KING CITY — Sol Treasures has announced the grand reopening of the newly designed and freshly stocked boutique in the back room of the gift shop at 519 Broadway St. in King City.
Following all safety protocols and socially distant regulations, the boutique officially opened Feb. 8 and can be accessed by the public Monday through Friday, from 12 to 5 p.m.
“We continue to offer the amazing handmade items of our local consignment artists, like Katie Mackin’s fabric veggie bags and seasonal face masks by local fabric artists,” said Jeff Hinderscheid, deputy director at Sol Treasures.
In addition to the boutique, a new art presentation has been moved into the gallery as of Feb. 1. A tribute to the beauty of Monterey County, the gallery showcases written and painted works from local artists that illustrates the charm of the Salinas Valley, the spectacular coastline and the rich history of South County.
Sol Treasures also continues to offer safe programming for children as well as adults through virtual means and in-person outdoor workshops, including some Art in a Bag projects that can be picked up right in the shop.
Other programming on the horizon includes the drive-in concert, “Heart and Sol,” on Friday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds. For tickets, go online to soltreasures.com/event/heart-and-sol.
In addition to various classes and workshops, a six-week creative writing series begins Feb. 22 and runs through March 29.
“Sol Treasures invites all community members to come in and view the gallery, walk through the gift shop and inquire about their programs,” Hinderscheid said.
For more information about Sol Treasures and its programs, visit soltreasures.com.