March 18, 2010

Sun in Blog!

Or Blog in Bloom, whichever you prefer.

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Sun In Bloom has its very own blog! Click here to check it out.

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Enjoy some Q & A with Aimee Follette, Sun In Bloom’s owner, and check back often so that you can get to know us better.

Or at least get to know these better:

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Sun In Bloom is a holistic eco-eatery—a community—and you are encouraged to participate! Our dialogue with you is ongoing, whether you’re reading about a team member or a treat.

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Also be sure to become a fan of Sun In Bloom’s Facebook page and follow us on Twitter (@SunInBloom)!

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Last, but not least, for any of you New York City locals out there, stop by Sun In Bloom this Saturday, March 20 to celebrate Art In Bloom! From 7-10pm, ring in the official start of spring with new artwork from Kate Quarfordt and all kinds of Sun In Bloom goodies. Don’t miss this tasty opportunity!

Hope to see you there…and if not there, then I will settle for seeing you here.

9 comments:

moretolifethanlettuce said...

i wish i could stop by! sadly i am far far away

Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga) said...

oh, Im with Stef, would LOVE to drop by...but can't, im a little far :) just means more cupcakes for you :)

Joanne said...

Thanks for the heads up about this event! I am definitely going to have to stop by. Those cupcakes look awesome!

Sophie @ yumventures said...

cupcakes = eye candy. They look sooo good!

greensandjeans said...

Geez louise girl! I think the only solution for this is for me to hop on a plane ASAP!

Christine (The Raw Project) said...

Aw, I wish I could stop in! I try to support all local raw places and events, I love that the trend is growing.

Erica said...

Oh my gosh yum! Can you please send me some of the ambrosia ;)

Agree with you on the butter topic!! I prefer the real thing or fruit sub!

Caronae said...

Sounds like it's going really well for you at the cafe. I'm so happy for you Diana! And I'm happy that those cupcakes exist too, of course!

Michele | aka Raw Juice Girl said...

Awesome!

And the veggies look delish!

:-D
Michele