Thomson, IL (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
Every other Saturday, the Heirloom Market & Café hosts a live recording of their hit variety show called, “The Old Time Heirloom Hour.” Each show introduces a special guest, as well as a talented local band that plays throughout the hour. The show offers its viewers a series of slapstick humor and great live music that is different from week to week.
The Heirloom Market & Café recently announced that they will be bringing on an extremely special guest for the next recording of the show on June 15, 2013. They will have Michele Beschen, the star of the PBS hit do-it-yourself TV show, “b. organic.” Beschen grew up and graduated high school in Savanna, Illinois which happens to be less than 15 miles north of the Heirloom Market & Café.
In 2002, Beschen created a successful production company called “Simply Michele, Inc.” In 2003, they launched the first 30 minute weekly television series titled, "Michele Beschen's Courage to Create." That show eventually evolved into "b. organic” and has delivered 130 episodes.
She believes that, “Creating goes hand in hand with natural living because it empowers us to do for ourselves, be resourceful and self-reliant, while also keeping us in good health both physically and mentally.” This passion for creating and natural living has driven her company to, “explore, express and exchange fresh ideas through rousing content platforms built around originality and grassroots efforts.”
Her interest in do-it-yourself projects has given her opportunities for appearances on the Rachael Ray Show, Scripps News, Good Morning America, Do It Yourself Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, and more.
At 10:00 a.m. June 15, 2013 she will join hosts Bill Heid and Bob Whitten to talk about her keen ability to repurpose just about anything. Throughout the show they will work to find out what influenced Michele’s DIY lifestyle and even how she was able to take her love for DIY and make a successful career out of it.
For more information, a schedule of upcoming shows, and an archive of previously recorded “The Old Time Heirloom Hour” episodes go to…http://www.theheirloommarket.com/the-old-time-heirloom-hour/.
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