This week we celebrate two holidays: Thanksgiving and Hanukkah. Thanksgiving, celebrated this Thursday, is traditionally centered around a huge turkey dinner enjoyed with friends and family. Hanukkah, an eight-day “festival of lights” celebration beginning this Sunday, focuses on a nightly lighting of the menorah, prayers and eating fried foods, especially doughnuts. Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Hanukkah to all from the Dancing Eye Gallery!
Stay tuned and make sure to check our website every Tuesday for our weekly gift idea. Each week, a different category. We hope to help make your shopping a bit easier – and fun!
The definition of hygge (pronounced hooga): A quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being. From Danish culture.
The Dancing Eye Gallery helps to connect the ways you can live hygge with some of the selections found in our store:
Light some candles
Light a Fire
Put on Comfy Clothes
Take a Walk
Ride a Bike
Share a Meal
Drink Something Hot
Read a Book
Park your brooms (and umbrellas) at the door and come in for a spell! Need a last minute gift for your Halloween party, trick or treat night or just to decorate your haunted home? The Dancing Eye Gallery has a variety of Halloween treats that you can’t, or shouldn’t, pass up!
Not only is it a night out for witches this Thursday from 6-9 p.m., but Dancing Eye Gallery will feature artist Judy Rizzo, creator of our whimsical skellys! See some of her skellys below:
Frights & Delights month continues with our next trunk show this Friday, October 8 from 7-9 p.m., featuring CreepynCuteShop! Share in the love of handmade Creepy but Cute dolls with artists Doreen Sarrach Defauw and Piper Paton.