Alfalfa’s Antiques: We feature a constant turnover of select antiques and other unusual objects. Be sure to look at our estate jewelry and Darla’s handcrafted pieces.
Andes Art & Antiques: Says owner, Merna Popper:You needn’t spend $106.5 million for a Picasso. Visit PICASSO plus In THE MOUNTAINS , Modernists 1920-1960. Includes Picasso ceramics, etchings and lithographs.
Andes Books: Now open at 295 Main Street, featuring used books, Scrabble night, book events and reading clubs. 676-3329. Garnette Arledge, author, prop.
Andes Hotel: In June: Karaoke, Open MIC Night, Too Many Divas, a Mystery Dinner Show, a Craft Beer event, and Mediterranean Night with belly dancing.
Catskill Collection at Blink: Randall and I (Letty Johnson) are opening a shop starting Memorial Day weekend. Showing our jewelry, vintage jewelry, Czech glass, photographic prints, small antiques, candles and other gifts.
Chace-Randall Gallery: Looking forward to celebrating our 5th anniversary. Hosting 4 stellar exhibitions this season. Currently showing: new paintings by Jenny Nelson.
Clementine Vintage Clothing: We love having a big new storefront window. Come take a peek in, and then step inside. Oh, and go to: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/26/greathomesanddestinations/26away.html
Hogan’s: Hopefully Hogan’s Café is coming soon. Every Friday morning until 11 a.m. free coffee for service men and women and veterans who gather in the back room.
Kabinett & Kammer: Check out the 8′ tall Colonel Sanders weather vane! Open Saturdays and Sundays from Memorial Day weekend through New Years weekend.
Paisley’s: An array of nicely priced Tuareg bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Handcrafted by the nomadic “blue people” of the Sahara desert.
61 Main: Photos from “Fresco Pop” collection by Marc Kaczmarek and new work of James Walton Fox –“The Forest of Knowledge” –will be showing on freshly painted walls.
Tay Home: Serving sweet and savory tea-infused foods at the new tea bar and hosting a Beauty Bar of Living Tree Botanicals for artisanal organic skin care.
The Tin Horn: Still have penny-candy, toys and oilcloth. New lines of toiletries, Stonewall Kitchen condiments, linens, pillows, antiques, and jewelry.
Lisa Candela & David Decker: Looking ahead to opening a gallery at the corner former Cantina site.