The building is the old Troy Shirt Guild where hundreds of ladies in the pre WWII days ( and shortly thereafter manufactured men's dress shirt for all the big men's fashion houses. Today the building is part retail, part atelier, part artists colony and lots of things in between. There are year round shops for teas, jewelry, art, photography, a massage, quilting etc. Several times a year there is an open house and the vendors go all out to open their shops, studios and craft areas to the general public. Its a great place to find unique and one of a kind art objects, crafts and gifts.
Most of the vendors serve cookies and beverages during the open house. You can certainly shop there all week long...but the open houses are the most fun.
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