The 33 Books Co. Holiday Roadshow! November 05 2018

Well, the pumpkins are slowly rotting, which can only mean one thing ... it's time for holiday gift shows! I'll be selling my tools for considered consumption at a few events in and around Portland (and one special appearance in Seattle). I'd love to see you there.

33 Books Road Show

Gobble Up
Saturday, November 17, 10-6 PM
Bell Harbor Conference Center
2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66, Seattle, WA

This specialty food event is open to the general public, as well as to restaurants, chefs, and other professionals in the industry. And, how can you beat free admission (with advance tickets)? I'll be there with my tasting notebooks and super-giftable tasting sets along with lots of other food makers, including one of my favorite hot sauce companies, Hot Winter.

33 Books Co. at Baerlic's Woodworker Market

WoodWorker Holiday Market
Saturday, December 1, 11-6 PM
2235 SE 11th Ave, Portland, OR

This is my third appearance at Baerlic Brewing's WoodWorker Holiday Market and it won't be the last. A mellow event that's well-curated, and ... there's beer! The event is a celebration of all things wood, from furniture to housewares; syrups to aged cheeses; jewelry to pizza; coffee to beer. I'll have a variety of my beer- and wood-inspired goods on hand.

Portland Made Creator Market
Thursday, December 6, 12-4 PM
WeWork @ Pioneer Place Mall
700 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR

Don't buy gifts at the mall, unless you're shopping at Portland Made's pop-up market, hosted in WeWork's Pioneer Place Mall location in downtown Portland. More than 12 Portland makers will be there (including yours truly) with a wide range of goods and gifts. Come down for lunch and get some shopping done!

Crafty Wonderland
Friday, December 7, 5 - 9 PM (ticketed)
Saturday, Dec 8 + Sunday, Dec 9 from 11 AM - 6 PM (Free, no ticket required)

Oregon Convention Center, Hall D
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR

This is the big one! Imagine a 60,000 sq. ft. hall at the Oregon Convention Center. Now imagine more than 250 of the best and brightest handmade vendors from the Northwest. Now imagine a company that makes unique tools for tasting beer, wine and lots of other good things, back there in aisle 9, booth number 183. Looks pretty cool, right? You have a great imagination.