Greenwood Car Show

This year the car show is on June 27th, the last Saturday of the month, as always, from 8 am to 4 pm.

While the salon will probably be open for at least part of the day, we wanted to remind you that the street (Greenwood) will be closed off to regular traffic from 67th to 87th, including (of course) in front of the salon. You can cross at NW 80th and NW 85th, but that’s it. Parking will likely be a little more challenging than usual. Also, the street gets closed off early in the morning (4 am) for the show cars to come in and park, and doesn’t re-open until 6 or 7 pm, as the show cars need time to drive out.

Some stylists work part of the day on car show day, but check with your stylist – some of us will take the day off!

We hope you will take the time to enjoy this event – in addition to all the cool cars, there are food vendors and various types of events and activities.

Flower pot thief (thieves?) caught on video.

As you may have heard from visiting the salon recently, or courtesy of the great people at the Phinneywood blog, two of our decorative flower pots were stolen from outside the salon on Wednesday, April 22nd – EARTH DAY, of all days!
Thanks to our gracious neighbors at the Sip n’ Ship, we have obtained video of the theft from their security cameras. The theft of at least one of the pots was boldly executed at around 7:30 pm, and took less than 30 seconds. As you can see in the video, it doesn’t appear to be a teen prank, (which we would have simply laughed about) although it is difficult to tell the age of the thief as he dashes out of what appears to be a Honda or Mazda SUV/crossover and back in again.

We’re not petty people – it’s just a couple of flower pots. But the pots were gifted to us by a customer who moved out of the country, and the flowers that were in them at the time of the theft were thoughtfully planted by one of our stylists, on her own time. We’re just a small business, whose occupants wanted to make our little stretch of sidewalk look nice for our customers and the neighborhood as a whole.

We certainly don’t expect our flowers to magically re-appear, but we won’t be replacing them either. We diligently haul our last remaining flower pot inside each night now, and back out again every morning. We’re certainly not going to do that with more than just the one remaining pot.

If you have any information regarding this incident that you’d like to enlighten us with, feel free to email us at: info@salonmercury.com, or call us at (206) 782-5201.

Tonight’s the night!

Come on down to the Annual BIG ONE! Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk tonight from 6-9 pm.

In addtion to the beautiful, surreal paintings of Alex Achaval,

Painting

Painting by Alex Achaval

 

We will have HOMEMADE CUPCAKES!!

Cupcakes

Delicious Homemade Cupcakes!
Thanks Michelle!!

Not to mention other snacks, plenty of wine, and homemade Sangria!
So come join us, meet some of our awesome stylists, and see some beautiful artwork – it’s going to be a great night, warm & sunny, perfect!

20th Annual PhinneyWood Art Walk – The BIG One

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Art up and chow down in Phinney and Greenwood during the 20th Annual PhinneyWood Art Walk – The BIG One
May 8 from 6 – 9 pm

70 businesses in Phinney and Greenwood from 87th to 65th and 100+ artists will be participating
Featuring art in a wide variety of mediums including visual, performance and music
Maps and additional information available at www.artupphinneywood.com

The Big One!

We’re getting close to this year’s “Big One” Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk!

This year our artist is Alex Achaval. We’ve had his art work hanging before, at our old Sugarcomb location.
Alex does really cool abstract and surreal paintings, and we’re really looking forward to seeing new work from him.
We hope you’ll join us on Friday, May 8th, from 6 to 9 pm!

See you there!

February Art Walk this Friday

It’s that time again!

Join us this coming Friday, February 13th from 6-9 pm for some wine and photography at the ArtUp PhinneyWood Art walk.
Featuring the photography of Hailey Hayes.

Hailey’s photographs of “A Women and Her Purse” are pretty cool and look great hanging on our walls, so come on in and check it out!