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ArtWalk at Carstairs Artisan Market

ArtWalk is up and thriving for 2017 !   The Artisan Feltmaker (aka Judi) is happily settled in the airy and spacious Carstairs (Alberta) Artisan Market for the summer.  The hand-made, hand-felted hats range from a cuddly Cauliflower Beret to exotic butterflies and flowers on a purple Squishy bit of whimsy; don’t miss the Floppsies with their wide brims that dip and rise to meet their unique flower trims.

 

Being created of Canadian wool, the hats are sturdier than you expect, packable, and weather resistant.  They love to travel !

 

Custom orders are available by first choosing your style from my photo album (each is numbered as well as named), then contacting me at

403 442 2733    so that we can put our energies into designing your treasure.    

 

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2017 Epson International Pano Awards Open for Entries, closes July 23

2017 EPSON International Pano Awards Open to all photographers worldwide. Early Bird Deadline: July 9, 2017; Final Deadline July 23, 2017 OPEN AWARDS Nature/Landscapes: $22USD Per Image (20% Early Bird Discount for 5+ images before Jul 9) Built Environment/Architecture: $22USD per image (20% Early Bird Discount for 5+ images prior to Jul 9) AMATEUR AWARDS [&hellip

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Rare artefacts on show in the UK for the first time for major new Jacobites exhibition

Rare treasures from Rome and the Vatican will go on display in the United Kingdom for the first time as a key part of a major new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland. These outstanding artefacts form part of the largest exhibition about the Jacobites to be held in over 70 years. Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites presents more than 300 spectacular treasures, drawn from National Museums Scotland’s own collections and those of 44 lenders including other major institutions across Scotland, the UK and Europe. These include Royal Collection, the Royal Armouries, the Musée de Louvre, the National Galleries, National Records and National Library of Scotland as well as a number of private collections. Three marble grave markers, formerly in St Peter’s Basilica, for Charles Edward Stuart, his younger brother, Henry Benedict and their father, James VIII and III will leave Rome for the very first time, as loans from the

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HOW ZENEFITS USES CONTENT TO BUILD STRONG RELATIONSHIPS

This article originally appeared on Column Five.

Laura Winkenbach is VP of Product Marketing & Content for HR software company Zenefits. In an increasingly complicated industry, she’s tasked with educating and engaging customers to make their lives easier. Her tool? Content. We caught up with Laura to chat about how she uses content to make a great first impression, establish a relationship, and continue to provide value to Zenefit’s customers.

C5: Tell us a bit about your role. What do you do?

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