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It’s Friday and we can’t wait to unchain ourselves from our desks and get out and about. Weekend Wanderer is a series that you’ll find every Friday morning featuring a few activities we’d like to explore. Check them out for yourself or do something in your neck of the woods. Either way, just get out and wander.
Stitch This at Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Join Etsy artist Jessica Marquez at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday afternoon to create your own pieces of art. Using thread, text and images, this workshop gives visitors a chance to make their own masterpieces. There is a $15 materials fee and participants can bring their own images or create something new. To secure a spot, visit the Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn. (Ed. Note: Krrb is giving away two tickets today to “Stitch This” to readers who tag us — @krrbsale — in an Instagram photo of their favorite secondhand find or for the desk-bound, their favorite office accessory.)
The Art of the Bow Tie, Dallas, Texas
Put on your best threads for the Art of the Bow Tie on Friday night. The special art show debuts the fashionable collection of bowties by artist Jeremy Michael Calhoun. Check out these handcrafted formal ware accessories, proceeds from the show benefit the local LGBT non-profit AIDS Interfaith Network. Get more information at ilume GALLERIE, at 4123 Cedar Springs Road, Suite 107 in Dallas.
Fort Lauderdale Antiques & Collectors Faire, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
More than 50 antique dealers are setting up camp this weekend in South Florida. The annual Fort Lauderdale Antiques Faire is in town both Saturday and Sunday with everything from vintage costume jewelry to high-end antique furniture. If you’re in the mood to scavenge, stop by the Fort Lauderdale Antiques Faire at the War Memorial Auditorium, 800 NE 8th Street in Fort Lauderdale.
What are you up to this weekend? Do share…