Steilacoom Museum Holiday Store will open weekends starting Nov. 10 to Dec. 2

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The annual Steilacoom Museum Holiday Store will open on Saturday, November 10 and run through December 2. Hours are Saturdays from 10-3 and Sundays from 12 to 4.

This is the place to find unique and exciting gifts for the holidays. Shop early so you won’t miss an opportunity to select great items for all ages. The new 2013 Steilacoom Museum Calendar is available now and through the season! It’s a great $10 gift which completely benefits the Museum Association.

The usual toys and Steilacoom items will be on hand in addition to beautiful hand embroidered ornaments and pillows and “gingerbread” ornaments and houses that will cheer up your home. Holiday soaps, tote bags and tea light holders, mulling spices, and Santa figures will help give you a little holiday spirit. Apple and pear wreaths are unusual and festive, as well as Victorian inspired scarves. Bulk potpourri will be available as always, but the new beautifully boxed potpourri would make a lovely gift as would the new jewelry items. For children and the adult collector, in the Nathaniel Orr wood working tradition, lovely non-toxic wooden toys and trains will be featured. These are hand made in Pennsylvania and will last for years. Wooden bowls and utensils will catch your eye.

Also featured are special displays of nesting boxes, wine boxes, wrapping paper, gift tags and other wonderful paper products, great for gifts or for your own home decorating. With many decorative themes, you are sure to find some that appeal to you. Christmas themed books, Victorian styled glitter houses and ornaments, and glass animal theme ornaments will be on special display. The store features many American made products.

For more information, call the Museum at 253-584-4133.

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