Thursday, July 15, 2010

They make PERFECT SCENTS.....

For all you ladies that want to keep your house smelling fresh, clean, savory, romantic, and yummy - no need to shop at the retail stores anymore just contact Dory at Scentsy and she will be happy to be of service. In fact, call her for a house party and you most likely will receive a really nice 'host' gift !! If I love it YOU will too. She was a HIT at the Indie Jubilee !!

Here are just a few of the fragrances to check out:
  • Mad about Mint
  • Satin Sheets
  • Berry Blush
  • Simply Irresistible
  • Flirtatious
  • Sticky Cinnamon Bun
  • Mineral Springs
  • Mediterranean Spa


Monday, July 12, 2010


I just wanted to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to every single of one you !! All of you had a significant part in the planning and I am very grateful for you! From my perspective it looks as though we accomplished what we wanted and MORE ! The first couple hours was a bit 'iffy' but as the day progressed it was a success !! Without the support and encouragement of our friends, family, and personal beliefs, our dreams wouldn't of come true!

I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! Wished I had more time to actually purchase alot of the goods but at least I have your website and phone number to contact you! I will be forwarding a survey within the next few days so that we may be able to do it next year, 2nd Annual Indie Jubilee !!

Follow our blog, for future events !!!

Thank You ! Mahalo (hawaiian)! Salamat (filipino)


Friday, July 9, 2010

Hawaiian Dancers, Poets, Filipino Folk Dancing....

Entertainment Line Up !!

Music provided by

((11:00)) Open Mic for Vendors

((12:15)) Poetry with Nadia

((1:00)) Hawaiian Dancers

((2:15)) Filipino Folk Dance

Sulyap Pilipino

Cultural Dance Group


Thursday, July 8, 2010

DJ Stealth and JJ Productions....When I hear Music, it makes me DANCE DANCE DANCE !!

You won’t find him as a “New Kid on the Block”, or your regular “Twist and Shout” fan, nor does this guy “…Give Love a Bad Name”… Disc Jockey Stealth has been long spinning, since vinyl, over the past 20 years; sharing the love of music to Chicagoans and parts of the Midwest region including Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.  
Stealth, the name received as early as high school, started as a DJ for high school and college parties moving into the Downtown Chicago Club scene. From there, a joint venture with a family friend quickly moved them onto where the grass grows ‘greener’ - weddings, reunions, bar mitzvahs, debutants, fundraisers, bridal showers and almost any type of social events.  Master of ceremonies and mixer, Stealth goes above and beyond creating the service of music in any social event to be as memorable as the reason for the party itself!! 

DJ Stealth, a.k.a. Jonathon Lalas, has partnered with other local DJ associations to establish a professional foundation: AK Sound Tech and Club Circuit DJ etc. bringing music to life in any event! Recently, this career has branched into the business of his dreams and in 2005 J&J Productions was born.  JJP uses clear sound, providing dazzling light shows, personalized CD mixes and, as always, “The Best Variety of Music!” 

Music for everyone! Latino dances, Italian & Greek weddings, Philippine folk dances, country and yes, even your very own ‘club’ nightlife DJ.  He can bring back the roaring 20’s, the 60’s, the 80’s and play at baby’s first birthday. Being by his side, as a witness to his ability to adapt to different crowds, I asked him, “How do you know what the crowd likes to hear?” He said, “THIS is what I love to do, it comes naturally”.

J&J Productions proudly offers our time and talent to God from which all this is possible.  When DJ Stealth is not behind the turntables, he’s Jon – my husband and a down to earth man that loves spending his time with our two dogs and in the kitchen, mixes a mean pot of chicken noodle soup!

Joselle Nayre-Lalas
Life partner to DJ Stealth

Thank you for supporting J&J Productions at the First Annual Indie Jubilee.   

For more info you can contact J&J Productions at


Monday, July 5, 2010

Lil Epic Prints...The place to shop for invitations and greeting cards

Happy Fourth of July! What a wonderful weekend it was don't you agree?! This week we're doing the opposite of "going back to the old grinding board" - we are getting ready for another fun-filled weekend, by squeezing in the Indie Jubilee to your agenda!

Today we are featuring a spunky graphic designer name Chyrel ! She is known to be a very talented artist that has skills to draw with a stylus, BUT what you don't know is she also has mad skills by shaking her hips to Polynesian beats! Stop by her booth on Saturday, buy a card and maybe she can give you a quick hula lesson if you're nice!

The following is a mini bio taken from her Etsy Shop! Tata ....

Hey everyone!
My name is Chyrel and I am a Chicago-based graphic designer who has a deep love and passion for all things paper! I make custom invitations, cards, stationary sets and more! I hope you enjoy my creations.

Thank you,

little epic prints.


Friday, July 2, 2010

FREE SWAG BAG .... A sneak peek of some fun stuff !! FREE !!

To the FIRST 50 Guests, you will receive a
FREE SWAG BAG full of goodies from
some of our vendors!!

Special Thanks to our Swag Bag Sponsors
that are far away 
but close at heart !


Thursday, July 1, 2010

Yummy Yummy Pastries will be in the house!!

About JOY: This all started when The Mom started making homemade bake goods from the Philippines.  When The Mom decided to move to California with the rest of the Filipinos, Joy started to miss Mom's home- cooked meals and pastries. Joy started baking and cooking slowly until she had a cookbook full of recipes that reminded her of her childhood.  As she started to learn the various recipes, friends and family requested a variety of bake goods they had when her Mom was around.  Joy is in currently in the process of starting her own catering company while baking up new recipes at the same time.  In the process of planning, she experiments and learns new things from her mistakes.  Joy believes the best way be successful is by going on misadventures .  Each error gets you closer to the perfect bite.  She has been intrigued by all different cuisines and each once influences her one way or another.
Stop by her booth to fill your sweet cravings - I know WE will ! 

For more info visit her blog at

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