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Located in the historic district, All Things Grand is a gift shop offering a unique selection of fine gifts and decorative accessories, lamps, pictures, accent furniture and baby gifts. Lines carried include, among others: Wilton Armetale; Beatriz Ball; Abigails; Mariposa; Uttermost; Nouvelle candles; Archipelago candles; Two's Company; Toland.
A Bridal Registry is available, featuring china, crystal & flatware from: Waterford; Wedgwood; Vera Wang; Spode; Mikasa; Gorham; Lenox; Dansk; and Reed & Barton.
A second location is in the Gryphon Building, 1027 S. Main St., Joplin, Missouri.
A unique combination of hair salon and boutique in Parkville. You will find a relaxed environment to have your hair quaffed or do a bit of shopping, or both. Some of the latest trends and fun accessories are available.
Bentley Guitar Studios specializes in new, used and hard-to-find vintage gear. Additionally, you can take drum, trumpet, French horn, saxophone, voice, piano, ukulele, guitar, bass mandolin and banjo lessons.
We sell vintage sewing notions, buttons, lace, fabric fat quarters, Missouri and Hannibal memorabilia. We offer sewing, craft and quilting classes. We have a gentleman's corner to visit while the ladies are shopping.
Our summer hours are daily 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our Winter hours are Fri. and Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and run Nov. 1 through April 1.
We will be open when the River Boats stop in Hannibal and by appointments for visits if we are not open when you are in town.
Bittersweet has been making soap for more than 15 years, using our own recipe. Our soap is pH balanced to ensure its gentle alkaline effect to the skin. Only the purest essential oils and herbs are used.
Bittersweet Soaps have been featured on Home & Garden Television and included in the “goodie bags” at the Emmy Awards and the American Music Awards.
Wonderful handmade items by local fiber artists. Dealer for Schacht weaving and spinning products, Addi needles and yarns.
Classes in weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet and rug hooking.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers many styles of hand-made wind chimes, plus grandfather, wall, mantle, chime and rhythm clocks.
Chamtiques is a unique shop which features antiques, collectibles and primitive items. You are sure to find something for all ages, from glassware to toys/dolls from the mid-1900s. Take a stroll through yesteryear and enjoy the memories you have, or make new ones to last a lifetime.
The shop boasts a large number of post-WWII hammered aluminum pieces; more than 200 lucky troll dolls; and primitive and antique tools and implements from local farms. Enjoy locally-made products during your visit to Chamois, which is on the south banks of the Missouri River.
Colonial House is a destination store featuring Colonial, Early American reproduction, and high end country and primitive furnishings. We sell only American made furniture and many American made furnishings for your home.
We offer everything for your home from custom lighting, prints, upholstered furniture, wood furniture, textiles, and many accessories.
Vintage, new and re-purposed. Home decor, furniture, antiques and collectibles.
If you're looking for that first vintage watch or just adding to your collection of watches, Cool Vintage Watches will have that special "Piece of Time." Pleased to offer a fantastic array of watches dating from the 1900's through today. Dealing rare and unique watches since 1997.
We are a small, fun boutique that specializes in Cowgirl Boots and everything that looks good with them! We carry dresses, jeans, jewelry and bling! Sizes S-3XL and 0-21 in Jeans, all at reasonable prices.
Cowgirl Clad Company currently has two locations in Missouri: in Springfield and Branson.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers bulk foods, both dry and frozen. There is a large selection of hard-to-find spices, grains and flower (items are locally grown/produced). There is a deli with freshly sliced cold cuts and cheeses; party platters can be made to order. Local, farm-fresh produce.
European Entitlements is a specialty shop that sells home décor and garden items made in Europe. We carry Irish blankets; French and Swedish linens; German, English, Spanish and Italian table top items, along with jewelry, toys, books on Europe, greeting cards, baskets, candy and food items, and English garden tools and accessories.
Evening Shade Farms is a 30 year old company making natural and organic body products. Shop for wonderful natural & organic soaps, body care products and accessories; essential oils; infant body care products; natural insect repellent; and unique gifts, made here on the farm. Also available are farm fresh eggs, honey, Jim Long (Long Creek Herbs) books, and occasional local artisan products.
Evening Shade Farms hosts Herb Days, in May; and Artisan Affair on memorial weekend; and an Open House on the second weekend in December. Check our website for details.
Check our 'Show Schedule' on the website to see if we are attending a show or festival near you.
Located on Route TT, off of Route 13, seven miles south of Osceola.
Evergreen is the most talked about store at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you love to beautify your home, Evergreen is the place for you.
Specializing in affordable home accessories, custom silk trees, silk plants, silk palms, loose silk florals, Trapp candles, Luminara flameless candles, Aromatique Home Fragrances, and so much more, Evergreen has 5,000 sq. feet of viewing space for you to peruse.
Come see why so many visit us each year. We're open April through December, Monday through Saturday, 9 to 6.
Dresses, aprons, shirts, hats, gifts and other items handmade locally in the Mennonite community.
Extra Virgin, an Olive Ovation is a one-of-a-kind gourmet market, brings olive oil tasting to the area. The market’s sights, sounds, and aromas evoke the rustic charm of an old world European neighborhood store.
Our tasting bar features more than 100 delicious products the whole family can enjoy.
In addition to an international selection of artisanal extra virgin olive oils, we feature flavored olive oils; aged balsamic vinegars; fine wine vinegars; specialty foods; and seasonings from near and far. Cookbooks; kitchen and table linens; handcrafted ceramics; olive wood; olive oil soaps and lotions; and other items compliment the foods.
A clothing store with a purpose: to give back to someone, somewhere. For each of our branded items sold, five pounds of nutritional peanut butter are donated to fight malnutrition.
This isn't the peanut butter you find in your local grocery store. It is a nutritionally rich product, better known as a Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food. Because of its many advantages, including its lengthy shelf-life and the fact that it doesn't require water or preparation, its use is recommended by organizations such as WHO, UNICEF, and WFP.
We invite you to visit our website to learn our story and browse our products. Visit our store if you happen to be in the Springfield.
Contact us any time with questions, comments and input.
Florilegium specializes in yarns, fibers, needleart and antiques with a decidedly floral bent. Our stock ranges from hundreds of yarns, ribbons and fibers to antique buttons, laces, trims, beads, crystals and needlepoint. For needle workers and quilters, we carry silks, wool, unusual threads and beads, our own line of hand-dyed silk ribbon, silk-ribbon embroidery, and beaded silk tassel kits, plus one-of-a-kind needlepoint canvases and kits. There are antique ribbons, trims, beadwork, embroideries, lace and buttons to add a unique touch to any handmade piece.
Since 2004, we have provided the tools you need to explore and understand your world. H.M.S. Beagle stocks a wide variety of scientific and science-related goods, as well as select educational toys. Whatever your science interest, H.M.S. Beagle has a wealth of information available to you, and a knowledgable staff that can help to answer your questions.
At the retail store in Parkville, we carry telescopes and microscopes, chemistry sets and laboratory glassware, minerals and fossils, rocketry supplies, popular science and reference books, books for children, and much more.
In addition to our retail stocks, we host a number of educational activities, including a regular Science Club meeting for students in kindgergarten through the eighth grade. We also host a number of events and workshops at the store, including October's Rocket Science Day, fossil leaf digs, and monthly Star Parties (in season, April through October, weather permitting).
Visit charming historic downtown Liberty, and discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history along with upbeat contemporary shopping and dining. Find a delightful mix of old and new from stores located in the architecturally beautiful buildings on the square to the unique shops of the restored Corbin Mill area to the many businesses nestled on the side streets and alleys.
Explore unique one-of-a-kind, owner-operated shops including several clothing and designer boutiques, antique shops, jewelry stores, home-decor shops, gift stores, a book store, salons, yoga and massage studios, a music store, a tea shop, a chocolate shop, a thrift store and several shops devoted to the arts of stitchery, knitting and beading.
The area also boasts the skills of photographers, engravers, a cooper, a cobbler and a tattoo artist.
Great choices in restaurants and food emporiums abound. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus include traditional favorites as well as creative and tasty items that are unique and wonderful. Whether you are in the mood for down-home comfort food, steaks, seafood, Italian, Mexican or Chinese, find it all downtown. Don't forget to visit the downtown area museums and historical sites for a little dip into the history of Liberty.
Local in-season produce; fresh baked goods made on-site; sandwiches made to order; bulk spices; flower and grains; locally produced jellies, noodles and honey. This is a good starting point for your self-guided tour of Mennonite shops in Morgan County.
Cakes, cookies, chocolates and pastries of all sorts can be found at J. Noto. Talented pastry chef Jasper Noto is ready and willing to make the perfect dessert for the perfect occasion. All the cookies are made from family recipes passed down through generations.
Creations are home-made and dipped with European chocolates. Located on Historic Main Street in St. Charles.
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