Showing posts from May, 2017

Summer Hours! Pop-Up Vintage Shows and More!

Starting this weekend we will be closed on Sundays so we can do some of the cool pop-up vintage shows, fairs, and markets going on in New England this summer! In fact, we'll be at the Punkcake Pop Up and Punk Rock Flea Market on Sunday, June 11 12PM-5PM. It will take place in the parking lot at Ralph’s Rock Diner along with our table of rad vintage stuff there will be art, crafts, maker wares, baker wares, flea market treasures, and incredible live punk music from Origin Story, Loser's Circle, Marko and the Bruisers, and Evil Filipe. This is an ALL AGES event and FREE to attend!! Michelle, Marguerite, and Bertrand will be on the road in a town near you! As for the boutique in skyscraper city Leominster we will be open Wed-Fri 11AM-4PM and Saturdays 11AM to 5PM and of course we're always open online ! Have a vintage-tastic weekend!

Preparing for Leominster's City Wide Yard Sale

We will be closed today (Thursday, May 18) and tomorrow (Friday, May 19) because we are getting ready for Leominster's City Wide Yard sale on Saturday, May 20! (Of course we're always open at our online vintage shop ). The yard sale is a great way to unload some of the the items we've been accumulating in our search for the best vintage stuff! Most of the vintage items we sell online and at our fab shop we acquire at auctions or estate sales, and they often come in large lots, with some items being vintage and others not. We sort through the items and choose the vintage goodies we want to put in our vintage store, and then the ones that aren't vintage or if they aren't the type of item we usually sell, we set aside for a great yard sale like this! Yard Sale Deets: When: Saturday May 20, 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Where: 139 Central Street and locations all over Leominster (see map below) Why: It's a yard sale lover's dream! Good stuff cheap! Click t

Light the Town Purple! Cancer Awareness Event Leominster

Michelle and I were so proud to win the contest for the best store front display for Leominster's Light the Town Purple Event on Thursday, May 11. This event is in support of the Greater Gardner Relay for Life, sponsored by the American Cancer Society. It was also a reminder for all of us to get cancer screenings early. Offbeat Avenue was one of many local businesses that decorated their store front window in purple to show our support! Watch our interview with Mayor Dean Mazzarella here: Light the Town Purple: With Song! It was a cool but very sunny evening when the event started at the steps of Leominster City Hall. The purple fire engine pulled up, along with the purple-adorned trolley full of the Fallbrook School Songbirds, who wowed us with their singing performances that evening. It was the perfect spring evening. A few of the songbirds before the performance  The audience fills up the front steps at City Hall. The Songbirds get ready for t