Summer Hours
Monday:11 - 6
Tuesday:11 - 6
Wednesday: 11 - 6
Thursday:11 - 7
Friday:11 - 9
Saturday:10 - 9
Sunday:12 - 5



Welcome

Save Big at Our Summer Sidewalk Sale

Mark your calendars. Friday, July 25 through Sunday, July 27, I’m slashing prices on all garden goods. The Spartina 449 collection will be 50% off during the sale, and although I can’t reveal too much more now, know that many additional items throughout the store will have those tempting red dots on them, indicating reduced pricing up to 50% off.

And, yes, there will be a sidewalk sale section. As many of you know, this section is stocked with odds and ends at basement bargain prices.

SAVE even more by clipping the coupon at the bottom of this email. Take an additional 5% off your total purchase. 

Shop early; shop often all weekend long. Many of my neighbors are holding their summer sales this weekend as well.

Please note that we can only accept CASH or CHECKS for purchases totaling $30 or less during the sale weekend.


SALE HOURS:
Friday, July 25  -  11AM – 9PM
Saturday, July 26  – 10AM – 9PM
Sunday, July 27  -  Noon – 5PM

 

Back-to-School Shopping Starts Here

Lunch Time  Start your back-to-school shopping at Birch St. House & Garden and save. This year, I’ve selected two collections of lunchboxes, water bottles and snack boxes from Crocodile Creek. When you purchase the set of three, receive 10% off now through the end of August.

 

Back-to-School Trunk Show  On Saturday, August 9, come down between 10AM and 1PM to shop our Back-to-School Trunk Show, featuring the return of locally made school essentials, such as snack bags, pencil pouches and schoolwork portfolios.

Debuting at the trunk show, is a line of British inspired clothing and accessories. After hopping across the pond with her family, Proof designer Meg Skaar came down with a touch of British Invasion fever. I caught a glimpse of her Union Jack fabrics today and cannot wait to get my hands on a wristlet or two, plus a dress for my niece, who heads off to preschool this fall.

Girls Night Out Craft Session: Get Your Photos Off Your Phone

photo-129Join us Thursday, August 21st from 6-9PM at the store. This class is good for beginners and experienced papercrafters, alike.

We will help you get your photos off your phone and into a day book in one night. Just come with your smartphone or laptop. Walk away with a story of your vacation or other life event.

Space is limited to 6 people. Class fee includes a day book, tool kit and 10 free 4×6 prints.

What you need to bring: 1-2 dozen photos (if you have them printed) or up to 10 photos on your smartphone or tablet ready to print on-site. Also bring any corresponding memorabilia such as tickets, postcards, maps, etc.

Non-refundable Cost: $45 using online registration; $40 paying with cash or check in-store. The class will be rescheduled if we don’t have at least 4 people sign up. In this case, your fee will be refunded only if the class is rescheduled for a date that you cannot attend.

 

Get Your Dining Al Fesco Essentials

Entertaining outside this weekend? New arrival of outdoor tablecloths, plus melamine trays, platters, and bowls by Le Cadeaux arrived today. We are open until 6 today and 11-7 tomorrow. We’re closed Friday, July 4th. We will be back to business as usual on Saturday, July 5th 10AM – 9PM. Stop by.

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Closed Friday, July 4th

It’s summer! What are your plans for the summer? We are busy as ever at the shop. However, please note that Birch St. House & Garden will be closed on Friday, July 4th to celebrate Independence Day with sun, cool beverages and after-dark fireworks in NH.

Vote for Your Favorite Businesses in Boston!

 

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Actually, there are a number of awesome Roslindale businesses and organizations up for Best of this year. I started my voting this week and got up to 13! I’m pretty sure there are some more votes I need to cast. After posting this  

 

So please, take a few moments to log onto https://boston.cityvoter.com and show your support for our local businesses.

Roslindale Customer Appreciation Day, Saturday, June 21

Thank you! Thank you for being the most wonderful customers a shopkeeper could ask for!
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To celebrate Roslindale’s third annual Customer Appreciation Day, I’m giving away a Birch St. House & Garden reusable shopping bag to the first 20 customers in the door. After that, this exclusive bag will be FREE with $40 purchase. We open at 10AM on Saturday and will be rocking this promotion into the wee hour of 9PM.

Be sure to stop by on your way to/from the Roslindale Village Main Street Farmers Market!

Visit www.roslindale.net for a complete list of participating businesses in Roslindale. There are more than 20 businesses with promotions and sweet acknowledgements.

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Friday Evening in Roslindale Village — Meet the Artist: Michael Dean

SunburstCloudburstI’m so excited to welcome a new artist to Birch St. House & Garden for the summer! Please help me welcome Michael Dean, a North End resident with ties to Roslindale by way of his brother, to Roslindale.

You’re invited to come out this Friday, June 6th from 6-9PM for an evening of art and conversation at the opening reception for Michael. While his work will be on display and available for sale through the end of July, Friday is your opportunity to meet the artist and learn what inspires him to paint.

The shop also happens to be a great meeting place before or after dinner al fresco at one of four amazing restaurants in the square — all with outdoor dining. Choose from Sophia’s Grotto (which just won Best in Boston for Al Fresco Dining), Birch St. Bistro, Village Sushi or Redd’s in Rozzie.

RVMS Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday (6/7)

farmersmarketWe’ve waited and waited, not always so patiently, for six-and-a-half month, but this weekend the wait is over!

The 2014 season of Roslindale Village Main Street Farmers Market opens this Saturday at 9:30AM. Go to www.roslindale.net or facebook for a list of happenings.  

And, if you find yourself waking up on Saturday morning, realizing you missed my most awesome Meet the Artist Opening, be sure to stop in Saturday. We couldn’t be more conveniently located to the market this season — just across the street from the MBTA lot. Really, how can you not drop in? 

Meet the Artist: Michael Dean

Please join me Friday, June 6th for an evening of art and conversation at the opening reception for our newest artist Michael Dean, a North End resident with ties to Roslindale.

SunburstCloudburstMichael is a (mostly) self-taught oil painter whose early childhood was spent in the beautiful seaside artists’ colony of Rockport in a family of artists, and with aspiring painters as the chosen boarders living in the upstairs apartment.

A wide selection of Michael’s smaller, framed (mostly) landscapes and still-life oil paintings will be on display and for sale at Birch St. House & Garden in Roslindale, starting on June 6th with a wine reception where you can meet the artist, and then continuing through to the end of July. Michael certainly hopes to see you at the reception!

Michael’s work will be on display and available for sale through the end of July. Don’t miss this opportunity to add a new piece of original artwork to your collection.