3807 San Pablo Avenue Emeryville CA 94608
510.654.3304
www.somethingofvalue.com
HOLIDAY NEWSLETTER 
November / December 2007

Odessa Bolton, Owner
                                
Season's Greetings!
 
As we enter the season of Thanksgiving, we take this time to say "THANK YOU"
for your business.
Please keep us in mind as a source for your holiday shopping for this gift giving season.
Take time for yourself and express kindness to others.
Happy Holidays!
Give The Gift That Always Fits
Something of Value Gift Certificates Available
HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS
"Gimme Dat Gum"
Sass 'N Class / Annie Lee Magnet

$7.50
Assorted Cards
Birthday, Encouragement, Get Well & Sympathy Cards

12 cards in each box
4 different designs

$10 a box
"Six No Uptown"
Sass 'N Class / Annie Lee Mug

$10
2008 Black History Calendar
$12


Scripture Flash Cards
$15
Images of America
Black Artists In Oakland

$19.99
"Angel Blessed"
Sarah's Attic

$25
"Vision of Beauty"
Thomas Blackshear / Ebony Visions Pillow

$30
Bid Whist Card Set
$32
"My Cup Runneth Over"
Annie Lee Teapot

$35
Cookie Jars
 
$35 Each
Jazz Trio Collection
Glasses (4) $32
 
Coasters (4) $12

$ 44 Set
Rhythm  Collection
Cooler & Tongs $23
Sm Plates (4) $25
Cheese Spreaders (4) $10

Flute/Glass Charms (4) $10


$68 Set
"Live By Faith"
Sarah's Attic Angel

$75
Girlfriends Collection
Teapot $20
Sugar Bowl $10
Creamer $10
Mugs (4) $15
Serving platter $30
  
  $85 Set


"Big Sexy"
Thomas Blackshear /
Ebony Visions
(11 1/4" tall)

$175
"Grandpa's Favorite"
Thomas Blackshear/
Ebony Visions
(9 1/2" tall)

$175
"Love"
Thomas Blackshear/ Ebony Visions
Sculpture
("13" Tall)

$205

"Mo' Cheeks"
All That Jazz
(15 1/2" tall)
 
$300
"Wild Child"
All That Jazz
(23" tall)
 
$875
SOMETHING OF VALUE EVENTS

Shopping for the Holidays ~ Soul Showcase 11am - 6pm November 3, 2007
Something of Value 3807 San Pablo Avenue Emeryville
Kick start your holiday shopping with original works from several local artists & artisans.
Music, refereshments & prizes!

22nd Annual Holiday, Kwanzaa & Christmas Gift Show 11am - 6pm December 8 - 9, 2007
Oakland Convention Center, Marriott Hotel
This
show continues to be one of the major events reaching 6000+ attendees!  The show features primarily African-American
artisans and enterprises for consumers to support during the holiday shopping season and
throughout the New Year.  Stop by the Something of Value booth # 324 & 326

Something of Value Anniversary Event 3 - 7pm December 16, 2007
Something of Value 3807 San Pablo Ave Emeryville
Celebrate our
16th year with live entertainment, prizes, refreshments and
the BEST holiday shopping in the Bay!

COMMUNITY CONNECTION

NOVEMBER

First Friday After Five! 5 - 9pm Friday  November 2, 2007

Oakland Museum 1000 Oak Street 510.238.2022

Hear live performances by La Familia Son - Afro-Caribbean meets East Bay funk.
Enjoy full cash bar
and light dining in  the cafe.  Shop for gifts at the Holiday Extravaganza!
All ages welcome.

Harvest Party, 1pm - 6pm Sunday November 4, 2007

JC Cellars 55 4th Street Oakland 510.465.5900
A celebration of the bounty of Bacchus. Great food, music & of course wine!

David Alan Grier Doors: 6:45pm Show 8pm Thurs - Saturday November 8 - 10, 2007
Cobb Comedy Club 915 Columbus Ave San Francisco 415.928.4320

Family Explorations! Tales and Traditions of CA Indians  Sunday November 18, 2007
Oakland Museum 1000 Oak Street 510.238.2022
A children and family event celebrating the rich heritage of California's First Peoples
with storytelling and hands-on activities.

"A Taste of But-Tah" With Love 8pm Sunday November 18, 2007
Geoffrey's Inner Circle 410 14th Street Oakland  510.839.4644
Enjoy an evening with the beautiful vocals of Bay Area songstress, Buttah!

Tree Lighting Ceremony 12pm - 8pm Friday November 23, 2007
Jack London Square Oakland 510.645.9283

Queen Latifah 8pm Saturday November 24, 2007
Wells Fargo Center for the Arts 50 Mark West Springs Rd. Santa Rosa

DECEMBER

31st Annual Lighted Yacht Parade 7pm Saturday December 1, 2007

Jack London Square Oakland 510.522.6868
Jack London Square has one of the best viewing spots for the Lighted Yacht Parade

Ancient Roots / Urban Journeys:  Expressions for Dias de los Muertos Exhibit
Sunday December 2, 2007
Oakland Museum 1000 Oak Street 510.238.2022
Artworks created by artists, schools & community groups reveals a journey between ancient
and urban expressions that connetct people to an evolving cultural legacy.

First Friday After Five! 5 - 9pm Friday December 7, 2007
Oakland Museum 1000 Oak Street 510.238.2022

Hear live performances by Candido Oye-Oba's African Beatz, featuring master drummer
Rasaki Aladokun.  Enjoy full cash bar
and light dining in  the cafe.  Shop for gifts at the
Holiday Extravaganza! 
All ages welcome.
HEALTH TIP:   
Be a Healthy Person
Take every opportunity to improve your own health, the health of your loved ones, and the health of your community!
Healthy People 2010

Reminder:  Please use the Pak n Save and Office Max lot for parking.