Thursday, November 6, 2008

Official location announced! And a big Thank You to our sponsors!

I'm a little late on blogging this but in case you haven't noticed, we now have an official location for IndieSacramento:

2409 J Street (previously the Bicycle Chef building)
Midtown Sacramento

Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 6th. There will be activities happening in Midtown from 10am on through the night. IndieSac will stay open until 6pm so you can get in some holiday shopping while it's still light out.

Now for a shout out to our sponsors who are making this all possible:

Midtown Business Association
The Midtown Business Association's (MBA) commitment started in 1983 when businesses banded together and began working with city officials on issues such as parking, beautification, and other common business concerns.

Bordered by B Street on the north, W Street on the south, 15th Street on the west, and Alhambra on the east, Midtown is friendly neighborhood with a variety of unique stores, restaurants, and businesses that are not found anywhere else. MBA is dedicated to cultivating this neighborhood as an exciting community in which to work, shop and live.

MBA has always been a volunteer group relying on the energies of the local business community that makes up its membership. MBA is primarily small and medium businesses and is always eager for new members to become involved. We spend much of our energy educating, promoting, and fighting for a business community that makes Midtown the best place to shop, dine, work and play.

MBA has been working over the years to enliven and enrich our community. We encouraging new and old businesses alike to establish a relationship with city government, built upon a foundation of common goals and mutual respect. Dedicated to serving and improving the community, we are active as an information source, which helps address our community concerns. Your voice is important and with your involvement, we look forward to making it heard.
www.mbasac.com

Bicycle ChefBicycle Chef
"Good taste in bicycles,
service and accessories."
As the most experienced bicycle shop in Sacramento carrying Giant, Jamis, Merlin, and Terry women's bicycles, with a combined 50 years of experience, there is nothing we can't do for you. We can service your bicycle of any type in our repair shop by our mechanic Steve Jones, or set you up on your dream machine with the Chef himself Christopher Davis-Murai. We are also family friendly with a full selection of kids bikes and comfort bicycles. BicycleChef is also proud to be the "Womens' Advantage" store, carrying a full line of women's clothing, saddles, and bikes.
www.bicyclechef.com

Midtown Business AssociationMidtown Monthly is the only magazine aimed at the heart of Sacramento. Distributed widely on the grid and at selected key locations outside the central city, Midtown Monthly celebrates city life in Sacramento. Midtown Monthly highlights the Midtown area but examines all things Sacramento.

Each month we feature extensive arts coverage, restaurant reviews from Sac's popular local writer, Becky Grunewald, area day trips, guest music reviews, happenings around town, and much more.

From local music and arts to culture and local politics, Midtown Monthly is the publication for the changing face of Sacramento’s urban core.
www.midtownmonthly.net

CRAFT MagazineIntroducing CRAFT: The first project-based magazine dedicated to the renaissance that is occurring within the world of crafts. Celebrating the DIY spirit, CRAFT's goal is to unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of highly imaginative and resourceful people who are transforming traditional art and crafts with unconventional, unexpected and even renegade techniques, materials and tools; people who undertake amazing crafting projects in their homes and communities.
www.craftzine.com

Stay tuned for updates on vendors, bands, swag, and more!

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