Atwood Businesses Liven Up the Holidays with Open House Weekend

By Doris Elmore
Staff Writer

Atwood businesses are getting a head start on the holiday season by holding Open Houses on Friday & Saturday, Nov. 20 & 21, a week ahead of Black Friday. Why shop somewhere else when you may find a hidden treasure right in your own town. If you are an out-of-towner, this will give you a great opportunity to visit one of the great shops in Atwood.

Local businesses have been working hard to offer their customers special prices, coupons and/or giveaways. Refreshments will be available at various stores or you can enjoy a special lunch at Michael’s Tavern, downtown Atwood. Take a look at the participating stores and their specials:

CYNDI LU’S UNIQUES: Owned by Cindy Cordts of Atwood, this shop greets you with nostalgia of things you might have used at your mom’s when you were young. Cindy specializes in antiques, vintage, retro, collectibles, home décor and more.
During the open house weekend Cindy will make sure that every visitor/customer will be a winner. There will be a variety of envelopes filled with giveaways or coupon specials for you to choose from. Cyndi Lu’s Uniques will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.

FIRST STATE BANK OF ATWOOD: The First State Bank may not be a retail store, but they are an important part of the community. The employees at the bank want to wish you the happiest of holidays and invite you to stop in for a special giveaway.

HIS N HERS CUTZ is located at 107 N. Main. She is available for all your hair needs. You might want to stop in and register for a special raffle and talk to Aimee Logsdon-Nevitt, stylist-owner, about a beautiful hairstyle for the holidays. You can also reach Aimee at 766-0989.

MICHAEL’S TAVERN is located in the middle of the downtown business section and serves great food at reasonable prices. Michael Rogers has many specials to choose from and promises to have a lunch feature open house weekend. You can always get take out by calling 578-3212.

QUACKER’S EMPORIUM is brand new in downtown Atwood. Proprietors are Ruth Ann & Mike Drake and they have a little bit of everything, a great place to shop. Be sure to allow yourself some time when you go in because there is a lot to see. From antiques to new items, tools, toys and so much more, this store has a lot to offer. While you are there register for in-store drawings and yummy refreshments.
On Friday afternoon and Saturday, bring your child (children) and visit with Santa. It’s a great time for a family photo. Be sure you have your camera with you and capture the moment. Quackers is located at 109 N. Main.

THINGS FORGOTTEN is located on the corner of Main and Central Streets, downtown Atwood. Mike Cassella has a wide variety of treasures you don’t want to miss. Mike is offering 20% off all sales during open house weekend.

WOODY’S CLOCK SHOP is a one-of-a-kind unique shop with beautiful clocks and antiques. You just have to see his shop to appreciate all the beautiful things Jack Roberts has to offer. He is located at 101 S. Main Street. Jack specializes in clock repair. He will have discount coupons for the open house. You don’t want to miss this store.

THE VILLAGE CRAFTSMAN furniture at 120 N. Main St. will take your breath away. LaMar Schlabach has custom made furniture and also a line of quality furniture. You will want to re-decorate your home after you visit this shop. Stop by and register for a cutting board to be given away to some lucky winner.

The ATWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is working in conjunction with the Atwood businesses to encourage residents and other customers to shop at home and support local small businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a strain on businesses and they are working hard to keep afloat.

As customers, we can help our small businesses by putting them first when it comes to holiday shopping. Following CDC guidelines is encouraged.

In keeping with the local businesses, the Atwood Chamber is asking all customers to register at each store for a holiday drawing of three (3) $50.00 gift certificates. Certificates must be used at one of the participating local Atwood businesses.

This has been a trying year for everyone, the Atwood businesses and the chamber would like to brighten your world with holiday specials. Support your local shops and show them you are glad they are a part of the community.

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