This is it! There's only one more week until we will open to public at 10 a.m. for area residents and our visitors to see what we have to offer in the store! Several area handcraft creators, including a local woman from Hope; several antique dealers, including a former Herington downtown antique store owner, and several quality furniture consignment dealers, including one who sees many people at her yard sales, are planning to have their items in our store. We will also have art on display by the Herington High School art class, courtesy of Mrs. Beth DeMont for the weekend, so don't forget to stop by and look at the up-and-coming artists we have in our local area!
Mark and Denise Homer will be working inside the store on Monday to get things finalized and prepared for vendors to place their items. Stephanie Gilbert will be have the store open on Wednesday and Thursday to let vendors get their items ready for our grand opening on Friday, April 25!
Our local Throttle Jockeys Car Club is having a car show in downtown Herington on the morning of Saturday, April 26, starting at 8 a.m. for registration. The work doesn't finish even after that event because we'll also be open on Sunday, April 27. The Crossroads Trading Post will hold their monthly flea market in town at the Herington Community Building, and we'll be open every Sunday that flea market is in town.
Any handmade crafters who would like to become a vendor and area residents who would like to sell antique or quality used furniture items in the store can contact Stephanie Gilbert, store manager, at PrairieChicKansas@gmail.comor you can visit the More about the Prairie Chic store Tab above.