Small Business Saturday & Book Signing– 11/29

Small Business Saturday – 11/29

Join us for a really big sale on Small Business Saturday 11/29/2013

When you shop small you make a big difference! Our business is locally owned and operated. As well all of our employees are locals too! We offer a wide variety of books, CD’s and DVD’s. We have an amazing selection of one of a kind jewelry all handmade by Dr. Kelly Hagan and husband Greg. Our consignment items consist of artwork, hair bows, purses, candles, kitchen items, scarfs, hats, soaps, lotions, Christmas ornaments and much more, all made by local artisans. In essence we offer a little bit of everything. Come visit us on Small Business Saturday, you are sure to find a unique gift or two for someone special one

We will have a wide variety of sales including $10 and $20 dollar gifts, jewelry sales, overstock sales, book, CD & DVD sales. Geraldine will be offering 15% off on her handmade scarfs, kitchen towels, dish clothes and swiffer covers.

We will also be having a book signing for the book You Can’t Hide a Dead Fish written by Cecilia (“Celie”) Brown Thomas

Cecilia (“Celie”) Brown Thomas was an elementary school teacher, PTA president, legislative secretary and school counselor before leaving the school system to open a café staffed with teens and young adults. A recipient of Virginia’s “Elementary School Counselor of the Year” award, she currently shares a Life Coaching practice with another former school counselor.

Book Summary

“His body had been discovered inadvertently, spilling out of a ripped plastic bag full of garbage and dirty diapers while being dumped into a landfill.” In the first chapter of You Can’t Hide a Dead Fish, a senseless, brutal murder starkly exposes the inadequate resources, skewed priorities and bureaucratic nonsense that put all children, and ultimately all of society, at risk. The book proceeds to address many of the challenging issues facing public school educators today, offering positive suggestions and proven strategies for success throughout. Writing in a frank yet heartfelt, conversational style, Cecilia Thomas simply shares her observations and experiences as an elementary school counselor in an effort to motivate and empower the average citizen to “…be as vital as a railway switch, shifting a life from one track to another at a critical junction.”

We will be having weekly sales each week so check back weekly to what is on sale.

You may not use Groupons or other coupons during this event.

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