It’s Springtime in California…

and it’s time to tune up your noses:

Check out work by San Francisco scent artist Sita Bhaumik at the CCA MFA Show
May 12th 6pm-10pm, 1111 8th St San Francisco

Embrace the last days of one sweet sale:
Velvet and Sweet Pea Purrfumery is commemorating this year’s spectacular bee season with a sale.
From April 11-30, all liquid perfumes, crème perfumes, eau de parfum, colognes and limited edition perfumes will be Buy 1, Get 1 Half Off. All hail the queen bee! This is a marvelous opportunity to try a scent you have been coveting, and get another one of equal or lesser value at half the regular price. (Psst! Don’t forget that Mother’s Day is right around the corner on Sunday, May 8!)

I absolutely love the Purrfumery’s baroque floral fragrances. They are all natural and worth every pretty penny! Try the new Rose perfume!

To get in on the fun, email the Purrfumery or call 510-528-8040.

SF scent event this weekend

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11TH, 3-6PM

BRUNO FAZZOLARI WILL BE ON HAND TO DISCUSS SCENT AND ART AND WILL BRING ALONG A SELECTION OF AROMA MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS.

DRINKS AND TREATS WILL BE SERVED.

BRUNO FAZZOLARI: MIRROR 5, THROUGH DECEMBER 18, 2010

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Scents that Heal

DON’T MISS THE LAST TALK OF THE SUMMER GARDEN SERIES

This Sunday September 12, 2010 1-2pm

Have you wondered why such potent incense wafts out of your acupuncturist or holistic therapist’s office? Kil-Young Yu, LAc, acupuncturist and herbalist at Oakland Community Acupuncture explains this and the medicinal properties of other odoriferous herbs in the Traditional Chinese Herb Garden at the University of California Botanical Garden.

Admission is free with general admission ($9 – discounts for seniors and students, FREE for UCB students).

ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED. Call 510-643-2755 to reserve  your spot.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SERIES…

Most garden enthusiasts are drawn to the magnificent visual display of the diverse landscapes at the University of California Botanical Garden in Berkeley, CA. Why not give your eyes a break and the your nose lead you instead through the labyrinth of flowers, bushes, herbs and trees?

“What the Nose Knows” is a series of unique, interactive scent-based experiences of the UC Botanical Garden held in August and September 2010. Each event features a talk or walking tour with a scent expert in the Chinese Herb Garden, Asian and Californian sections. Guests will meet at the main Garden entrance just before 1pm.

Tea Time

This SUNDAY August 29, 2010 1-2pm

Join Olfactive and Toshiko Ueda, educator at the Urasenke Foundation San Francisco and proprietor of Atelier B Pastry in San Francisco gives a presentation on the role of scent in Japanese tea ceremony in What the Nose Knows series at the University of California Botanical Garden.

Admission is free with general admission ($9 – discounts for seniors and students, FREE for UCB students).

ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED. Call 510-643-2755 to reserve  your spot.

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DON’T MISS THE LAST TALK OF THE SUMMER GARDEN SERIES!

September 12, 2010 1-2pm    Scents that Heal

Have you wondered why such potent incense wafts out of your acupuncturist or holistic therapist’s office? Kil-Young Yu, LAc, acupuncturist and herbalist at Oakland Community Acupuncture explains this and the medicinal properties of other odoriferous herbs in the Traditional Chinese Herb Garden.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SERIES…

Most garden enthusiasts are drawn to the magnificent visual display of the diverse landscapes at the University of California Botanical Garden in Berkeley, CA. Why not give your eyes a break and the your nose lead you instead through the labyrinth of flowers, bushes, herbs and trees?

“What the Nose Knows” is a series of unique, interactive scent-based experiences of the UC Botanical Garden held in August and September 2010. Each event features a talk or walking tour with a scent expert in the Chinese Herb Garden, Asian and Californian sections. Guests will meet at the main Garden entrance just before 1pm.