Boss Babes ATX (bbatx), the local nonprofit that amplifies women and nonbinary creatives and entrepreneurs, is announcing today the launch of “Something Good Sundays” taking place each weekend at their recently opened HQ (916 Springdale Rd. in the No. 3 green and black mobile trailer in the art retail area) from March 14 to April 11.
Each Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., bbatx will highlight a different women-owned small business participating in their virtual craftHER Market that’s running online through April and who have been featured in the org’s craftHER box. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from different vendors, meet the bbatx team, learn about local grassroots initiatives uplifting justice and have conversations with women entrepreneurs over complimentary cocktails from LALO Tequila, an Austin-based tequila brand co-founded by LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs. The full calendar of these pop-ups can be found below:
Something Good Sundays Pop-up Schedule:
MARCH 14: Redeemer Small Batch CBD by Bailey Weickum
MARCH 21: Soy Society Wellness Club by Jasmine Cormier
MARCH 28: The Medicinal Melange by Elizabeth Ryan
APRIL 4: Temazcal Organic Soap by Erika Aldrich Murga
APRIL 11: Conscious Culture Coffee by Kirti Kana
There will also be an art installation for viewing by Austin-based artist and bbatx Board President Xochi Solis, whose works included multilayered, collaged paintings constructed of paint, hand-dyed paper, vinyl, plastics, and images from found books and magazines.
These COVID-friendly pop-ups are open to the public, with social distancing and masks required. Visiting reservations are encouraged. For more information on bossbabesATX, or to donate to the 501c(3) nonprofit, visit https://bossbabes.org/ and follow them on Instagram @bossbabesatx.