September 8, 2014
Acquisitions, Ltd.
In This Issue
On The Road Again
Its Cool to Stay in School!
The Bargain Buzz
The Latest Buzz On ...
Fashion, Food and Fun


On the Road Again - Farm Aid Comes to Walnut Creek Amphitheatre on September 13


What is forty feet long and has eight teeth? ... The front row at a Willie Nelson concert? Ok, jokes aside ... Farm Aid is an all-day music and food festival which brings together a wide variety of musicians, farmers and fans for one mission: to keep family farmers on their land. It is the longest running benefit concert series in America, raising more than $45 million to help family farmers thrive all over the country. This year Farm Aid 2014 is coming to Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh on September 13! The concert lineup features Willie Nelson & Family, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Jack White and more. Concert Lineup


How does organic food fit into your life?  Well, mostly in your mouth. Tickets for Farm Aid 2014 are on sale at, the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre box office, all Ticketmaster outlets or by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets range in price from $49 to $175. Doors open at noon and music will begin shortly after and run until 11pm. In addition to the music, concert-goers can sample local and organic foods at the HOMEGROWN Concessions® and learn more about food and farm activities in Farm Aid's HOMEGROWN Village. Tickets


Good Food for Good Health: "Eating Activism" is a good way to get involved with farm activism.  In the past decade we have witnessed the growth of a mass cultural movement demanding good food from  family farms.  Local Triangle restaurants are increasingly  partnering with local farmers to bring seasonal, farm to table menu items. You can also wear your activism (in addition to your waistline) by buying one of the Farm Aid T-Shirts, hats, or other US -made merchandise at the concert or online. Website 


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Its Cool to Stay in School! - Wine, Women & Shoes, Oct. 9

The school year's just begun and we find out in North Carolina, 73 students drop out of school every school day!

Holy cow!... Can you do the Math? Not only does dropping out affect their future, but it affects the future of our state's economy. A single high school dropout costs the state approximately $275,000 in lost earnings, taxes and productivity.

Communities In Schools (CISNC) makes a commitment to our youth; to build and sustain healthy nonprofit organizations that are rooted in the community for the long haul. They make sure students are graduating on time, prepared for college, career and life.

You can help by attending Wine, Women & Shoes being held at Talley Student Union at NCSU on Thursday, October 9 from 6:30-10:00 p.m. to benefit Communities In Schools of North Carolina (CISNC).
Wine, Women & Shoes is an evening to sip-sational wines, shop the marketplace, enjoy a glamorous fashion show and the latest fashions while providing pivotal resources for students placed at risk of leaving school early. Proceeds allow CISNC to reach more students with unique programs and services to promote success in school and life, allowing students to grow into valued members of the community.

Be there. Be fabulous! Guests will enjoy browsing through displays from local clothing and accessories vendors. Some of the Triangle's top male leaders will be dazzling guests with the latest shoe selections as "Shoe Guys," and vendors will be donating portions of all sales to CISNC.

Tickets can be purchased or donations may be made at
For more information about Communities in Schools of North Carolina (CISNC), visit Website or call (919) 832-2700.

Do it for the kids; they're the future of our state! That's cool!

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Cameron Clothing Co. - The Michael Collection Trunk Show
Monday, September 8 and Tuesday, September 9 at 10:00am to 6:00pm.
Mike Dicker is the designer of The Michael Collection which he founded in 1990. He has over 30 years of experience in the Fashion Industry and his studios have resided on Seventh Avenue, New York City -  the center of the Garment District. Michael is responsible for bringing knits to a new level of creativity and fashion.
Come see this beautiful Fall Collections at Cameron's Clothing Co. in North Hills. Website

Try It for Free! Pure Barre will also participate in September's Wellness Wednesday, September,17 and come out for a workout and great time in North Hills. Ami is teaching a free Pure Barre class at 7pm at the midtown green in North Hills (by Chuy's). Participants should bring a towel or yoga mat. Pure Barre will give away one free month for a participant (and a friend of their choice).
Pure Barre Raleigh North Hills
4209 Lassiter Mill Rd. #134, Raleigh, 27609. 919-896-7464
Pure Barre North Raleigh Falls Point Shopping
9660 Falls of Neuse Rd. #149, Raleigh 27615. 919-846-7090
Pure Barre Cary Village Market Place
Morrisville 27560. 919-377-0299  Website

 Honey Buzztival - Take a sweet escape celebrating all things NC honey!
The Raleigh Downtown Farmer's Market will be abuzz with apiculture, activities, and tastings to celebrate the history, health benefits, and local culinary delights of honey. Take a peek inside a beehive, indulge in delectable honey-infused tastings and beer, and family-friendly festivities while learning about the importance of bees in our ecosystem. The sweet atmosphere will be accompanied by the latest and greatest folk/rock tunes from local musicians Russ Thompson and Q.
Honey Buzztival
- Wednesday, September 10th at 10 am-2 pm,  Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market, 400 block Fayetteville St, City Plaza. Website.

C.T. Weekends - Babette Trunk Show

September 9th and 10th from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Daniel from Babette will be in the store presenting the Babette line. Receive 10% off of pre-orders during the trunk show. For inquiries call 919-787-9073.
C.T. Weekends - 437 Daniels St. in Cameron Village, Raleigh 27605.
Hours Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm. Appointments only on Sun.


Homes For Sale -Olde Raleigh Real Estate 

 Under Contract 3221 Anderson Dr. $525,000 MLS # 1958631
2523 SF /4bdrs /3 baths 
 4123 Gardenlake Dr Executive Rental $4000/mo.
4222 SF /3bdrs / 3.5bath / Fin Basement
 Reduced 2842 Wycliff Rd $215,000 MLS #1959993 2130 SF /3bdrs / 2.5bath


Contact: Jill Rekuc, Olde Raleigh Real Estate, Phone: 919.389.0555, Email:, Website: 


1.99% Home Equity Line of Credit -Use for Home Improvements, Debt Consolidation, College Tuition and more. Call Stephen J. Waters, III, Personal Banker. 2101 Clark Avenue, Cameron Village Raleigh, NC 27605.     

Email: Phone: 919-755-2401 and 24-hr Client Care: 800-SUNTRUST(786-8787). 


Jitty's Boutique - Want to dress for your age and have fun with what you wear? Want to be On Trend and A little Edgy without looking like your daughter? Discover Jitty's!!
3 Dot, 525, Greylin, Kut, Weston, Sweetie Pie....much more!

Jitty's Boutique:2014 Cameron Street-2 doors down from Baskin-Robbins in Cameron Village. Phone: 919-839-6161, Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-7, Sun. 1-5

. Website. Tell them you saw it here for an additional 30% off.  


Acquisitions Ltd.'s Annual Warehouse Sale - Extended one more weekend! Saturday, September13th at 1515 Sunrise Ave. in Raleigh (off of Whitaker Mill Road). Come find your treasured English & French antiques of home furnishings and accessories.
Sale begins Saturday, 8:00am - 2:00pm at 1515 Sunrise Ave., Raleigh, 27608 , Phone number day of sale, 919-834-7591. 


Kenna Custom Painting is available to tackle your residential painting needs.  With their 

multi-paint-cans.jpg great crews that perform very professional jobs on residential homes, you won't believe how quiet and unobtrusive they are.  So if you have that "itch" to freshen up your home, interior or exterior before springtime, contact them now.  Call 919-855-0082 or Email:  Website.




Would love to share all the new trends and designs we've seen and created after our week at the High Point Furniture Market. Zaytoun Interiors can help put together a home you'll love, one room at a time. Whether you're starting out or starting over, call for help. Visit our blog Simply-Refined for inspiration. This Interior Design team will inspire and help you with your designs and decorating needs. Website. Email, Ph: 305-793-8510.    



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