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Free Poultry Workshop: Raising Backyard Poultry 101

Thursday, May 14th @7pm     All knowledge levels welcome - something for everyone!  Door Prizes and save big with Nutrena!

Shipping Special on Drizzle Melts, Duck Tape and Gorilla Tape

   Our new arrivals of Drizzle Wax Melts, Duck Tape and Gorilla Tape are here and to celebrate we are having a shipping special. A flat $9 shipping on all the drizzle melts, duck tape or gorilla glue products you care to order. Really want to warm up the winter? Shipping is free over $75*
  We are having issues with how shipping is being calculated so it will show up higher in the checkout. We will refund the difference or give more product free if you wish to make up the difference.          *Free shipping applies only to the lower 48 states.
 

Ancient Minerals have arrived!

Magnesium has been called “the silent guardian of our hearts and arteries” and “necessary for life”. Dr. Carolyn Dean calls it “the missing link to total health”. If you haven’t heard much about magnesium and its importance to good health, now is the time to learn. And if it’s something you’ve always meant to look into, now is the time to take action.

Store hours:

Monday-Friday: 9 am-6 pm
Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
Closed Sunday

Events & Classes

  • Jul 18 Melt and Pour Beginner Class Melt and Pour Beginner Soap Class Beginnerís class with no lye involved. We will be using an all natural soap base then adding "goodies" to the base to make your o read more
  • Jul 18 Basic Lotion Class Basic Lotion Class This class will also be using a base then adding goodies. You will also be taking home a bottle of your own creation. Cost for materials &class = read more

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