Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Vision Collage Workshop

 Ho, Ho, Ho... 
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout,  
I'm telling you why...
Frantic times are coming to town!
Get your gal-pals together & take a break from "decking the halls".  
Join Debo for her
December Vision Collage Workshop....
"Holiday Wrap-Up"

When: Friday Dec. 7th
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: Diggin 'it, of course!
507 No. Tennessee St.
Cost: $25 (includes materials)
See you then...Jingle, Jingle...

Bring a friend and you BOTH get $5 off! 

Saturday, November 24, 2012

In the paper again!!!

diggin' it made it in the Dallas Morning News again!  Check out the article and stop by the store for some funky finds and local artists!

Diggin' It: McKinney’s colorful indoor-outdoor emporium by Rita Cook

"Folks still stop in at McKinney’s old Greyhound station, but not to catch the bus.

Photo credit by: Amy Rickwartz of Whole Hart Photography

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Drum Circle at Diggin' It

The drum is a musical instrument transformed into a healing tool.

Drumming is a return to wholeness.  It helps humanity maintain its innate connection to the rhythms of nature.

Drumming is about self-expression, relaxation, spirituality, quality of life and healing.

You don't need any drumming experience.  Drums and other noise makers will be available for you to use or you can bring your own.

The philosophy of drumming is about connecting to the beat within you.  Healing, like rhythm, comes from within you.

Join our Drum Circle on Friday, November 16th  from 7pm-9pm

Facilitated by: Reiki Master Teacher Andre'
Suggested donation  $10

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Diggin' It in DHome Magazine, Woohoo!

McKinney: Small-Town Feel, Big-City Perks

Visit the charming downtown of the Collin County seat.

by Dawn McMullan
Published 10.31.2012
From D Home NOV-DEC 2012
Billy Simmons and his partner, Marc Steib, grew up in small towns. After living in Richardson for more than a decade, they decided they wanted something different. One day, they stumbled upon downtown McKinney and fell in love...“You see people walking downtown all the time,” says Tracey Collins, who moved there 20 years ago and now owns a shop right off the square...Collins’ Diggin’ It garden shop, in the old Greyhound bus station, is a fun diversion.