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Jun 252013
 

Frances Vadney at the Academy Museum

Frances Vadney at the Academy Museum

The summer is moving along for those special brides and the Academy Museum Antique Shop is just the place to find an unusual gift, something old, something new and the junior bridesmaid as well will enjoy a collectible bride doll.

Skip shopping at the mall for that unique gift, a one of a kind to surely be enjoyed for a long time.

Open Saturdays from 10-3 at 605 Orange Center Road.

For information call 203 795-3106 and leave a message.

Feb 142013
 

Material Girls easy to find.

Material Girls Boutique, 463 Boston Post Road (Same building as Kaoud Rugs on left side of building) will be open today after being closed for a while because of the dangerous travel associated with the blizzard.

Kristina Kaoud said she plans to have late hours on Wednesday, until 8 p.m. for all those last minute guys who suddenly realized that Thursday is Valentine’s Day.

Women, teens and girls who come into Material Girls love the selection and most likely come back again soon.

If you are unsure of what item to get for your Valentine, you can pick up a Material Girls gift certificate and chocolates to win her heart.

The store will gift wrap whatever you purchase.

Jan 192013
 

Some of the vintage AVON decanters at the Academy Museum.

The Orange Historical Society announced its Winter Sale at the Academy Museum Antique Shop, 605 Orange Center Road.

Selected items will be marked for a 10% sale of quality antiques and collectibles available at this unique shop.

Come take a tour of the 1878 museum while you browse for that perfect gift.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, visit the display of gifts for your Valentine and if it’s a winter project you want, the shop offers a selection of 19th century chairs for re-canning and others just need a new home.

The Academy Museum Antique Shop is open on Saturdays from 10-3.  For information call 203 795-3106.

Aug 302012
 

Logos from a few of the local businesses participating in this great program.

Orange residents will save on more than books, movies, and music during the month of September, thanks to the Case Memorial Library.

As part of National Library Card Sign-Up month, the library has partnered with 35 Orange businesses for a new promotion called “Show Your Card” that offers discounts and complimentary gifts and services to Orange residents who show their up-to-date Case Memorial Library card.

Show Your Card, which runs from September 1-30, was modeled after a similar event in the Mount Prospect Public Library in Illinois.

According to Rebecca Harlow, Head of Reference and Adult Services, most libraries with similar promotions had 10 to 15 businesses participating in their inaugural year. “Getting 35 businesses to participate in the first year is unprecedented,” Harlow said. “We are very fortunate to have such a supportive and enthusiastic business community in Orange.”

From the beginning, the month-long event was meant to be a mutually beneficial library-business partnership.

“We wanted to celebrate this year by doing something special for our residents and helping our local businesses,” said Library Director Meryl Farber. “‘Show Your Card’ is a fun way to reward our residents who already have library cards and to expose residents without library cards to all the great materials, programs, and services the library has to offer.”

Through the library, patrons have access to hundreds of thousands of books, DVDs, CDs, and more. Orange residents with library cards can also take advantage of free downloadable books, exclusive online resources including Ancestry.com, and an e-reader lending library.

“Your library card is already incredibly valuable. These businesses have just increased its value even more,” says Harlow.

Orange residents can get their free library card by visiting the Case Memorial Library at 176 Tyler City Road with a photo ID and proof of residence in Orange.

Brochures with a full list of participating businesses and offers are available at the library and online at www.casememoriallibrary.org.