Petite Petal Co is moving!

Posted on May 24th, 2019 by Petite Petal Co.

Petite Petal Co. is moving!

Don't Worry it's just a couple doors down from where we are now! We'll be moving into the space that used to be Freshly Worn Furniture.

We will be closing to make our big (little) move starting on May 28th and will re open our brand new doors on June 8th! We are excited for our new space as it will allow us to host larger private parties as well as being able to offer more seats for our workshops!

We can't wait to see you so stop by on June 8th and in the mean time check out our new workshop schedule for the Summer and follow along on Instagram!

Our new address will be
389 E Campbell Ave
Campbell CA



In celebration of the upcoming long Memorial day weekend, we want to treat one lucky winner to a $100 Sushi Confidential Gift Card, good for use at either of our two restaurants in downtown Campbell or downtown San Jose.

To enter, you must follow Sushi Confidential on Facebook (or Instagram), and tag three friends in the comments. Up to 15 entries per person. Winner chosen at random. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with Instagram or Facebook. Giveaway ends Monday, May 27th 2019 at midnight, pacific coast time.

If you love 🍣 as much as we do, and would love a night off from cooking or want to simply treat yourself, feel free to enter to win. Good luck to all!

How often to you get rid of your clothes? After a few wears? or after years of use? When the time comes, how do you dispose of your clothing? According to data from 2015 most clothing ended up in landfills. The breakdown: Landfill 63%, Combustion 19%, Donated/Recycled 12.5%, Unknown 5.5%. Visit "Wearing the Living World: How Fashion Impacts Nature" at the Ainsley House to learn more about how our clothes are made. Open through October and FREE to view (tour of house not included).

Below are the showtimes for Osio Theater, May 24-30, 2019. Osio, a nonprofit movie theater dedicated to independent, foreign, and art films, is located at 350 Alvarado Street in Old Monterey. Purchase advance tickets on our website.

Thurs at 7pm

In 2015, five friends from Australia bike from Oklahoma to California - the same route the families traveled in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. The friends did this on a budget of just $420 (the equivalent to the $18 each family had, on average, when they made the same journey during the Dust Bowl). The friends were overwhelmed by the generosity of the people in the states they biked through. During the documentary's editing process, they realized the trek was more about the people they met than the trek itself. Watch the trailer.

Weekdays at 1:30pm, 4:15pm, 7pm
Sat & Sun at 11am, 1:30pm, 4:15pm, 7pm

Ralph Fiennes directs this biopic of Russian ballet artist Rudolf Nureyev. Starting with his childhood in a poverty stricken town in the Soviet Union through to his defection to the West, the film portrays a life in which love, art, and international relations all intersect. Oleg Ivenko turns in a riveting debut as Nureyev, a consummate artist who is forced to risk everything. Watch the trailer.

Daily at 3pm, 6pm

This documentary tells the story of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, America’s most widely known sex therapist. Her frank and direct way of addressing all manner of topics having to do with sex helped her to capture the public’s attention in the 1980s and she has held it ever since. Find out how Dr. Ruth (now approaching the age of 90) survived the Holocaust and went on to become an unlikely voice for the sexual revolution. Watch the trailer.

Weekdays at 2pm, 4:30pm, 7pm
Sat & Sun at 11:30am, 2pm, 4:30pm, 7pm

A struggling street photographer in Mumbai, pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develop a connection that transforms them in ways they could not expect. Watch the trailer.

Daily at 4:45pm

This hot-button documentary tracks the mercurial rise of the Satanic Temple. In a mere 6 years the Temple has become the most controversial and divisive religious movement in America. The Temple’s founder and enigmatic leader Lucien Graves, backed by his rapidly growing congregation, aims to redeem the soul of America by way of a Satanic revolution. This documentary charts the group's growth and questions its validity. . Watch the...Read More

Today is a milestone for Alvarado Street Brewery and Grill. The concept of reviving the heritage Monterey Beer brand (produced 1934-1942) began five years ago before we opened our downtown pub. We found a "cone top" vintage Monterey Beer can from the early 1940's and pondered how amazing it would be to bring it back one day.

About three years ago we officially began the project; along the way, we connected with relatives of the Monterey Brewing Company to hear more about the story of Monterey Beer and its founders, Armin Neubert Sr. and his son Armin Neubert Jr. We went through countless design rounds to ensure the artwork of the can was as close as possible to the original, recalling the days of John Steinbeck and the Great Depression that brought so many to the fertile Salinas Valley.

And as for the beer itself...unfortunately all brewing records were impossible to find, so we settled on an ALL MALT, refreshing light lager that's 4.5% alcohol by volume. A beer that's crisp and dry and perfect for any occasion. Beer flavored beer, if you will.

As for its availability, you've gotta come to the source - Monterey County (for now). We're partnering with many retailers around our area to make this widely available for $8.99 per six pack, and it's also currently available at both our Salinas Tasting Room and Alvarado Street Brewery and Grill at 426 Alvarado Street in Monterey.

Union Yoga presents a new class, Bring the Babes, a fun yoga class for new mothers and their babies (6 weeks to crawling) taught by Megan McKenzie every Wednesday, 1:30pm-2:30pm, May 22 - June 26. You can attend the entire series, or just drop-in on a class whenever you want. Prior yoga experience is not needed to join this class.

This class provides moms the opportunity to regain strength and tone muscle while bonding, singing and playing with their babies. You and your baby will play and practice yoga while you sing songs, explore movement, practice infant massage and connect with other moms and babies. Moms can slowly regain strength while cultivating confidence and alleviate neck, shoulder, and back pain through yoga postures. Know that it is natural for your baby to cry, so change a diaper or feed your baby anytime during class to make them comfortable.

This class provides a comfortable, supportive environment where moms can meet other moms and create special memories with their babies. New moms should receive permission from their care provider to begin this or any exercise postpartum. Union Yoga is located at 244 Pearl Street in Monterey.