Looking Back at our Healdsburg Grand Opening

Cupcake Jenna

We have been open in Healdsburg for just about three months now, and we couldn't be happier with how things are going. The locals are great and meeting the tourists is always a treat. People from all over the world come to Healdsburg for the shopping, food, and of course the wine! There is never a dull day here at the store. Everything is coming along so well, and I think the store is pretty darn spectacular, if I do say so myself. We were going through our store camera and came across these adorable photos that somehow never made it to the blog, so I guess it's better late than never, right? These are just a few, but to see them all, go to our Healdsburg Facebook page and check out the album.

"Like" us too, while you're at it! We hosted a James K concert where the children sang and danced to the fun, upbeat songs of this local children's musician. All of his songs are so catchy, we found ourselves singing and dancing along too!

James K brought along instruments so the kiddos could play along with him. It was quite the jam session and they created some pretty funky beats.

And here is Mr. Cupcake himself, boogieing away! Check out those sweet moves! Thank you to everyone who attended. It wouldn't have been the same without each and every one of you and I hope you all had a blast!

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