A visit to Market 41
We get it. You’re cruising along figuring there’s ample time to get those items for your giftees and suddenly the final days have crept up on you and here you sit empty handed with presents unprocured and the spectre of Christmas yet to come looming over your already busy schedule.
What’s more is you haven’t a clue as to what to get. The time to contemplate has long since past. You need ideas and you need them NOW!
Well, if truth be told (a curious saying since it implies without the preface one is less than truthful) we at SWK have walked in your belated boots before. We feel your procrastinatory pain.
And we’re here to help.
On Monday from 10am-5pm get yourself down to Market 41 in downtown Newaygo.
A. You are out of time.
B. They got stuff galore and
C. They are indeed local.
M-41 is a unique shopping experience with some things old, some things new, some things artful, some things practical, some things vintage and some things just plain fun.
The shop with over 75 vendors who each display their wares in a most creative manner is located at 41 State St,(hence the name of the store we assume) the classic building that has recently undergone a facelift of epic proportions (while leaving the City Drug sign intact a nice nod to Newaygo’s past).
We offer a few photos highlighting some of the opportunities available at M-41 and if you score some needed gifts but still have a few stockings to stuff?
Try the New Ewe for your fabric focused friends, grab some gift certs at the Riverstop Cafe, forage for some fishing finds at Parsley’s, or jump on some jerky at Jerkies.
Then browse the eclectic inventory of North Woods General Store.
If you do all this and still come away in need of more?
You’re on your own friends.
The staff of SWK still has some serious shopping to do.
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