Antiques, crafts cooperative to hold sale

POTTERSVILLE - Stagecoach Antiques & Home D cor is celebrating the beginning of its fifth year in business next weekend with an open house event featuring deep discounts on its wares.

In celebration of the store's fourth anniversary, Stagecoach Antiques proprietors will be offering discounts on Saturday and Sunday Nov. 7 and 8 of up to 20 percent on merchandise. Plus, shoppers will be offered an opportunity to register to win a $100 gift certificate redeemable in the shop, which is a cooperative made up of eight antiques and home d cor businesses.

Complimentary refreshments will be served as well.

Named for its historic significance as a stagecoach stop for travelers to the Adirondack resorts and great camps, The Stagecoach is the brainchild of Bob & Floss Savarie, owners of Board and Batten Antiques in Olmstedville. The continued success of Stagecoach Antiques is due largely to the diversity of merchandise it carries, the Savaries said.

"There is a little something for everyone, ranging from high quality antiques and vintage furniture to newer home decorator items and handcrafted gifts and games," Floss Savarie said.

The enterprise also carries a collection of Marian Heath greeting cards and Adirondack-styled Christmas ornaments. "Each of the eight dealers brings a little of their own personality to the shop making it a place where everyone can find something to take home," Savarie said.

The Stagecoach is open all year. Winter hours are Tuesday through Sunday - and on Monday holidays - from 11 a.m.until 5 p.m.For details, call 494-3192.

All are invited to stop in at the open house and join in the celebration with the store's proprietors, friends and customers, Savarie said.

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