Saturday, September 30, 2017

Portable Weirdness At Fall NoDa Eclectic Market

 It's back! NoDa Eclectic Marketplace has a new home at Pure Pizza in Plaza Midwood, 1911 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205. Fall shows are every Saturday from 9am to 3 pm, from this weekend till December 16th. Portable Weirdness will be there this coming Saturday, Oct. 7th with a bunch of great artists and craftspeople and a quality farmer's market where you can get your Buy Local game on. Watch this space and my website for additional dates.See ya there!

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Galdrastafur Bling

More goodies that I'll have with me at CNC Pagan Pride Day, coming up September 16-17 2017! Icelandic galdrastafur carved on goat horn, with carnelian, pearl, garnet, amber, and nettle fiber. The running thinking is that this stave is for domestic animal protection. If you've got additional credible data, holler (but go back and check that word "credible" first, k?)  ;0)

411 in case you haven't seen it elsewhere:

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Saturday, September 9, 2017

September 2017 Deer Bone & Antler Knife Bling

New neolithic style ceremonial knives! I'll have these with me at CNC PPD next weekend ;0)

Portable Weirdness At Central NC Pagan Pride Day 2017

The autumn equinox is here again, and so is Central NC Pagan Pride Day! Portable Weirdness will be at CNC PPD Saturday and Sunday, September 16 - 17 2017 with new bling, new rocks and fossils, and new Dead Guys. Author and Hoofed Nuisance Miles Batty will, as usual, be tied to a handy solid object for book signing, questions, and PQTs (puns of questionable taste).



If you head out to the State Fairgrounds like you've done for the last several years, you're gonna be in for some Fail. The festival's new home is Raleigh Optimist Farm in Apex NC, about 20 minutes south of the old spot. Everything else is still pretty much the same bangin' killer time you've come to expect, with harvest rituals, workshops, music, drumming, kids activities, handmade art and crafts, and just hanging out with people that get these:

Along with the theme of harvest time, if you're fed, covered, got a roof and plumbing and electricity and all the good stuff, there are additional ways to put some appreciation for that safety back out into the community. Admission to the event is one (or more than one if you can swing it) non-perishable food or personal hygiene item for local hunger and homeless relief.  You can also put some resources toward wildlife and domestic animal  rescue and welfare through Wake County Animal Center and American Wildlife Refuge.

See you at PPD ;0)