Across from the brewery is an art gallery that has an ever-changing cycle of artwork and children's art classes on Friday evenings (coinciding perfectly with date night.) Stroll down the sidewalk from the gallery and you'll find yourself being drawn into the old fire station building that is now home to a clothing store owned by an artist who creates her wares out of upcycled clothing. From there, saunter across the street to a shop selling an eclectic mix of the coolest vintage home furnishings. You'll be greeted by the fabulous owner and her sweet pup who only barks at people wearing hats.
Add a train that periodically choos through town, a quaint little post office where all of the ladies remember your shipping preference, a hardware store that delivers lumber to your house within minutes after a purchase and a studio where a photographer showcases his amazing images (while kindly raising funds to feed what are known as the roaming Sawyer Cats. )
The talk of the town is the new coffee house slated to open Memorial Day. Yip Yip!
Take approximately 300 steps up and down the sidewalks (give or take) and you'll be sure to find almost everything that you could possibly need while being greeted by some of the nicest people around.
This is our Downtown.