16 November 2012

Frequent Shopper Bonus Points at the New Brunswick Museum Shop November 20-30!


Start the holiday season with the Second Annual Frequent Shopper Bonus Points at the New Brunswick Museum (NBM) Shop.  From November 20 to 30, receive double points on everything in the Shop!  Take this opportunity to purchase beautiful and unique, locally-made pieces, including jewelry and pottery and other hard-to-find items, as gifts for others - or yourself!

Double Frequent Shopper stamps for each $20 (before taxes) that you spend.  With 10 stamps, you will obtain a $20 NBM gift card for use in the NBM.  Keep for yourself or give to someone special this holiday season.  Gift-wrapping is available.

Of special interest in the NBM Shop:

Clairvoyent Art Glass, Markhamville:
Flameworking is the art of melting & shaping glass with an oxygen rich flame and manipulating it with tools into the shape the artist desires. Using this technique, gorgeous pendants, bottles, marbles and perfume decanters that are truly one of a kind are created.

The Maliseet Connection, Fredericton:
The Dreamcatcher, traditional to First Nation’s culture, is hung in a bedroom window where the good and the bad dreams are caught in the web of the Dreamcatcher.  The bad dreams are burned off by the first morning light.  The good dreams are saved in the spirit beads of the feathers, to be dreamed another night.  Colorfully beaded or traditional Dreamcatchers are available in a variety of sizes. Also available beautiful beaded & Dreamcatcher earrings.

Lavish Handcrafted Soaps and Lip Balms, Fredericton:
Lavish handcrafted soaps and lip balms are the perfect item to add to your list!  Each bar of Lavish soap has been created by hand here in New Brunswick and boasts a wide array of fabulous scents – everything from Candy Cane, Mistletoe and Cranberry to exotic Vanilla Bean or Mango Tea.

The NBM Shop is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 am - 5 pm, Thursday 9 am - 9 pm, Saturday 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday 12-5 pm.  The New Brunswick Museum and Shop are located in Market Square, Saint John.

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