Showing posts from 2019

Festival of Trees Leominster MA!

Yep it's that time of year when the OA gals roll out their tree for the festival of firs! We just put the finishing touches on our beautiful tree for Leominster's 14th annual festival of trees. This year's theme is rock n' roll, baby! This shiny retro silver tree has tons of rock pinbacks and pretty ornaments adorning a nice little 5 foot tree, perfect for your game room or apartment! If you haven't quite gotten into the holiday spirit this is the perfect way to do it! And if you'd like to take home a tree, simply put your bid on the ballots available in the City Hall auditorium. Bring lots of quarters and drop one or all into the Offbeat Avenue tree (or any of the trees of course!) Come on down to Leominster City Hall Viewing Hours: Weekdays 9:00am – 4:00pm; Thursdays 9:00am - 5:30pm Weekends 11:00am – 3:00pm (except when noted otherwise) All bidding and voting ends on Monday December 16 at 6:00pm (extended hours for final day). Proceeds from the

What's New for Summer 2019

Greeting vintage fans! It's been a whacky summer for me and Michelle. We've had some family health issues that have prevented us from doing shows, but in the meantime we've been stocking up the shops (Etsy, eBay, Depop, if you must know!) with amazing vintage goodies. Some of my favorites include a 60s mod white sleeveless shift dress, a key knife from Craftsman, an Apollo 11 lithograph, and a Trader Vic's swizzle stick! Check em out here. 

New Year, New Vintage! This Week's Faves

2019 is here and it's gonna be a great one! This month got off to a strong start. Seems vintage fans just couldn't get enough of some of our newly listed items. Check out our most favorited items this month: Everyone loves this tiny gold spoon pin with pearl drop accent!  Wicker is a classic for any season so no wonder this wicker plant stand or foot stool is so popular. The perfect winter dress! Deep purple velvet 1950s dress with full skirt will warm up any occasion.  We can never keep these in stock when we get them. Black lace chapel veil for subdued goth glamour. The New Year makes us return to past years, here's a vintage calendar from a Chinese Restaurant in 1984.