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Oct 5th

October eNews

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Studio 904 will be selling special Aveda hand relief moisturizers. $4 U.S. from your purchase of hand relief moisturizing creme with invigorating rosemary mint aroma supports cruelty-free research through the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. You can find these on our counters during the first two weeks of October! 

 

 

 

 

Fall Refreshers

For sun-stressed hair:  Glossing treatment, Aveda’s Deep Conditioning, Color Balancing
To richen foil weaves:  Add rich caramel or golden tones to your foil formula
To help your hair’s condition: Use ammonium-free Nectaya color for incredible shine
Ask your stylist for even more ideas for your specific hair type

 

 

Celebrating Pasado’s Legacy 

This year marks the 25th year anniversary of Pasado’s death. Pasado was a beloved, 21 year old who lived at Kelsey Creek Farm. One night, he was brutally beaten to death by three teenage boys who broke into his pasture. What happened to Pasado was unforgivable, and immediately after, plans were forming to create what eventually became Pasado’s Safe Haven, for animals who are abused or neglected with nowhere to go. Out of a cruel, senseless death, a movement was born, firmly rooted in a legacy of love. Studio 904 has adopted two donkeys from the sanctuary, Bab’s and Ole, who we visit regularly and raise money towards. On December 2nd, Studio 904 will be hosting the 10th annual Angels for the Animals fundraiser which we invite all of you to join — drinks and snacks will be served and we will be selling a variety of different exciting things as well as bonding with our community! All proceeds will go towards different animal sanctuary’s in order to better the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves.

 

How Do You Correct a Wrong?

Keiko Kay Hirai: Speaking Up Against Nuclear War (Click to watch book trailer). On Sunday October 8th at 3pm, Kay Hirai invites you to come to the Mercer Island library as her and cast members tap into painful childhood memories enacting experiences of overcoming violence, isolation and family secrets in post-war Japan. Keiko’s Journey takes us into the past but it is really a contemporary story relevant to millions of immigrants, migrants and refugees. We are looking forward to seeing you!

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