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PLEASE NOTE: I will continue shipping orders until 12/23 but cannot promise that they will arrive before Christmas. Any orders placed 12/24 or later will not ship until after 12/30. If you're local, you can buy a calendar at Rare Device, Omnivore Books, and at the Lucky Peach Holiday Bazaar (Dec. 20-21 at 3253 16th St. SF)


Add more donut to your day with the Donuts of the Bay Area 2015 Calendar. Treat yourself or your donut-obsessed BFF with a year-round fix for the office or kitchen. Donuts of the Bay Area is a memorable, fun, and unique gift that showcases the Bay Area's foodie tendencies and its indulgent streak.

You'll get donuts inspired by Bob's Donuts & Pastry Shop, Johnny Doughnuts, Donut Savant, Outerlands, Pinkie's Bakery, Heartbaker, King Pin Donuts, Donut World, Colonial Donuts, Mr. Holmes Bakeshop, A Spoonful of Sugar and more.

- One dozen new watercolor pieces featuring over two dozen donuts
- Donut name and shop featured each month
- Wire-o binding for flat hanging
- 8x10 inch standard size art so you can frame and enjoy beyond New Year's Eve

10 x 8 inch plus 1/4 inch wire-o binding

Your calendar will ship in a plastic sleeve securely tucked into a cardboard mailer.


Fine print:
Watercolor images © April V. Walters - All Rights Reserved

Donuts of the Bay Area is not affiliated, associated, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with featured businesses.

Donuts of the Bay Area 2015 Wall Calendar - An Illustrated Calendar Featuring Doughnuts for the Fried Dough Fanatic and Foodie


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink, watercolor, wire
  • Only ships within United States.
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