A Blog for the City of Snohomish, WA
Spring is a time for new things: new blooms, new attitudes and new places to shop and eat. Snohomish is keeping up with the season! Here are a few new things going on here that you’ll want to check out soon, if not today.
Walking into the Sweet Bee is reminiscent of a European cottage with it’s rich brick walls and brown-sugared wood floors. The shop offers home decor and paper products and handmade jewelry. The owners also make gorgeous custom furniture out of recycled wood. Everything is displayed in a way that makes you want to stay and never leave. Open Now!
This nostalgic ice-cream and fudge shop features Snoqualmie Ice Cream. The red and white interior takes you back to a more relaxed era. The ice cream is thick and rich, with flavor blasts your taste buds will love. The fudge is handmade by the owners and sells out quickly. Bring the kids down for an after-school treat.They’ve earned a few licks after surviving the long winter. Open Now!
Bee Bops & Lollipops is under new ownership! The shop will be the place for parties, with every detail handled by the new owner, Nancy Keith: decor, food, games and crafts. The shop will still carry children’s clothing, and will add beautiful gifts and accessories. Also featured will be a “candy bar” with stores of candy and goodies for all of the parties and community events that will take place here. Open Now!
Uppercase Bookshop- New Location- 1118 First Street – 360-568-5987
Moving to First Street from Second Street has allowed Uppercase Bookshop to connect with the community in a more meaningful way. The new space is perfect for displaying the newest best-sellers, used and rare books. In addition to having room for author signings, book club meetings and poetry readings, the bookstore will be a place for community events and wine tastings. With WIFI and individual reading nooks, shoppers on First Street will find the perfect place to browse titles and get some work done. It will be a place for creative people to explore and talk about creative things. Uppercase Bookshop will re-open in late April/early May.
Glitter and Ivy-906 First Street -360-863-0251
Hailing from nearby Monroe, Wa, Glitter and Ivy has moved its location to the famous Weed’s Building on First Street. This boutique offers a plethora of items for any need around your home: vintage, garden, wedding, baby. Holiday and seasonal decorations will be on display as well. Glitter and Ivy opens on May 25th, 2012.
If you know of a new business you would like to share with the community, contact Deb Emge at email@example.com