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DTSB Holiday Pop-Up Shops to open Friday

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Downtown South Bend will be welcoming six new businesses for the upcoming holiday season.

The pop-up shops will open up on South Michigan Street on Friday, November 1, and will remain open until December 28. Five of the businesses will be at the City Center Plaza at 225 S. Michigan. The sixth shop will be next door at 217 S. Michigan.

This is the 4th year of the Holiday Pop-Up Shop program, which allows merchants to occupy a downtown storefront rent free for the holiday season. 

The 2013 Pop-Up Shops are as follows:

The Pigeon & The Hen Pottery will provide a pottery experience where all ages and skill levels can develop an appreciation for the ceramic arts from process to completion. The shop will include paint-your-own pottery sessions, group and individual classes, and handcrafted, ceramic artwork from owners, Diana Palomo and Amy Klinger. (214 S. Michigan)

Forever Clean Soap Work, Inc. provides handmade bath and body products made with all natural soap bases. Products include; after care tattoo balm, location, intensive eye and body cream, lip balm, soap and more. Customization is available upon request. (225 S. Michigan, City Center Plaza)

Upstyle Custom Home Boutique focuses on up-cycled, re-purposing of furniture and home décor items. A wide variety of selection will be available including everything from furniture to smaller items such as coasters. (225 S. Michigan, City Center Plaza)

Kevin Haggenjos Photography specializes in wedding, sport, and family portraiture. Sessions will be available in studio or on location. Personalized photo items will also be available for sale in studio. (225 S. Michigan, City Center Plaza)

Artisan Alley will be host to various handmade items including; repurposed furniture, jewelry, and home décor. (225 S. Michigan, City Center Plaza)

The Ludus Machine specializes in tabletop and card games and also stocks unique, hard to find games. The store will include space for playing and will host regular tournaments. (225 S. Michigan, City Center Plaza)

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