Country store tour features furniture, pottery, candles, flowers and more
The Spring Country Store Tour ran April 15-17. The event was socially distant.
Roots in the Cove showcased plenty of gift ideas, including flags, gnomes, and landscaping items.
The Village Closet & Country Store now includes a large clothing and shoe store, as well as a new toy department. Allen and Eugene Garman also have wooden furniture to buy in the store.
The Village Closet & Country Store featured two main attractions for visiting the Spring Country Store. Joan Bush, who resides in Homewood, was working on a pottery wheel. Bush has been making pottery for over 65 years.
Outside the building was a mother goat with two baby goats. The goats are owned by Tom and Missy Miller of Frosty Hollow. They own Bearded Nanny Goat Milk Creations, where they make products like goat milk soaps, shampoo bars, and lotion bars.
Fisher’s Party Central, located on Allegheny Street in Martinsburg, had balloons and party supplies to rent for all occasions, gift ideas and clothing.
Gartland Supply & Country Store featured a variety of items, such as landscaping, pet supplies, yard supplies, candles, curtains, and birdhouses.
Our attic farm featured many items “for the soul,” said store owner JoAnn Price. Among these objects are signs and paintings. Price said she reopened her store on March 5, 2021 and had been in business for 16 years.
Wildfire, previously on Market Street in Martinsburg, closed on April 17. The store is moving to downtown Altoona and is expected to reopen on Saturday May 1.
Rustic Country Antiques – Barnwood in Roaring Spring specializes in barn wood floors, doors and trim and distressing wood. The store also rents items and backdrops with a rustic feel. They featured unique barn finds such as bed frames, farm tables, lamps, and rusty pewter.
Jeanette’s Country Decor and Furniture had a variety of home decor items including wreaths, pictures, signs, and jewelry. Mary Schneider from Huntingdon loved looking at the jewelry.
Piney Creek Greenhouse & Florist offered a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. Outdoor pavilions, pottery and pansies were featured on the walk through the park.
The Traditions Restaurant and Bakery was packed with people enjoying the food and visiting the retail store. Designer clothing can be purchased, from footwear to outerwear.
Nolt’s Bargain Barn showcased outdoor patio furniture and a tour through the large thrift store. A chicken barbecue was on sale outside and free refreshments were offered, with Ritchey’s Dairy drinks and homemade gobs and cookies.
The Fall Store Tour will take place on November 5 and 6 and November 12 and 13.