2nd Annual Self Care Soiree at ARTISANworks

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2nd Annual Self Care Soiree at ARTISANworks

Now that the holidays are over it's time to FOCUS ON YOU!

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ARTISANworks 565 Blossom Road ## L Rochester, NY 14610

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  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Now that the holidays are over it's time to FOCUS ON YOU! Last year we had the best time at ARTISANworks for our Self Care Soiree so we decided we had to do it again. And it's going to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever!

On Sunday, February 19th, from 12:00-4:00, join 70+ local artisans for a shopping experience like no other.


*Self Care Products

*Baked Goods


*Home Decor


*Jewelry & Accessories



Take a break from shopping and enjoy a chair massage, go to the braid bar for a new "do", grab a drink at the bar or enjoy a hot beverage from Winter Swan Coffee, there will be delicious food from Madeline's Catering, take part in a collage workshop or get a free caricature done solo or with friends!

Did I mention you also have a 40,000 sq ft art gallery to check out!?!? There are roughly 500,000 items in the collection that range from automobiles, photography, collectibles, memorabilia, art and much more! You can easily spend the day at ARTISANworks so plan on coming early.

$10 admission will give you access to the entire main gallery which includes: the Retro Room, Boulevard Garibaldi, Elizabeth Regional Gallery, the Firehouse, the Prairie Room, the Marilyn Monroe Room (where you can find the Braid Bar!), the Tap Room, the Vintage French Dining Room (where the collage workshop will be held), and Vertigo Heights & the Main Show Room is where the majority of artisans can be found! The incredible visionary behind this space, Louis Perticone, was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer in August. We will be holding a huge raffle as well with lots of donated goodies from our artists and all proceeds will be given to their GOFUNDME to assist with this incredible space. Louis has dedicated his life to supporting artists and we want to show him our support so he can focus more on recovery and less on the business. Come out and show him how much this creative space means to you and to Rochester