Marla Bosworth is the founder and owner of Back Porch Soap Company. She is a modern alchemist, shamanic practitioner, soul coach and Reiki master. She travels worldwide, teaching conscious beauty experiential workshops that combine making soap and herbal skincare with alchemy and energetics. Marla speaks at conferences and events across the U.S. She currently resides in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

September 16, 2008

Visit Back Porch Soap This Weekend at Boston's South End Open Market



If you love Boston - and shopping in an open-air market for wonderful, indie-made products - then stop by and say hello this weekend at the South End Open Market Studios.
I'll be there 10-5 on Saturday and Sunday, selling fantastic handmade soaps, shea butters, creams, kids toy soaps, gift sets and much more. You can also stop by and pick up information on soapmaking and small business classes as well. You can find more class information here on my website: http://www.backporchsoap.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=15
The weather forecast is for a cool and dry weekend, perfect for strolling the market and grabbing a bite to eat in the South End.
With an ever-changing group of artisans, a hip location and the chance to feel the sun on your face while you browse, it's a trip worth making. The Market offers the opportunity to meet the artists and vendors behind the work, and is fast becoming part of the South End's well-known artist's community. Every week offers shoppers something different and unique - you won't want to miss it!
The Market hosts a wide variety of vendors, whether you're looking for hand-crafted accessories, original art, antiques or just a fresh loaf of bread, you'll find painters, sculptors, photographers, clothing and jewelry designers, milliners, handbag designers, house wares, antique dealers, florists, bakers, local farmer's produce, and much more every week!
For directions and more info on this weekend check out: http://www.southendopenmarket.com/index.htm
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