Lewiston will be opening up a pop up shop on behalf of the Mifflin County Historical Society for 4 days this month.
The Sentinel posted an article which gives more insight into the ‘to be-opened’ pop up shop. Read on below for a snippet of the article.
LEWISTOWN — The Juniata River Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau will host a retail “pop-up shop” for the Mifflin County Historical Society from Dec. 21 to 24.
Last minute gift shoppers can “pop” into the Historic Courthouse to find a variety of books and items with local significance, including two new titles, “Tombstone Tales,”by Forest Fisher, and “Dear Mary,” by Daniel McClenahen.
Other popular items, including 2017 calendars, both volumes of “Mifflin County Then and Now,” the Kish Park hardback book, postcards and more will also be on sale, with all proceeds going to the historical society.
Additional stocking stuffer ideas (with purchase prices benefiting local causes) include Goose Day Community Yarn Bombing items and Jim Tunall memorial bracelets.
Nonperishable food donations for Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard will also be accepted at this location.
The pop-up shop will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 21 to 23, and from 9 a.m. to noon on Dec. 24, in the lobby of the Historic Courthouse.
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