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  • October 30, 2017 Posted on News, Comments Off

    Sign up to be a vendor at Old Fashioned Market

    Would you like to be a vendor at the Old Fashioned Christmas Market?  Applications are due Nov. 2nd. Vendor Invite            farm.food vendor application             art.craft application

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  • October 30, 2017 Posted on News, Comments Off

    Building Support for Sustainable Food Systems

    THE "BRICK-BY-BRICK" DONATION PROGRAM ...your name on a brick... This popular fundraising program has been warmly embraced by the community.  For gifts of $250 or more, donors can have a brick with their name(s) or special inscription laid along the main side of the Building. Special Brick Forms are used to ensure that inscriptions are accurately formatted before being carved into the donor's brick. Brick Forms are available for download here, or on request by emailing info@sjiagguild.com or by leaving a phone message at 360-378-0095. FUNDING & TAX STATUS The ...

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  • November 15, 2013 Posted on News, Comments Off

    Brickworks wins “Buzz” Award from the San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce.

    The San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual chamber awards ceremony, November 14th, at San Juan Golf & Country Club, and Brickworks was the 2013 recipient of the "Buzz" Award.

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  • June 15, 2013 Posted on News, Comments Off

    Brickworks Building Grand Opening

    Saturday June 15, 2013, was a truly banner day for Brickworks.  After a handful of introductory remarks on the past, present and future of the facility, the big red barn doors were thrown open.  Most could not believe the extraordinary transformation that had taken place over the past year or so.   "Stunning", "Unbelievable" and "Beautiful" were the most commonly heard remarks.  The dramatic end-to-end massive wooden trusses with their impressive steel brackets and bolts, the gleaming island fir floor, the recycled use of much of the material salvaged from ...

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