8:00 a.m. -12:00 & 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Downtown has been under major renovations lately. Here's what's going on...
LITTLE HOUSE/OLD BARBER SHOP - Jim "Stoney" Whitehouse has moved into the renovated house and not only lives there but also has the front room open to display and sell his incredible woodcarvings, jewelry and furniture. Be sure to stop by when you see the OPEN sign on the street.
THE OLD POST OFFICE - Cookin' In Style---New kitchen store, carries Rachael Ray cookware and bowls. Aprons and assorted pottery dishes and tea services, candles and assorted teas and coffees. Also has all sorts of kitchen ware.
APPLE HOUSE ART GALLERY showcasing local artist, such as paintings, pottery, misc. from all of Hopkins County..
OLD LODGE BLDG. - Nancy & Ricky West have opened WANAMAKER LEE'S VINTAGE DEPT. STORE. They have everything you might need or want for your collection. You'll find everything from estate jewelry to antique barware. They'll have just the piece you were looking for and you'll get plenty of kisses from Klondike & Snow while you're browsing. They are expanding to upstairs if you'd like to rent a booth there. Also for you ladies, come down and join the Red Hat Society.BACKDOOR CREATIONS-- Located in a remodeled house located on 41 on a downtown street corner. They sell primitive furniture, antiques, pottery, glass ware, and in the summer they sell flowers, and hanging plants and flower bed plants
OLD KING CABINET SHOP - Now MAPLE LEAF LANE , offering a wonderful selection of home furnishings and hand crafted furniture. From custom painted shelves to pillows, rugs & candles, there is something for everyone.. Come try the great, new selection of teas and cookies.
Tom Tucker has opened TOM'S PHOTO SHOP just across the street from Hanson school. He does a beautiful job on weddings, sports, family groups, and individuals. Give him a call today to set up an appointment.
Carlos is still making the best sandwiches around at the Country Market. Be sure to stop by for breakfast or lunch and be sure to try the homemade sourdough bread.
Pepper's Old Books - As always, for the best selection in the Tri-State come see Kathy for that hard to find title or special First Edition.
All the merchants recently pitched in on a SHOP HISTORIC HANSON sign that was erected by the Outlet Mall as well as a new Hanson Brochure. Tell all your friends about the great shops in Hanson.
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHOPS & BUSINESSES!!!
John Paul Clark has shot a documentary on the History of Hanson so that some of the old stories will be preserved. It features interviews with Carl & LeRoy Veazy as well as Lucille Shadrick and Historical Society President Harold Utley. It is now available for viewing in the Archives/History Room @ City Hall, at the school library, and for sale to the public in various shops. They're only $12.50 and $2.00 from each sell goes to Hanson School.
If you are interested in selling at a Hanson Farmer's & Crafter's Market please contact Lu Haywood @ 322-8545. All items must be home grown or hand made. Market will be located by City Hall on Thursdays starting Mid June running through September.
Mule Days is staying in Hanson!!! Always the first Saturday in May!
Please support your local merchants.
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