Erika's bakery fills the entire store with yummy smells of hot sweet things, coffee and ice cream. While connected, her hours are independent of the rest of the store.
Andy has a small satellite space with hundreds of records carried over from his full size store in central Berkshires.
Brian sells, buys, and trades most types of sports cards and collectibles, including some game cards, apparel and other products.
Marilyn and Diane coordinate this crafters coop made up of dozens of creative makers. A portion of their handmade products helps the charity Berkshire Helping Hands supply products to people in need.
Matt offers a selection of guitars and accessories from his other location which has limited day hours. This allows him to focus on lessons, and still have products available all day here.
Renee turns old and boring to new and exciting. Refurbishes, repurposes, and redesigns interior home decor items into new and trendy modern farmhouse, french provincial styles.
Maria ran a shop for two decades in North Adams. After selling her building, she moved her favorite country products here to continue sales.
Kurt enjoys mid-century modern, home furnishing, eclectic pieces, and fine apparel items. He brings us some good finds at affordable prices.
Monique brings bright colors and fun designs to her own quality handmade bags, bibs and other infant, toddler, and children products.
Marie's concept store is filled with eclectic merchandise, art, higher end previously owned fashion clothing, all in her own store front.
Julie has operated an online store and trade shows for many years and made this her first physical permanent shop selling quality French lavender, and body and bath items.