For anyone who's ever wondered what 80 lbs of hard-earned candy looks like...
This monstrous pile of goodies is our final stash from last year's swap and we are aiming to break that record this year. For those of you who haven't gotten the chance to participate in our annual candy swap yet, this is the time of year where we trade your kids' Halloween haul for a 50% discount on a toy of their choice.
It's a win-win: your kiddo gets an eco-friendly, fun, and durable new plaything and we donate the sugary stuff to a worthy cause.
So, have fun tomorrow night and come visit us this weekend- wear a costume if you like, we'd love to see them!
p.s. eligible toys are 50$ or less and your child must be present!
We're closing our doors and celebrating 9+ years of rockin' a small business while raising our wee ones. 829 S Higgins has been home to a plethora of Missoula kiddos, a place to grow, a place to nurse, a place to share, a place to find magic, a place to learn, a place to find cool safe toys, a place to create, a place to dance, a place to party, a place to change a diaper, a place to imagine, a place to shop, a place to cry, a place to laugh, a place to visit, a place to remember.
*You have one month to use outstanding gift certificates, all sales are final, no returns, and our fixtures are also available for sale. Please inquire when you visit, if you are interested.*
Keeping with our 'Walking Stick Wednesday' theme, we're offering something amazing through the entire month of October, but only on Wednesdays!
If you didn't feel like spending your Wednesdays shopping for cool toys, books, art supplies, cloth diapers, baby necessities, cool locally made clothes, and treasures in our tiny shop - now you will. We're offering 30% off store wide on Wednesdays only through the entire month of October.
If you are an online shopper please use the code WWSALE to get your discount for our Walking Stick Wednesday 30% off special.
Spread the word! Happy Fall!
The dollhouse's energy efficient design includes a wind turbine, a solar
cell panel and electric inverter for generating electricity, a rain
barrel for collecting rain, a biofacade, which uses the natural cycle of
plant growth to provide shading, and a blind that can adjust the amount
of sunlight and air circulation. Also, recycling bins are included in
How do you celebrate Earth Week?$240.00