With our Save the Monarchs tour coming up next week, we decided to dress this Vermont furniture showroom up for the occasion. Ken and Kyle built a beautiful maple end table and brought it over to Breeze Verdant who inlaid that amazing monarch image above. There are actually over 100 tiny pieces of wood and metal in it!
We’re Spreading Our Wings!
Next Thursday, August 25th marks the start of our 2016 Save the Monarchs tour. We’ll be leaving Vermont & touring through some of New England’s premier science and nature attractions, including the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (8/26), Museum of Science, Boston (8/27), Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum (8/28), ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center in Burlington, VT (8/30), Marsh Botanical Garden at Yale University (8/31), Audubon Greenwich (9/1) and the Philadelphia Zoo (9/2). The purpose of the tour is to raise awareness about the monarch’s endangered status & help restore habitat in Mexico and the USA.
Join Us or Visit Our Vermont Furniture Showroom
If you can’t make one of the venues listed above, stop by Stonehurst, our Vermont furniture showroom. We’ve got lots of butterflies to show you as well as all our new showroom furniture! You’ll find a complete seclection of Vermont made home decor too, including Hubbardton Forge lighting, Simon Pearce glassware, Anichini linens and more.
Follow the Monarchs on Facebook
Wondering why a furniture store is sponsoring an international Save the Monarchs tour? Learn more here and follow Megan and I as we migrate through New England with Mexican monarch expert- Jose Luis Alvarez. Here’s the schedule of events & our Facebook page. See you at the show!
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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.
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