop Locally Owned and have a happy healthy holiday season!
There has never been a better day than THIS Sunday November 4th–to get outdoors, listen to great local music, enjoy a food truck meal and literally help to feed your community. There will be children’s activities too!
The 2nd Annual Scott Campbell Feed the Community Festival is helping to pull it together for the big bend area that was hit so hard by Hurricane Michael. This festival is held annually in honor of our dear friend, well loved and revered musician, Scott Campbell. Scott was a champion of local causes. He always gave generously of his time and talent. He passed away on January 25th 2017 and this is our opportunity to honor his memory by enjoying music and community and giving back.
America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend has taken on the extreme need for support after the hurricane which will continue for many months to come. We can help them to replenish the food bank. Bring a bag of non -perishable food and visit the auction table filled with local art and gifts from local businesses. Second Harvest will also be accepting direct financial contributions. There will also be a sale of albums and CD’s from Scott Campbell’s personal collection. All proceeds will go directly to Second Harvest. Second Harvest can provide 4 meals for every dollar raised.
Join us Sunday at stage area at the Cottages on Lake Ella on Sunday November 4th from 12-5pm. Here is the Music Schedule for Feed the Community Festival
12:15-1:15 SAWMILL JAM
1:15-1:45 OPEN MIKE TRIBUTES by LOCAL MUSICIANS
2:00-3:00 BELLE AND THE BAND
3:00-3:15 OPEN MIKE TRIBUTES by LOCAL MUSICIANS
Food Trucks will be Valhalla Grill, Lasang Pinoy, Julios on the Move and Lucy and Leos Cupcakery
We are always excited to find a new product line that provides opportunity for women. In this case, SoulKu is a jewelry line that employs stay-at-home moms who hand-make every piece of jewelry in their own homes, on their own time, at a respectable wage. Soulku’s mission is to empower, celebrate, inspire and connect women. The word “Ku” in Japanese translates to “a place of infinite possibility.” Each piece of jewelry is presented on a beautiful card that is signed by the woman who made it.
SoulKu offers necklaces, bracelets and earrings featuring natural gemstones that represent zodiac signs, healing properties and emotional significance. Gemstones such as amazonite for courage, black onyx for strength, chalcedony for balance, green aventurine for healing, labradorite for transformation and moonstone for sisterhood are delicately strung on beautiful handmade jewelry pieces. With Soulku jewelry you can support a mom who is trying to balance motherhood with the need for income opportunity and give a gift with messages of inspiration. Come shop with us!