Local Artist Launches Crafting Airstream for East Nashville Day of the Dead Celebration
Nashville, TN (October 1, 2014) – Paper Moon Crafts is an exciting new arts and crafts experience located in a newly renovated airstream trailer. Its Grand Opening is being celebrated with a Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) themed event at the Idea Hatchery on October 11 from 12:00 P.M.-‐ 9:00 P.M. located at 1108 woodland St. Nashville,Tn.
Guests are invited to a new East Nashville tradition. Bring the family for art, music, jewelry, psychic readings, ghost stories, face painting and delicious Mexican Cuisine by Nutrisha. Paper Moon owner Jennifer Harvard will offer free Day of the Dead themed crafts and a tour of her airstream as well!
"Dia de los Muertos celebration captures the unique spirit of East Nashville and this is why I chose it for my opening!" says Harvard of her mobile store and the October 11 event. The weather should be perfect for getting out and enjoying the neighborhood. Let's celebrate life and the lives of those who came before us, our ancestors if you will, which is at the heart of the Mexican holiday.
Those interested can get advanced food tickets here. Advanced tickets include a sample of Mexican cuisine (vegan or omnivore) using local produce plus a box of the new locally produced Kale Chips by Nutrisha Snacks. More information for this event is on the Facebook page.
About Paper Moon Crafts: Local jewelry designer Jennifer Harvard of Crescent Moon Jewels and her husband David began renovating their 1967 Airstream over a year and a half ago. Her dream has been to share her love of jewelry and crafting. Modeled after French Gypsy wagons Jennifer will sell fair trade tapestries and Kilim rugs as well as her own jewelry and crafts. Paper Moon Crafts is opening by the Idea Hatchery the 3 year old row of shops next to Art & Invention Gallery. These shops include art studios, vintage and new clothing, boots, jewelry, a bookstore,a print maker and even local organic oatmeal. Located in the heart of 5 points it is perfectly suited for Harvard's new business venture. “This is a neighborhood with a need for a funky place where folks young and old can walk in and create something beautiful." For more information, visit Papermoonairstream.com.