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Shop green for your holiday gifts at a showcase of creative reuse by artisans with an eye on both design and the environment. On October 22 more than 40 Bay Area artisans will be offering their creations made almost entirely of repurposed materials from San Francisco designer showrooms at the Third Annual FabMo Textile Art Boutique in Menlo Park. These creations range from the beautiful to the whimsical and include wearable art, pieces for the home, dolls, purses and bags and more.

FabMo is a totally volunteer run, non-profit organization whose purpose is to salvage from designer showrooms tons of exquisite discontinued materials, which were originally destined for the landfill, and provide them to local artists and craftspersons, educators and organizations. Fabrics, trims, wallpapers, leather and tiles are just some of the materials salvaged and repurposed. See www.fabmo.org for more information.

The beautiful Quadrus Conference Center, located at 2400 Sand Hill Road #101, Menlo Park houses the Anderson Collection, one of the outstanding private collections of 20th Century American Art in the Country. The Boutique will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and there is no charge for admission or parking. The Café will be open during the Boutique for those wishing to combine lunch with the start of their holiday shopping. For more information contact fabmotab@gmail.com.

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