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Shop Hours & Contact Info189 Main Street
(Our new entrance is through the rear of the building. Enter 9 Park Street into your GPS and look for our skull & crossbones flag over the door!)
Lewiston ME 04240
Our main location has been downsized because of the demands of Linda's social work job. Customers who have been to the shop will remember our furniture gallery in the back of the shop; that is our primary location now, which can be accessed through the rear of the building (off Park Street).
There are signs in our rear windows saying "Retail Shop", "Antiques" and "Heritage Collectibles"; although the door is a plain steel one that may look rather institutional.
207 740 2247Expanded hours during the holiday season:
1:00-6:00 most Tuesdays-Saturdays, occasional Sundays.
Also open by appointment.
As of right now, we do know we'll be closed on Thursday, November 29th.
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