On Friday, amidst the hullabaloo and hoopla of Celebrate Lancaster, we quietly reopened our store in its cozy new home at the rear of our building. After careful market research, we simply couldn’t find any supporting evidence to suggest that operating a retail store in the middle of an active construction zone was A) good for business; B) safe; or C) deemed a good idea by pretty much anyone with any notion of common sense.

So we closed the store last week to build some new displays and decorations and recreate our store at the rear of the building in the recently completed second room – the future home of our music venue! Simply put – it’s lookin’ purdier than a New Mexico sunset in August. And we have it on good authority that those there sunsets are the bee’s knees.

We realize that passersby might see the construction in the front room and just assume we’ve packed up and left, so this here is a friendly reminder that we are, in fact, still very much open!

AND, we have corn hole boards and giant Jenga sets on hand to spice up your Fourth of July festivities this weekend. (Side note: we are closed on Thursday in honor of the holiday…)

AND, next week, we’ll be rolling out some brand-new jewelry and gifts from Nepal, with proceeds benefiting the awesome non-profit Saprinu!

To help you find us, we’ve prepared this handy little treasure map (see below). Save it to your phone, send it to your friends and coworkers – help us get the word out!!! We hope to see you soon. Let us know what you think of the new digs below!