This Sunday in Brooklyn – Dec 10th

Christmas Social

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 Paul’s Lutheran Church
WHERE -334 South 5th Street corner of Rodney) BK NY 11211

CONFIRMED Vendors:
*Alex and Rosangel of Botanikal – crystals, smudgesticks, candles, incense
*Aracelis Burgos -Nurse No Me Joda
*Besitos Dulces – Puerto Rican Style Desserts
*Danny Cohen – Gratitude Coach and Author of “Keep on Keeping On”
*Eva Serrano – Balvina Maitri -body oils, body scrubs, candles, soaps
*Nathan Realm Bunce -Visual artist, Painter, Sculptor and Mask Maker founder of Eclecentric Arts and Creations – vejigantes
*Evelyn Jimenez – Spirit in Motion Jewelry
*Joann Jimenez – Everything Soulful – Oils for the body, mind and soul
*Sylvia Hernandez – Brooklyn Quilt Girl
*Jovian Fells – J Fells Photography – Specializing in cityscapes and nature
*Lotus Libertad – pouchitos – hand made knitted pouches for crystals

ARRIVE EARLY and enjoy some biscuits and jam from Beehive Oven Biscuit Café – Williamsburg, Brooklyn

MORE DETAILS – live Cafecito Break Podcast. Free Coffee and water (while supplies last)
Sun Dec 10th, 2017

THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

Also included….
FREE Plena Class with Evelyn Jimenez
Raffle Prizes
We will also be collecting monetary donations for relief efforts for Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, and Mexico

#cafecitobreak #community #podcast #supportlocal

Thank you,
Rosangel and Alexandra Perez

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Gratitude Fest and Tribal Market – Nov 12th

gratitude fest final

Save the date: Nov 12th, 2017 – Cafecito Break Gratitude Fest and Tribal Market
Please join us and invite others to Cafecito Break Gratitude Fest and Tribal Market with Friends on Nov 12th, 2017 at St Pauls in Bk 2pm-6pm.

Our goal is to make these markets a monthly event where people could gather, hear some music, chat it up with the neighbors, drink some coffee, hear a live Cafecito Break Podcast and do a lil shopping with our local vendors.

We say so much with our actions and our money and these days many of us are feeling the greater need to be with others in communion. Let’s not forget about home. Let’s not forget about family and loved ones. Let’s not forget about us. Let’s not forget the importance of supporting local and supporting the entrepreneurs in your life.

“Remember that every time you patron a local vendor or entrepreneur YOU are also energizing and protecting homes and families!! Community is Connection and Medicine for the Soul…” – Alex Perez

May your efforts be blessed and multiplied divinely.

The Perez Sisters, Alexandra and Rosangel