Tuesday Books’ trio of mom-owners stocks the store’s shelves with carefully selected books, toys, and educational games, assisted by their children, families, and pets. Pluck a kid-friendly tome from the castle-shaped children’s shelf or scour the adult stacks for a new novel to fill out a home library or a living-room book fortress ($3.99+). Alternatively, upgrade dusty tomes by exchanging gently used books for store credit before perusing the shop’s stock of previously loved literature ($2 for hardcovers, $1 for paperbacks). A selection of greeting cards ($3–$5 each) swiftly carries important communiqués to distant relatives, and various journals ($10–$20 each) record the chronicler’s deepest thoughts, secretest hopes, and cheesiest knock-knock jokes for posterity. Melissa & Doug art kits, toys, and puzzles ($8–$25) entertain curious tots, who can also toddle to the store for story-time events on Monday and Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
Dip Sensations / MI Mixes is a licensed Michigan food business. We have provided quality & unique dry dip mixes for over 5 years. Dip Sensations has established itself locally as a leading supplier of dip mixes. Dip Sensations is proudly Made In Michigan! MI Mixes is our sister company that makes dry soup mixes and meal so
At Bungalow 47, Jill Rinner and Chantelle Deimling are dedicated to mingling old and new aesthetics with repurposed vintage furniture and the homey touches of throw pillows, French soaps, and candles. The store’s own wide floorboards and exposed-brick walls perfectly complement its wares, which include vintage bedroom sets spruced up by Bungalow 47 artisans and furniture made of salvaged barn timber, ideal for attracting the friendly ghosts of well-loved dairy cows. Peppered among these personality-filled home accessories, smaller items such as Wild Thyme soup mixes, aprons, notepads, and jewelry excavated from flea markets draw the eyes of gift givers. In addition to selling home goods, Bungalow 47 equips customers to revamp their own vintage finds with self-priming, eco-friendly CeCe Caldwell’s Paints, which the store’s own artists use while updating cabinets or bed frames for 21st-century use. It also offers workshops that teach students techniques for painting the pie safes they’ve uncovered in attics.
Organic Eats & Treats crafts only organic food and wares with products fresh from local farms. Their goal is simple: ensure a sustainable and clean world in which to live. To work toward achieving that end, they ship their dry, bagged granola, handmade organic granola bars, baby wipes, and insecticide in compostable packaging and cups. Every product they ship is made to their standards by hand, and their foodstuffs don't incorporate potentially harmful products such as sodium nitrite, aspartame, food dyes, and television. The team also makes sundry other products without the addition of chemicals, and they exclusively use USDA organic ingredients.
Fantastic Alterations by Kelly's owner, Kelly Wheaton, professes that in her 25 years of tailoring she has learned to "alter anything to fit anyone," and believes that skilled tailoring has the potential to completely transform an outfit's appearance. She applies her skills to both men's and women's clothing, performing work from small jobs, such as mending and hemming, to major projects such as the repair of dresses, suits, or the cloth coverings of Conestoga wagons. Along with weekday appointments, she schedules fittings for both evenings and weekends to accommodate clients' schedules, and, as the sole employee at Fantastic Alterations, she ensures all customers receive the same standard of service from visit to visit.