We are in the midst of a huge not-for-profit project to restore an 1873 General Store and Mill. We are creating a storytelling museum, community workshops, exhibit and performance spaces and and a unique Museum store that spans centuries. While we raise funds to lift the Store to level ground, we have renewed part of the Mill to year-round use, and now have a small version of our future store open to the public. We host seasonal concerts and suppers in the Lumber Shed, and welcome artists, performers and storytellers to get in touch.
Some of the items featured in our shops
- old and rare books
- vintage clothing
- maps, old magazines and ephemera
- art, graphics, frames
- vintage jewelry
- contemporary artifacts and crafts
- food and drink
Museum Store is open 11-5, Wednesdays through Saturdays, Sundays by chance. Some of us are always working there, so you may find us around.