Ribbon Cutting and Block Party a Great Success Despite Weather

By Paula Svincek
   Springtime in Colorado failed to dampen the April 13th Ribbon Cutting and Block Party on East Main Street in Florence. Kathryn Dunkin of Rustique Treasures, along with other merchants on the East end of Main Street, organized the event featuring Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies by the Florence Chamber of Commerce. Ceremonies were held for Rustique Treasures, The Crafted Platte Restaurant, and The Selah Mountain Thrift Store.
   Another change on East Main Street was the relocation of Virginia Lindley-Brun’s Antique Warehouse to 124 E. Main Street and the addition of Mark Webb’s Twin Creek Trading Company, where you can find unique handmade furniture, antique furniture and an assortment of eclectic antiques and collectibles. The stylish Heartland Boutique has moved to its new location at 225 East Main. The boutique is now housed in the beautiful Heartland Classic Antiques.
   Larry Nelson of Florence Antiques and Collectibles offered musical entertainment and a Fortune Teller for the event.

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