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SHOP SETS GRAND OPENING Print E-mail
June 13, 2000 11:00 pm

The new shop opened in May, but the grand opening for Tony and Janet Kronemeyers Stuff for Guys and Oregon Expressions at the Port of Brookings Harbor is scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18.

There will be drawings for T-shirts and, on Saturday, a fishing combo rod and reel will be given away, on Sunday, the big prize will be a pair of binoculars.

The celebration will include barbecued hot dogs and hamburgers for $2.50 and $3, free Pepsi as long as it lasts, desserts, and food and drink sampling.

The candles of Susie Williams, artist of the month, will be offered at a 25 percent discount.

The shop will actually be open at 6 a.m. to accommodate those early fishermen going out on charters with Tidewinds, Chart House or Gilly.

However the party will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

The front shop is filled with Oregon crafts and arts, fishing gear, stuff for men and unique gift items.

In the back The Galley will be serving drinks and desserts, while the barbecue takes place on the deck.

The Kronemeyers are looking forward to greeting residents and visitors this weekend. Yall come, they said.

 

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