AUG 17, 2018
ALL THAT SPEAKS GOOD.
We’re gearing up for tonight’s All’s Well’s Night Market and we are super stoked about the activities we have in store for you. This third edition of the Night Market is inspired by all that speaks goodness, positivity and kinship rooted from the Danish philosophy of Hygge.
We believe the Danes have really got this figured out! They truly believe in finding happiness, goodness and mindfulness in everyday moments; in many aspects. From lifestyle, furnishing, fashion and most certainly, food! Playing on this idea of Danish culture it has given us an open window to really experiment with all things GOOD and we can’t wait to share it with you.
We feel really honoured this month to welcome some new as well as familiar faces back to Anchor & Den. We believe the activities we have lined up for you truly invokes the ‘All’s Well’ concept.
We are also lucky to be welcoming back Ms. Lindsay Correia to lead her enchanting Mala workshop, where she will be inviting guests to infuse their meditation practice with sacred meaning and intention setting by creating their own unique mala bracelet. Make sure to stop by her station to create your very own meditation mala.
Some newer faces for us this month is a Brooklyn-based company, Incausa. one of the unique suppliers that we are showcasing at the Apothecary Table in Botanika Union. Their products are not only amazing but the soul of the company is beautiful! They pride themselves on creating a line of products for ritual and meditation practice that touches on the ancient and native traditions. Stop by their stall to meet and learn about their breakthrough projects. You can also watch as they bundle their signature incense for you that are available for purchase. Trust us these incense are incredible; get them while you can!
And last but not least, we are welcoming for the first time to Anchor & Den Ms. Kathleen Bodden-Harris, who comes from Cayman Brac. Kathleen will be leading an exclusive labyrinth session throughout the evening under the stars in our courtyard. The labyrinth is an ancient symbol that has been rediscovered and adapted for use today. This has been used as a meditation and prayer tool for hundreds of years. It is used for walking meditation to assist us in finding peace and clarity, managing stress, assisting with decision making, self-exploration and reflection.
Experience this unique activity and learn from one of the only Labyrinth keepers on this side of the world.
We will also be featuring delicious and GOODness-inspired food and drinks offerings all evening long. See below for all of the yummy stalls we have this month:
Honey Boulangerie – featuring local beekeeper, Reagan’s honey.
Taste this signature and sacred ingredient in cakes, tarts, breads and jams!
We will be showcasing a live beehive making the honey in front of your eyes!
Pop Up Kombucha Bar – featuring our pals from Jessie’s Juice Bar. Stop by their station and try their signature Kombucha alongside our mixologists’ version of Kombucha cocktails!
Smørrebrød Stall – a Danish classic. We will be featuring an array of authentic Smørrebrød (open face sandwiches)
– Organic Wine Bar
– Healthy Corner
– Maki Cones Stall
– Paillote stall
– Tea Shop from Tea Time in Cayman Teas.
– Flower Power Bar Cart
– Naturopathica tinctures and showcase stall
plus so much more!
All’s Well Night Market
Taking place at Anchor & Den
Friday, 17th of August, from 6pm
Complimentary valet parking
Free Kids Club activities for children (5–12 years old).
Avoid the lines and purchase your tickets in advance at the A&D bar. See you tonight.