Exhaustion and quiet has taken over on this rainy Monday after the three day Studio Open House. Friday, Saturday and Sunday all had very strong attendance.
It was great to see some old friends and meet many new ones.
We need to thank several people that made this year’s show possible. It was great to have Michael O’Neill and Carol Lee Heisler join us as our guest artists and of course our partner in this show, Royce Yoder.
This was the first year for a few things at the open house. We were very happy to have two local companies that helped supply delicious food and coffee. Tru-Brew Coffee Service generously provided our coffee and brewing equipment for the show. Please be sure to check them out if you need coffee in your business or office!
Ristorante Toscano and Vermella’s Market delivered a great selection of italian meats, cheeses, and delicious cookies to us on Saturday. I can’t forget the fantastic hoagies too!
Ristorate Toscano is a B.Y.O.B located at 213 N. Broad Street in Lansdale, PA.
They’re open for lunch and dinner. For more information about them visit www.toscanolansdale.com
James Lauchmen played live music in the studio on Sunday. He was a great addition open house. James lives in Sellersville, PA plays around the area. You can learn more about him on his MySpace page.
This was also the first year that we used our Facebook page and our Twitter page to share up to the minute images and news about the Studio Open House. You can always find up-to-date news and a behind the scenes look at Bradford Woodworking on those pages. Check them out!
Thanks again to all those that joined us! We hope to see you all again next year!