With Easter coming, we will not be open late for Pendleton’s Second Friday on April 14. We will be open our regular hours that day, as well as Saturday the 15th.
On the 15th, from 10 AM – 5 PM we will have an Easter Card Make & Take that is $1/card or free with a $20 purchase.
The photo is of the Easter Bunny candy bars ($3 each) that we made this year.
By now a lot of you know about the comfortable clothing line LuLaRoe. Their clothing fits a wide range of sizes and comes in limited run patterns (as well as solids).
Our friend Katie Dante has been a LuLaRoe consultant for a few years now and has a fabulous selection to choose from. She will be bringing it all to the The Mercantile the evening of March 31 from 5:30 – 7:30. You may want to get here early, the artists will be setting up for Spring Jubilee and parking will be at a premium. Come, enjoy dinner at one of the local restaurants and shop here at The Mercantile with Katie.
We will have refreshments while you shop and a fitting “room” available to try on the variety of styles.
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We will have a variety of games and toys set up in the store so you can play… Mad Mattr, Tenzi, Slapzi, Ruckus, Five Crowns, and Milles Bournes are all possibilities… Not for competition, just for (free) FUN!
We will also have (free) refreshments for you to enjoy while you are here.
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We have our March schedule ready. Terri and Cindy have some fun creative classes on the schedule for you to enjoy. All we ask is that you call ahead to reserve a spot so we know how many to prepare for.
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Give us a call during regular business hours (10 – 5:30 Monday – Saturday) to reserve your space in class. See you soon!
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Katie will be here again this Friday from 5 – 7 PM with her wonderful selection of LuLaRoe clothing… including the Valentine leggings!
We will have light refreshments and a fitting room set up for you to try things on. See you then!
January is a tricky month to schedule classes. We have Market, and Terri is not in the store another Saturday. But, we always have Crafting A-La-Carte! Give us a call, times are filling fast (hint: the last week of the month is already fully booked.)
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We have tickets available for the February 4 & 5, 2017 Lawrenceville Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival! Tickets are $6.00 each and good for both days ($8.00 at the door Saturday & $6.00 on Sunday).
If we get an accumulation of snow today into tomorrow, any updates to our hours of operation will be posted on our facebook page which streams in the lower right corner of our web page. It is much easier to post there than it is here.
We are proceeding with a wait and see attitude. The forecasts vary from one model to another and we have seen the amounts range from 1″ up to 7″. But nature is a fickle science, all is based on educated guessing based on past scenarios. We may get less than 1″ and we may get more than 7″, we will wait and see.
Please, be safe and warm.
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A very big THANK YOU to all of our customers and friends for making 2016 a memorable year. We would not have been able to make it through without all of you.
As we bid farewell to 2016, we look forward to the possibilities that 2017 has to offer us all. We wish all of you a very safe and Happy New Year!