SHERMAN, Conn. — The Old Store at the Sherman Historical Society is stocking shelves and preparing to reopen on Friday, April 1.
The Old Store will be open from noon to 4 p.m. for all local shoppers.
The Old Store, run by the Sherman Historical Society, is brimming with new and colorful merchandise including: serving boards made from black walnut, spalted maple, sycamore, eastern red cedar, and other woods, handmade in Rhinebeck; glass serving bowls reminiscent of alabaster patterns; paper placemats to pair with paper napkins; clothes for infants and toddlers; lip gloss rings; “Confetti” scarves; dress-up clothes; puzzles; games and more; paperweights with lighted bases; new hats, handbags, beach totes, scarves and jewelry; and Sherman and Naromi hats and shirts for adults, babies and children.
There are more surprises for store visitors. Proceeds from The Old Store maintain the store property and help support the historical society.
Regular hours are from noon to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays, or whenever the flag is flying. Call at 860-350-3475 or visit the society's website for more information.
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