With only two days left in 2017 we want to thank everyone who has entered our doors, responded to our emails, shared your uplifting words about how much you enjoy the shop and made purchases of any amount. Your continued interest and support means so much to us and we want you to know that you are truly appreciated.
As we enter 2018 we look forward to still having you as very valued customers. We look forward to making the new year even better for your shopping convenience.
Many vendors are having great markdowns not only on holiday items but some have great sales on the whole booth! You certainly don’t want to miss coming by and leisurely shopping without the hectic atmosphere of malls and huge busy parking lots. It’s going to be cold and you won’t have to walk far to our door!
If you haven’t been in recently, you will certainly want to linger in a booth at the end of the right aisle and step back in time to the wonderful area of vintage and antique items. It is getting much attention and many items are on sale.
Thursday December 7th, 10:00am-7:00pm
Not only are we expecting much cooler weather on Thursday December 7th, we are looking forward to all of you coming to our annual Christmas Open House and it will truly begin to look and feel like Christmas!
Plan to add to your holiday decor and also find something for all those special people on your gifting list.
There will be delicious food, mulled cider and our popular fun game of drawing for prizes. On this special day, you will receive 20% off all items that are NOT ALREADY ON SALE OR MARKED FIRM.
Thanksgiving is one of our special holidays filled with love, awareness of all our blessings, togetherness and such a beautiful peaceful picture of the changing seasons.
Then, the next day!!!!! ENTER BLACK FRIDAY!!!
This event now starts earlier, keeps getting longer and for some has turned into ugly scenes of pushing, struggling to grab merchandise, frantic behavior, verbal abuse and just plain old rudeness. What was fun has brought out the worse in lots of shoppers.
Do you want to get up very early to be a part of this nightmare OR …….would you accept our invitation to shop at Village Emporium? Spend your Black Friday browsing aisles of SMALL BUSINESSES packed with a huge assortment of vintage, antique, handmade and new-from-market merchandise and needless to say, we do have lots of holiday selections!
Bring family and friends to share your hassle-free shopping experience here at Village Emporium.
Thank you for supporting us by being such great customers for so many years,
Dianne, Workers and Vendors
You are invited to attend our FOURTH ANNUAL HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA Saturday, November 4th at 10:00am-6:00pm
There is a nip of chill in the air and leaves are beginning to fall announcing days of festivity ahead.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are favorite traditional holidays and we invite you to join us Saturday to enjoy many home decor decorations, clothing items, garden flags, wreaths and more to enjoy throughout the fall and Thanksgiving season. Also, many vendors are already selling Christmas items and more will be added throughout the weeks ahead.
Food.…Our theme for the refreshment table will be apple and pumpkin finger foods. These two are so popular for the season and it will be interesting to see the variety of foods at the event.
Please forward your email to your family and friends. Help us have a great day as we prepare our hearts and homes for the coming holidays.
Thanks for supporting our local vendors!
Take a break from back-to-school preparations and enjoy a leisure visit to our August Sidewalk Sale, Saturday August 19th, 10:00am-5:30pm.
There will be tables of bargains outside and also sales in many booths inside. We also have some new vendors and we welcome them for their first sidewalk sale experience with us.
Please plan to help with our Food Drive for Matthews Help Center. Bring in a donation and leave your name and phone number to be eligible for a gift to be drawn at the end of the month. Donate as often as you like.
Thank you for supporting Small Businesses,
Dianne Kennedy, Workers and Vendors