Decorators Fabric Outlet stocks rows of delicate fabrics sold by the yard. The family-owned business selects textiles from brand names such as Robert Allen, Duralee, and Beacon Hill, which can be fashioned into everything from curtains and throw pillowcases to furniture upholstery and sheets for bashful ghosts. Decorators Fabric Outlet even transforms the act of sitting from a humdrum chore to a posh pursuit with cushions for outdoor patios, boats, and campers.
As children, cousins Zak Cassady-Dorion and Charlie Ruehr first bonded over a box of animal crackers. Now that they've grown up, their tastes have changed, and they have bonded over a love of artisanal olive oils. They opened their shop, Pure Mountain Olive Oil, in order to prove to others that a good, quality olive oil can complement almost any dish at any meal. Their shop stocks extra-virgin olive oils imported from Italy, Morocco, Greece, and other nations, many of which the cousins have visited themselves.
The duo encourages people to enjoy the shops healthful oils drizzled over a sandwich to replace butter, mixed with the shop's aged balsamic vinegars to make dressings, or poured over playground slides to make them faster. Zak and Charlie also offer perfect olive-oil accompaniments, including gourmet sea salts, small-batch, air-dried pastas, and spreads, including fig jam and asparagus pesto.
A shop for kids up to age 14 with new and used! Carrying clothes, shoes, toys, books, gear and more. Great for gifts and a great way to save money! And consign with us to earn in store credit for your gently used items. Staffed with knowledgable and welcoming staff who are happy to help for as long as you need.
The instructors at EMS Schools traverse rocky, paved, and watery terrain from New England down to Virginia, imparting people with their love of the outdoors along the way. Dating back more than 40 years, the EMS Climbing School teaches pupils of all ages the tenets of climbing through introductory classes and more advanced maneuvering in self-rescue, alpine climbing, and glacier-skills classes. The watery wing of EMS's operation includes kayaking and standup-paddleboard lessons, which can help students earn certification in these water-bound endeavors, and group tours. EMS-led bike tours trace a path through the rolling hills of the Berkshires, the mansions of Newport, as well as the powdered-sugar-topped White Mountains of New Hampshire.