Get a yard sign and Petworth magnet at the Farmer's Market this weekend!

Get a yard sign and Petworth magnet at the Farmer's Market this weekend!

I'll be at the Petworth Farmer's Market on Saturday, October 21st from 9:30am - 1pm selling the Glad You're Our Neighbor signs, as well as Proud to Live in a Sanctuary City and Love Lives Here -- and Petworth magnets!

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Announcing Stand Up! Signs — a great way to share your voice through yard signs

Announcing Stand Up! Signs — a great way to share your voice through yard signs

I really wanted to find a way to help people get signs, but the logistics of printing hundreds of signs and shipping across the country seemed daunting. But a friend and I came up with a solution, a new company called Stand Up! Signs — because right now is the wrong time to sit down and be quiet.

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A message of acceptance and welcome: How to print your own "glad you're our neighbor" sign

A message of acceptance and welcome: How to print your own "glad you're our neighbor" sign

The response to the "glad you're our neighbor" yard signs has been pretty amazing. When I posted to the blog we sold out. Then TV channels ran stories, and NPR did a national story. And we've been inundated with requests from across the country for signs.

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You can get a "Glad You're Our Neighbor" sign from Stand Up Signs!

You can get a "Glad You're Our Neighbor" sign from Stand Up Signs!

First of all... wow.  We sold 460 signs to neighbors. Most purchased one sign, some people bought 3, 4 or more. Knowing so many of our neighbors believe in acceptance is extremely heartening. Thanks for making Petworth amazing. 

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Display your sense of civility and democracy and buy a yard sign

Display your sense of civility and democracy and buy a yard sign

Update: Sales have closed. We'll try to have them ready for pickup on Saturday, 12/10 during the Art & Craft Fair on Upshur Street around 4pm.

I saw a great sign in a neighbor's yard this week, and posted a photo to Instagram. I received a lot of questions from readers on how they can buy the same sign. Turns out, local resident Conrad Gross produced the signs based off the design originally created by the Immanuel Mennonite church in Harrisonburg, Virginia. And you can get one if you want one. 

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