We at Heirloom wanted to give a huge thank you to First African Presbyterian Church and organizer Euell Nielsen for inviting us to participate in their Black Art Showcase this past weekend. It was such a pleasure meeting the ladies of the church and sharing knowledge on herbs, health, aging, and community. When we work together, beautiful things happen!
Heirloom is excited to announce our first market of the season which will take place at the First African Presbyterian Church this Saturday, February 20 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. “A Black Art Showcase” is free to the public and will feature a history of the church, spoken word artists, a youth art workshop, and artists Dale Cohens and Terrill Kevyn Johnson. Our Bohemian Boutique will have plenty of organic teas, spiritual and wellness items, and lots of love to offer those who drop by our table. See you there!
So 2015 saw the creation of the Heirloom Gift Basket and we had no idea that it would be such a huge success. We are super thankful to everyone who supported our business last year and we are already off and running in 2016, creating new baskets along with new products. To order one of our fabulous gift baskets, please check us out at heirloomphilly.storenvy.com! We can’t wait to build the perfect basket for your loved one!
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Heirloom was thrilled to take part in the grand opening of Flourish, described by the owner Nilajah Brown as a “lifestyle boutique.” Heirloom has partnered with Flourish to offer organic, herbal teas blended and packaged by Heirloom and distributed by Flourish. We look forward to a long, and mutually abundant partnership and send nothing but the highest love vibrations to the beautiful boutique as well as to Nilajah! Please check out Flourish if you are in the Baltimore area, located at 2445 St. Paul Street. They offer an eclectic array of jewelry, knits, home goods, clothing, and artistic spiritual pieces. For more information visit flourishbaltimore.com.
To see more awesome pictures from the grand opening of Flourish, please click on the header or link below!
We just wanted to take a moment to thank all of the participants and organizers of “Welcome to Yoniville.” Heirloom was contacted to conduct a Reiki demonstration and speak on energy healing. We had no idea how much we were going to enjoy the presentations, discussions, and divine feminine energy. Our Heirloom Bohemian Boutique products were a huge hit, offering the women a nice array of organic teas, metaphysical tools, and healing body steams and soaks. The discussions on topics from business to health were all informative and delivered from the heart. A huge thank you to Barbara Verneus for all of her hard work in coordinating this fantastic event!
To see more awesome pictures from “Welcome to Yoniville”, click on the header or link below!
Come join Heirloom at the Let’s Talk Resistance workshop and conference tomorrow featuring amazing conscious music, African marketplace, vegetarian food, and interesting speakers. We will be vending our all natural, organic teas, metaphysical tools and jewelry, cultural books, and much more! We are excited to be apart of this community event and we look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions, contact us at email@example.com!
We just wanted to give a huge thank you shout out to Uhuru Furniture and Collectibles for another amazing year. Uhuru Flea Market is our favorite vending space because of the beautiful vibes created by the other vendors, customers, and of course the organizers. We are so grateful to Ali, Tiffany, Opa, Joe, Harris, Ruby, Janus, Moody, Cate, and all of those integral to making the Uhuru Flea Market a grand success. We are excited for next year and are looking forward to participating in upcoming events. Uhuru!
To see more pictures from our last Uhuru Market, click below or on the above heading!
Heirloom is sending out a huge thank you to Power Box for naming the Bohemian Boutique as their Feature of the Week!
“POWER BOX was created in response to a national call in the United States for the economic empowerment of black communities. In addition to providing an extensive directory cataloging black owned businesses across the globe, POWER BOX includes interviews with black entrepreneurs and professionals, product reviews, shopping guides and more features to spotlight black businesses. POWER BOX aims to help sustain and bring attention to the thousands of black owned businesses in existence.”
To check out our interview with Power Box click here.
We are so thankful for mutual support and cooperative economics! It is important for community to unite so that we can achieve together!
Ajua will be giving free mini Reiki sessions at the Welcome to Yoniville event taking place tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. We will also be selling Heirloom organic teas focusing on women’s wellness, Yoni Steam herbal blends, meditative oils and beautiful crystals. Ajua will perform a short Reiki demonstration and what Reiki is and explain how relaxation aides physical, mental and emotional healing. The event will take place in West Philly at 5219 Webster Street. We hope to see you there!
We are so super excited to announce that Heirloom’s organic tea line is now available at Reclaimed at 208 located at 208 New Road in Linwood, NJ near the Jersey Shore. Reclaimed is a community of creators and largely filled with handmade items certain to delight your senses. You will find locally procured honey, cute double-sided onesies for newborns, organic salads, lovely therapeutic essential oils, beautifully handcrafted candles, and much more! To check out a list of vendors and the interesting activities that this special boutique has to offer, visit reclaimedat208.com. We are so grateful to join this eclectic group and we look forward to a long relationship!
More pics of our set up at Reclaimed after the jump!
Heirloom will be vending tomorrow at the Uhuru Flea Market and Book Fair in Clark Park from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is a special event where authors will be selling and presenting their books. Heirloom Bohemian Boutique will be offering our new line of chakra teas. There is a very limited number of this product so please come early to purchase these beautiful creations. We will also have at our tent healthy, organic tea blends, metaphysical tools such as crystals and tarot, cultural and vintage books, bohemian clothing and jewelry and exotic home goods. If you have any questions, please contact us at heirloomphilly.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
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We are looking forward with great anticipation to participating for the first time in the 21st Annual International Locks Conference this weekend, October 3rd through the 4th (11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.) to take place at the Universal Audenried Charter High School located at 3301 Tasker Street in Philadelphia. Festivities will include panel discussions, soul line dancing, creative fashions, vegetarian cuisine, hair show and competition, spoken word, workshops for children, and much, much more. Heirloom Bohemian Boutique will feature brand new organic teas such as Love My Heart, as well as, meditation tools, vintage cultural books, and therapeutic oils. If you have any questions about the event, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Hope to see you there!
We are excited to announce that we will be participating for the first time at the historic Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church Market this Saturday, September 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mother Bethel is located at 419 S. 6th Street in South Philly. We are excited to debut our new organic, handcrafted herbal tea – Menopause Support along with our regular assortment of healthy blends. We will also have available spiritual and cultural books, meditation tools, therapeutic oils and bohemian accessories. If you have any questions about the event, please feel free to email us at email@example.com! Hope to see you there!
We are excited to participate for the very first time at Final-ly Friday in Mt. Airy tomorrow from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the 7000 block of Germantown Ave. We will offer for sale cultural and spiritual books, organic herbal tea blends, bohemian accessories and inspiring home goods. If you have any questions, please contact Ajua at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!
We are pleased to announce that Heirloom Bohemian Boutique will be presenting new tea blends at our first ever exhibition at Jazz on the Ave. this Saturday, August 15th from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the corner of Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore in Temple University. We will feature a brand new tea, Menses Support, for women suffering from menstruation discomfort, our African Mint tea perfect for digestion, our Healthy Joints tea for sufferers of achy joints, our Sleeping Beauty tea for an amazing night’s rest, and finally, our Flower Power tea packed with anti-oxidants and valuable health properties. Of course, we will have our boho luxxe accessories available for sale as well. Please contact us as email@example.com if you have any questions. And can’t make the market? Shop Heirloom Bohemian Boutique at heirloomphilly.storenvy.com.
Last night I was a little bummed that the Black Buttafly Expo was canceled on such short notice. However, Omar led me out of the pity party by finding an alternative event and calling Jose who answered the phone at 5 p.m. on a Friday. He said that we could have the last spot at their church market. The Universe provides! We had a great time conversing, laughing and talking tea to the folks of Abington, Foxchase, Huntingdon and other surrounding neighborhoods. Our organic, herbal teas were a huge hit and we are looking forward to vending again next week at the Jazz on the Ave. event in Philadelphia near Temple University.
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