Twisted River Gifts and Antiques: Here visitors will find firefly photography by Radim Schreiber, wire and wood creations by Doug Adams, herb-infused vinegars, oils, soaps, and lip balms by Pickle Creek, Paintings by Sheri Dill-Billings, and crafts and photographs by Sandi Dimmit.
Historic Greef General Store: Come sample Addie May Fudge, a real cream and butter fudge. Check out the antiques, jewelry, crafts and repurposed furniture. Soda and snacks available. Starting May 7, serving gourmet sandwiches 11:30 am to 2 pm. For more information, call (319) 592-3579 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Iron & Lace: The place for Queen Anne’s Lace Pottery and artistic ironwork, handwoven rugs, original artwork, jewelry. All locally made. A must-see gallery and gift shop. Demonstrations by appointment. For more information, call (319) 592-3222 or visit www.ironandlace.com
Odd Fellas Woodshop Carved wooden spoons, walking sticks and other items are for sale in the first floor of the historic Odd Fellows Hall. Period demonstrations include treadle lathe and shaving horse. For more information, call (641) 208-2127.
The She Shed: Discover a shop full of unique crafts, stained glass, weaving, wool applique, embroidery, patterns, kits, florals, quilts, gift items and much more. It’s a great place where friends can gather to relax, visit and shop.