Fairbury’s Specialty Shops – Holiday Open House – Hey Folks, are you looking for ideas for those hard to find gifts, need a holiday shopping experience that brings a whole host of things to the table, or, maybe just a line-up of sources that gives your shopping efforts the incentive of being interesting and exciting rather that just another boring task. Fairbury’s group of Specialty Shops and Services offer an availability of merchandise and services that provide everything from standard to unique and, they are a great “rescue” for all of us who don’t have any ideas and need a boost for the upcoming holiday season.
This great assortment of business ventures have taken the retail business to a level of comfort that the big chains and operations don’t have – they’re personable, well organized, efficiently operated and they care about their customers satisfaction to a degree that goes above and beyond. Their individual fortes are such that, when combined in total, they represent about any interest you might have for housewares, crafts and hobbies, food and dining, collectors items, clothes, home, business and holiday décor, and services that alter, repair, clean, or create – there is even tuxedo rental available and, a lot more that, when seen first hand, will invoke ideas that you just don’t think of until you see the inspiration.
This Holiday Open House event is taking place on Monday, November 3rd and, there are new items and lines in for the holiday season as well as extended hours for most of the participants. You are likely to find refreshments at some of the locations as well as free samples of some of the newer interesting items that are hitting the shelves so come on out, enjoy the atmosphere, get a head start on your Christmas list or maybe just find a little something for yourself and you can grab lunch along the way at any one of several opportunities within the group.
The fun will generally start at 9am and, for several, it will run till 8pm, although there will be some variations within the ranks so check your local information for those details. The Shops and Businesses that are involved in this Holiday Adventure are:
Hearts Desire Antiques & Accents at 805 E. Oak Street
The Spotted Owl at 301 W. Oak Street
Country Cupboard at 24479 E. 800 North Road (about two miles east of Fairbury on Route 24)
Dave’s Supermarket at 120 S. Third Street
Serendipity at 116 E. Locust Street
Lost in Time/Lost Arts at 200 E. Locust Street
Meyer’s Gifts & Services at 102 W. Locust Street
Once ‘n Again at 118 W. Locust Street
The combined shopping flexibility that these places offer is awesome – easy to find and easy to get to – if you don’t already know what all is in this package then do yourself a favor and come see. Pretty sure you’ll be glad you did.