They’re not new businesses, but one business has moved to the heart of the city – downtown Tupelo. One is still downtown, but moved to the same prime location, and another is shifting over a few feet to be their neighbor.
• First, Swirlz has moved from its former Court Street location and reopened in the former Main Street Vintage Guitar at 130 W. Main Street.
And they’re getting neighbors in Farmhouse and Caron Gallery, which are right next to them:
• The Farmhouse, which was on McCullough Boulevard, has already moved, but isn’t quite ready to open. The antiques and vintage, home decor and gift store is at 126 W. Main Street, in the former Latin Quarters/Benjamin’s building across from Reed’s. Farmhouse, per its Facebook page, will reopen on Sept. 14. For the time being, you can contact them at 662.269.2934
• The Caron Gallery, which will open in October. according to this email:
128 W. Main Street, just three doors down from our current location. We will move at the end of September and open for business in our new location the first week of October. The new space will nearly double of floor space and provide 15 foot high walls for additional space. Our framing department will have more workspace as well. More details to soon come about our grand opening!
• Getting back to Swirlz, per its Facebook page yesterday:
We are proud to announce the addition of Kim Leathers of Monogram It and Jennifer Springer of Jenn’s Pen.
Come see us for all your personalization needs!