Small Business Saturday…

Hi Juicy Beings,

Botanikal will open Sat, Nov 25th, 11am-7pm.

While you are out shopping for your gifts, please consider supporting small businesses, local businesses, and entrepreneurs.

Small businesses help create community in their neighborhoods, they had little touches of warmth, neighborly goodness, and home.

It is important that we support those dreamers/visionaries that dare to live their life in the way they feel called to contribute.

btw, we wanted to share that Botanikal was #spotlighted by Levo.com.  Our beautiful sister Ludmila Leiva wrote one of the most beautiful pieces regarding our shop, our community efforts, and more.  Please check it out here: https://www.levo.com/posts/a-journey-into-brooklyn-s-most-metaphysical-small-business

#support #local #shop #small #business

Have a blessed holiday.  See you soon.

your sisters, Alexandra and Rosangel

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A Podcast, a Holiday Social, and a Tribal Marketa – Dec 10th in Brooklyn

Get your adorable ugly sweaters ready!  We are about to have a very cheesy holiday social, filled with favorite holiday music, yummylicious food, soulful vendors, and a live Cafecito Break Podcast. Free Coffee and water (while supplies last) Sun Dec 10th, 2017 – hosted by Rosangel Perez and Alex Perez
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THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

Also included….
Free dancing demo
Raffle Prizes
and yes a “Make Your Ugly Sweater Uglier Contest”

We will also be collecting monetary donations for relief efforts for Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, and Mexico

Cafecito Break Podcast Topic – “The Little Things”

#cafecitobreak #community #podcast #supportlocal

Be sure to keep up with event updates on our Facebook Event Page here: Cafecito Break Holiday Tribal Marketa – Hosted by The Perez Sisters Alex Perez and Rosangel Perez

DETAILS
DATE: Sunday, Dec 10th
TIME: 2pm-6pm
WHERE -St Pauls Lutheran Church
WHERE -334 South 5th Street corner of Rodney) BK NY 11211

For inquiries or sponsorship’s, please email: theperezsistersnyc@gmail…

“It is easy to love the people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. It is easier to give a cup of rice to relieve hunger than to relieve the loneliness and pain of someone unloved in our own home. Bring love into your home for this is where our love for each other must start.”― Mother Teresa

Learn more:
Cafecito Break Podcast – cafecitobreak.org
Botanikal Metaphysical Boutique – botanikal.com