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Mom-Friendly Jewelry at Joan Shepp; Jam Out at Occasionette

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RITTENHOUSE ROW —Chestnut Street's Joan Shepp will host a trunk show from Philly jewelry designer John Wind of John Wind Maximal Art. One of the last events before Joan Shepp's big move, the trunk show will showcase Wind's vintage-modern pieces—perhaps even his best-selling enamel pendants (hint, hint: Mother's Day gift). What's more, Wind will display a small collection of jewelry inspired by the Art Museum's new Patrick Kelly exhibit. The trunk show takes place 10am to 6pm Saturday, May 10. [RackedWire]

EAST PASSYUNK AVE—In what might be the most wholesome boutique-hosted event ever, Occasionette will hold a free jam making demo featuring the expertise of Food in Jars blogger Marisa McClellan. The canning expert will also sign copies of her new book, Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning for Small Spaces. Stop by Occasionette between 5pm and 8pm Saturday, May 10. [RackedWire]

Joan Shepp

1625 Chestnut St , Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 735-2666 Visit Website

Occasionette

1825 East Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19148 Visit Website

Joan Shepp

1625 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA