On Saturday November 25, 2017, Doug Cains, Toni Prather and Marty Jenson, owners of Tin Pan Alley, held a five year anniversary party complete with sausage and peppers (Toni’s recipe) along with other appetizers and cake. There was 10% off every store item of which shoppers were taking advantage.
Tin Pan is a potpourri of all kinds of things including antiques, unique handmade items, fine jewelry as well as costume, cabin decor, boutique with purses, hats and more, signs, beading supplies, candy … you name it. If you like to give truly one of a kind gifts, this is your store.
Toni told me, “TPA does everything first class.” Well, they certainly did a great job on the party and on store design! It’s an eclectic mix of old and new with a creative flair that makes it feel as if it’s been there a lot longer than five years!
Doug wanted to be sure to thank everyone for five great years. Tin Pan sometimes serves as more of a meeting place for coffee and conversation which is absolutely part of it’s charm. Marty shared, “It’s a small world – not my favorite ride, but a great quote,” as he was visiting with a lady whose cabin he’d built years ago.
Tin Pan Alley also sponsors the Senior tree to help supply gifts to those who live alone and who may need a little cheer at Christmas. It goes through December 15th so go in and pick up your tag if you’re interested in helping out.
Stop by Tin Pan Alley for a chat, a coffee and to pick up that special gift this holiday season.