November Newsletter

Nine Year Anniversary Specials

It is hard to believe that we opened our doors nine years ago on Black Friday. The week before we opened in 2009, I remember inputting inventory until midnight every night. And getting into the shop with my daughter at 9am on Black Friday and literally pulling beads out of boxes and tossing them on the walls!

We’ve been open NINE years, thanks to YOU and our other loyal customers. And to thank you for your business we are offering NINE Percent off all purchases TODAY – Friday, November 23 only. So save gas and the hassle of going to the big box stores and shop local, where we know you by name and appreciate your business!

If you can stop in today or Saturday come and make a FREE holiday ornament. You’ll start with a clear bulb, then add a few drops of alcohol ink before blasting the inside with canned air, which creates an interesting design. After using a few colors, finish with metallic ink to give it pizzazz

While you’re here, check out our selection of women’s gloves & scarves and our favorite: men’s gloves and knit hats with a rechargeable light. You’ll also find Parsley & Sage tunics, super-easy to wear infinity scarves for only $8-$9, jewelry from all over the world in a wide range of prices to fit any budget, new leather purses from Peru, several new lines of yarn, and other handmade and gift items including the adorable wire Christmas Tree earrings I make!

Be sure to check out our Facebook page for new items and specials.

Extended Hours, Winter Weather Policy

We will now be open Wednesdays through Sundays until Christmas for your shopping convenience.  On Friday, December 14 we will be open until 8pm, along with many of the other stores in downtown Luray.

We will also be open Christmas Eve until 3pm!

If there is a recent snowfall, ice, or freezing rain, we may not be able to get into the shop, since most of our staff live in the country. If you aren’t sure if we will be in, please call first to confirm.

Main Street Bridge, Other Community News

Main Street is still closed, and they are still working on the bridge. We’ll keep you updated on Facebook with photos.

In other community news, The Healing Oasis and Bella Donna Skin Care, formerly located on Broad Street behind Appalachian Outfitters, is moving. Their new location is larger and sunnier, on West Main Street in the building that used to be The Purple Door restaurant. We wish them luck in their new location.

Page Valley Art’s December 1 Holiday Market

Looking for one-of-a-kind gifts? Stop in at the Holiday Art Market on Saturday, December 1 from 10am-7pm.

This event will be held at the PAL building in downtown Luray.

We’ve worked hard to bring you quality items from talented local artists. For photos of some of the incredible handmade things you’ll find there, check out Page Valley Art’s Facebook page.

Participating artists include:

Chris Anderson, Cards, Gemstone Jewelry
Bobbie Greer, Pottery
Charleen Johnson, Upcycled clothing & Accessories
Compass Tea Room, Bath & Body products, Teas
Gwen Jones, Microwave Pillows
Craig Lando, Landscape Prints & Cards
Carol Lawrence, Knit Hats & Scarves
Cathie Miranda, Pottery
Jean Moyer, Prints, Cards, & Calendars
Main Street Singers, Baskets & more
Jill McCauley, Needlefelting, Crossstitch
Jennifer Orenic, Upcycled Vintage Jewelry
Susan Rocke, Gem & Metal Jewelry, Hand-dyed items
Bette Schmidt, Pottery
Skyline Writer’s Circle, Books by six local authors
Jennifer Westhoff, Needlefelted Animals, Leather Jewelry