Live Local This Year

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With each edition of our newsletter The Indie Release, we feature a local business (often owned by women). Here's just a sampling of who we collaborate with and why. 

Pomegranate is an incredible Yoga Community for Women and Families in San Anselmo. Friends of The Indie Alley are invited to visit Pomegranate for a healthy start to 2018! Mention the Indie Alley at the desk for 20% off your first purchase! Pre-register for childcare, please.

Dine locally this year with Iron Springs. This popular local spot, and winner of Best Brewpub in Marin, is our go-to place to eat with our families. Try and dine on Give Back Tuesdays when a local not-for-profit gets to benefit from you eating out. 

We're lucky to be located next to The Find. Owner Jane Brooks, formerly of The Fairfax Garage and The Shop Olema, has long supported local makers. Whether vintage, new or locally sourced, Jane stocks well-designed and covetable items that are finding there way into our homes.

We recently partnered with Trouve to bring their artworks to our walls. Founder Lela Shields currently has an exhibition of nine new, original paintings hanging at 123 Bolinas, our lovely local wine bar here in Fairfax. This current body of work is an exploration of medicinal plants and their magical properties. Stop by 123 Bolinas to see the show, or come by The Indie Alley to see more works by Trouve artists. 

We love to partner at The Indie Alley. If you are a local business and want to collaborate, whether that means being featured in our newsletter or working with us on Member Benefits, reach out to us.

Oh, and the image credit goes to Black Rabbit, a new curated home emporium in San Anselmo.