Enchanted Caravan pop-ups continue this week and next to help get you ready for the holidays! Join us in the Community Room to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.

Wednesday • December 8

Wednesday • December 15

12 PM to 3 PM


Friday • December 17
8 AM to 3 PM

Want to know more about what’s going on at the store? Check out this week’s featured vendors below!

Natalie Therese is a handmade and eco-friendly handbag and accessories business founded by WSMF mom, Natalie DiBello. You can shop a collection of Natalie Therese cork handbags, pouches, wallets and earrings online.
Natalie has always had a passion for creating and sewing. What started as a hobby has blossomed into Natalie Therese, a business that allows her to share her creations with all of you. Natalie loves organization and clean designs. Everything she produces is simple, elegant and functional. Natalie is also foolish enough to think a product can be all of those things and eco-friendly to boot! That’s why she designs with cork fabric. Cork is a wondrous, natural fiber. It’s sustainably harvested from the bark of the cork oak tree in Portugal and transformed into all her wonderful works in her studio in Massachusetts. Cork is lightweight, waterproof, stain-resistant and anti-microbial. Mother Nature is a brilliant designer in her own right!
Did you know Natalie makes other items just for the Enchanted Caravan?  Check out her crayon rollspencil casestreasure poucheswet bagsorganic cotton face masks and reusable cutlery pouches.

During store Pop-Ups you can also donate to International Rescue Committee to support the Syrup for Syria fundraiser. This fundraiser was brought to our community by the Belleville-Richane Family last year and we are excited to have the opportunity to support this worthy cause again this year. Donations provide critical aid for Syrians displaced by war. As a thank you for your donation, you will receive a small bottle (1.7 oz) of homemade maple syrup. This makes a great stocking stuffer, and an even better pancake topper! You can learn more about the International Rescue Committee’s work in Syria here: www.rescue.org/country/syria. Suggested donation: $10.