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...and as promised, the DIY vibes flowed throughout the park!
Our crew of lovely local vendors, including Anne York, were also on hand dishing out their kid and family friendly goods.
All in all, it was a hoot! We loved seeing the kids dive into art and hang out with new friends, all while we stayed true to our mission of supporting small businesses and building community.
The festival is will be back next year, and it will definitely be worth the wait! In the meantime, stay tuned because we will be launching our kids dance parties with the same vibe later this year!
November is the Rising Tide Society's Philanthropy Month! We were happy to host the Austin Chapter at the studio.
With donations from the members, we worked with neighbor Mitscoots to provide 100 Care Canisters filled with snacks, toiletries and other necessities for the homeless community.
It always warms the heart to give back during the holiday season. I hope that we do more of this in the new year! Happy holidays everyone!
How beautiful is this? We're so in love that we are providing complimentary hard copies to all of our amazing studio rental clients.
The master plan is to take you guys on an Eastside tour while I cruise the streets on Black Beauty (my fixie). Stay tuned, my friends because we're headed for a yummy ride!
We were thrilled to host a Mavenly + Co. Masterclass, a two-day career workshop for creative women entrepreneurs.
The traveling workshop is led by two girl bosses from ATX and focuses on setting women up for success as they are either transition or navigate through different stages of their lives and/or careers.
Mavenly + Co developed a curriculum in collaboration with a team of higher education and positive psychology professionals to help us ladies thrive professional environments.
It all went down August 27-28 with a happy hour the night before at Eastside neighbor, Kitty Cohen's.
On the second day, we were lucky enough to enjoy a Q&A panel with some of Austin's most impressive women entrepreneurs, including Jane Ko (A Taste of Koko), Mica May (May Designs), Natalie Davis (Canoe) and Danielle Sobel (Juice Society). They dished on their backgrounds and how they created lives and careers with purpose.
I highly recommend digging deeper into the Mavenly and Co. platform. It offers resources and a community long after the workshop is over. We are always on the go, so it necessary and therapeutic to check in with your peers to not only seek advice, but to celebrate each other.