Beth Millner to Speak on Discussion Panels at Two Local Events
This November, Beth will be sharing her experience and knowledge at two events in Marquette, MI that promote creatives and entrepreneurs in our community! Read more about each event and find out how to attend below.
Revolve CC is a brand new creative collaboration conference in Marquette, Michigan. Its goal is to promote the creative class in the Midwest and support collaboration, cross-discipline works, and creative business. Beth will join two other Marquette business owners, Ben Johnson of Elegant Seagulls and Dan Pemble of Sacred Tattoo, to discuss what it is like starting and maintaining a creative business outside of a major city. Learn more and register to attend on their website: https://revolvecc.net
Innovate Marquette SmartZone is hosting a panel of female entrepreneurs who over their many years of experience have surmounted barriers regarding more than just creativity. Panelists include
Sarah Lindholm Ruuska of Lutey's Flower Shop, Michele Dupras of Revisions and Carrie Clevidence Pearson, children's book author and consultant. They will discuss the challenges they face by being a woman in entrepreneurship, ways they have overcome these challenges, and how they have paved the way for other women in the community. Learn more and RSVP on their Facebook Event Page.
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It's that time of year again, Ladies Night here in Downtown Marquette! We invite you to this year's 23rd Annual Ladies Night Out event where you can enjoy a night of jewelry shopping, prizes, refreshments, giving back to our community, and of course, a whole lot of fun!
We're excited to announce that we're releasing a limited line of stone earrings on November 8th! This is one of our most common customer requests, and has been a long time in the making. Because Great Lake Stones are so unique, it can be difficult to find a "pair" that are similar enough to set in earrings. But we've saved our matches, and we hope you love them as much as we do!