Saucey Sauce Walk!

I love the Main Dempster Mile and had a blast at the Sauce Walk.

I set up at Dietrich 21, a fitness studio I pass by but had not set foot in until our Sauce Walk Pairing. 

Agnes took a plethora of photos, so this is quite a well-documented pop-up.

Yoga teacher Gina had fun with my pendants as I set up.

When on the Main-Dempster Mile I strive to promote my favorite businesses, so I had created an angel from dress scraps to lead people on to Evanston Stitchworks around the corner.

I enjoyed getting to know the team at D21 throughout the night, and was thrilled my friends popped in to see my booth and explore the space.

I heard there were many delicious treats along the way. Dietrich put the Sauce in Sauce Walk with his Tahini topping that graced dates with walnuts.

This naturally sweet treat was delicious. Of course we cracked some jokes about nutty dates…

My friends popped in and FUSEDChicago artist Alicia Forestall-Boehm decided to wear my earrings right away.

There was a steady flow of transactions throughout the night.

Meanwhile, Justin could not resist demonstrating his strength.

He also imitated the serious trophies that grace the studio.

Those guys needed some extra bling as well.

I met other Evanstonians from the neighborhood.

Of course Katherine of the Main-Dempster Mile came by as well.

I made her a special stake, and was happy to see it well-received, along with other adoptees.

It is always fun to transform a space with my table, and I was happy we decorated so much of the fitness studio.

I am a little intimidated by the boot camp schedule, but will keep this studio in mind for future fitness needs.

Dietrich 21 offers Private Training, Semi-Private Training, Group Classes, Body Building, Posture Program, TRX Training, Facilitated Stretching, Nutrition and Evaluation services.

It was a blast to be in this space of positivity.

After the walk, I met my friends at SketchBook Brewing and was given a leftover dessert, which was delicious.

The next day I loaded my stakes up again for Creative Coworking’s Art & Wine Night.

Itala and James Merriner had beautiful art work that was based on each other’s inspiration.

I set up in a conference room that had me dreaming of future trips.

Here I delivered a ring I had been working on.

Two stakes will make their home at the two Creative Coworking Locations.

The bee immediately found its home at the 922 Davis Creative Coworking. I was thrilled one got adopted the first week of their debut.

I love my community and am excited June kicked off with Evanston Made!

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