The pop-up store will feature samples of all Belle Chevre products as well as a gift box crafting station, Signed copies of Tasia Malakasis’ new debut cookbook will also be on sale, with personalization options. They’ll be able to put a gift together and we’ll ship it. Customizable books and signed copies. Personalized gift boxes can be shipped from the pop-up store at a flat rate of $5, with free shipping for orders over $100. Any visitors who spend over $50 can enter a raffle to win a Belle Chevre goodie basket: an apron, bag and cheesecake.
The pop up store will be open from 3-8 on December 15, Saturday, and 12-5 on Sunday, December 16. Special performances during this time at Tinsel Trail include: Alabama Youth Ballet Theatre, Comic Science Improv, Asher, The Love Apples, and the Discovery Middle School Flute Choir.
“Our artisan goat cheese is the perfect holiday gift,” says Belle Chevre president Tasia Malakasis. “That’s why we wanted to pop up in Huntsville as a one stop gift shop.” Tinsel Trail is at the lake on the west side of Big Spring Park and is complemented by the Huntsville Museum of Art’s ice skating rink and dozens of performers who will be playing on weekend evenings.The main entrance is located outside the gazebo in Big Spring Park. It is close to the intersection of Williams and Lowe.
Belle Chevre has produced a variety of internationally acclaimed chevres since 1989 using time-tested European farmstead techniques. The company is purposefully small, and each chevre is hand made in Alabama by its passionate cheese makers. Belle Chèvre cheeses have received numerous national awards from the American Cheese Society and the American Dairy Goat Association, and have been featured by Martha Stewart, Oprah, and everyone in between.
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