Owners Patrick Pezzati and Chandra Hancock opened their first Turn It Up! store in 1995 and now oversee four Western Massachusetts locations of the Valley Advocate reader-approved music emporium. Physical media of all shapes and sizes lines store shelves, including rare and out-of-print CDs, vinyl, DVDs, cassettes, and VHS tapes, and customers can trade in their own collections in exchange for cash or a fully functioning kinescope. Music lovers can also peruse a collection of posters and accessories to assist in public displays of band devotion. Select locations host in-store performances by area musicians, providing more appealing background music than store poltergeists’ attempts at doo-wop harmonies.
Featured in House Beautiful, Brides magazine, and Better Homes and Gardens, Luna Bazaar helps create memorable graduations, birthdays, wedding receptions, and more with a wide array of celebratory supplies. Party planners can bring stylistic unity to shindigs with an assortment of matching decorations sorted by color, including white paper parasols ($5.50–$22.95 each) and hand fans ($1.70–$6 each) or fuchsia pink glass bottles and vases ($2.50–$9.95 each). At parties, a miniature glass bauble place-card holder ($1.95 each) can direct outburst-prone guests to their assigned seat inside a soundproofed room before silver organza gift and favor bags ($0.60 each) stylishly bestow departing partygoers with chocolates, candies, and decoder rings. Reception venues, meanwhile, can be illuminated by string lights ($6.95–$41 each) and paper lanterns ($0.95–$48 each), available in more than 60 vibrant colors and designed to match several of the other product lines.
SilveradoVermont offers an eclectic mix of artisan and designer jewelry in silver and gold both at our Vermont location and online at www.SilveradoVermont.com. Free gift wrapping and personalized customer service! Beautiful bridal jewelry and wedding party gifts. Popular designers such as Satya, Anna Beck and more.
Mahoney's Garden Center beckons green-thumbs and novices alike to its sprawling facilities, which burst with a plethora of plants, blooms, and gardening accoutrements. Although merchandise varies by store, shoppers may score finds such as a knock-out rose shrub ($29.98), zinnia perennials ($4.98) or an 8-inch hanging ivy ($16.98), complete with a Rhodes Scholar application. The 6-inch hibiscus ($12.98) lends its vibrantly hued blooms to front porches or a modest giant's windowsill. Perch deserving bouquets in the 12-inch embossed teal ceramic planter ($44.99) or display 10- and 11-inch hanging baskets ($12.50) that double as hideaways for spare doghouse keys. Customers can also narrow their searches for outdoor patio furniture at the Winchester and Falmouth locations.
Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of the page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the product page enter 1 in 'qty.' and select 'Add to Cart.' Select 'Checkout' and register with Tea Forté, enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the 'Promotion Code' field at checkout.Step 4. Enjoy!
Established: Before 1950
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Pro Tip: Use our Fair Guide?which has a schedule and fairground map?to plan your activities.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Shopping and craft demonstrations
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
The Annual League of NH Craftsmen?s Fair is the oldest annual crafts fair in the nation. The fair features contemporary and traditional fine crafts by over 350 League?juried craftsmen, including colorful pottery, hand-blown glass, framed wood-block prints, beautiful bowls in all sizes, decorative scarves, and the largest variety of handcrafted jewelry. It is a stunning collection of fine craftspeople who have met the League?s standards of excellence. The fair also features educational craft demonstrations so that visitors can see how fine crafts are made, and workshops so they can make their own treasure.
What special training do you or your staff have?
The craftsmen who are participating in the fair have gone through the League's rigorous jury standards for craft excellence.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
The fair provides an interactive way to explore the world of craft making, including seeing pieces made from clay, wood, metal, glass, and fiber. Being able to meet the artists and learn about their techniques and inspiration for their craft is a one-of-a-kind experience.