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Our Town Books is committed to the legacy established by Jim & Sally Nurss - making Our Town Books a comfortable place in downtown Jacksonville, Illinois, where people who like to read, to write, and to talk about books and ideas can gather. Hours are Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Just Good Trade offers fairly traded products, information, and encouragement to participate in the Fair Trade movement by buying Fair Trade whenever possible and telling others to do the same. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Located on East State Street in a historic building, this grouping of eclectic shops creates a unique shopping experience. Antiques, gifts, furniture and women's boutique and children's clothing.
Visit Primrose and Lace for primitive and country home furnishings and gifts, fashion jewelry, and purses.
Open Air Market outside of Community Building. The market has local produce, flowers, & baked goods. As well as homemade products such as wood carving, local honey, and more. Thursdays from 4:30-6 pm
Open Air Market located outside of County Market on West Route 16. Purchase local produce, flowers, and baked goods along with homemade products such as wood carvings, metal flowers, signs, and more. Tuesdays from 3-5:30 pm.
Our craftsmen consist of local Firefighters and Veterans who meticulously dismantle these barns, which have stood as a sign of progress and livelihood for families in rural America for over 100 years. Our Craftsmen then take special care to clean and prepare the wood while retaining the strength and beauty that gives it the unique appeal that cannot be imitated. These barns have stood as a symbol of the American Spirit for generations. Let them continue to stand, in your home, for generations to come.
Their handmade products are made in small batches to ensure that your family and theirs only get the best. They use the best ingredients they can get their hands on. They are not 100% organic but very close. Their products change with the seasons.
Bloomington, Illinois is the only city in the world where beer nuts are made! A video presentation on the making of beer nuts can be viewed in the gift shop, and nuts are available to sample in the Company Store.
Established in April of 2008, Main Gallery 404 provides downtown location for many local artists to display and sell fine artwork and gifts. The Bloomington-Normal area is rich with talented artists. MG 404 gives these artists the much needed opportunity to make his or her work visible
Lorelei Sims is an artist/blacksmith who opened her smithy, Five Points Blacksmith Shop, in 1993. She hosts several workshops and field trips at the shop as well as classes in beginning blacksmithing.
Circa 1963 in the small Southern Illinois town of St. Francisville, Black Jewell Popcorn began growing and selling a unique and proprietary strain of black kernel popcorn. It pops snow white and virtually free of hulls. We are a family-owned company, and we’re passionate about and committed to the high quality of popcorns we provide our customers. We believe in the healthy 100% natural grain goodness of our Black Jewell popcorn.
Pasta Alley is a small business which employs adults with developmental disabilities in Decatur, IL. As many as 25 individuals currently help with the production process including the mixing, packaging, and labeling of our unique and flavorful pastas, soups, breads, and sauces. We carry 20 flavors of fettuccine and linguine: garlic and herb, sun-dried tomato basil, habanero, spinach, lemon pepper, sweet basil champagne, and many more. We carry five flavors of angel hair, four flavors of whole wheat, seven flavors of glutenfree, ten different sauce flavors, 15 different soups and breads, and eight different dipping oils
Functional stoneware is the main objective at Kickapoo Pottery. All pieces are handthrown on the potters wheel, lead free, oven and microwave safe.
Attractions inside the farm include: The Pumpkin Blossom Café and Gift Shoppe, Harvest Brew coffee shop, picnic area and a variety of produce. Activity admission includes access to a jumping pillow, school house education barn, little toddler village, giant mountain slide, climbing straw castle, corny bins, cattle chute jump, rodeo roundup, big digger sandbox, family hayrack rides, train rides for kids, farm animals and live music. A key part of our mission at Rader Family Farms is to educate while we entertain. Field trips and tours are available.
The main source for information about McLean County’s historic and modern attractions in the Bloomington-Normal area is the "Cruisin’ with Lincoln on 66" Visitors Center. Located in Downtown Bloomington, the Visitors Center provides information on all of the wonderful attractions, events, dining and lodging available in McLean County. Their exhibits highlight two types of heritage tourism that is integral to Central Illinois: Historic Route 66 and Abraham Lincoln. The gift shop is filled with local products, memorabilia and more!
Save Money and Make Money at Once ‘n Again, a remarkable resale store! Shop an astonishing selection of your favorite brands at amazing prices! Once ‘n Again opened in 2001 and has two locations in Pontiac, IL and Fairbury, IL. Once ‘n Again sells clothing for the family, purses, shoes, jewelry, books, home décor, furniture and more. Store hours are 10am to 7pm, Monday-Saturday.
Gaby's Gift Gallery offers art and craft supplies, acrylic paints, artists brushes, modeling mediums, paper mache polymer, clay, tin shapes, wood cut-outs, and more. Also, gift wrap, greeting cards, and stationary.
Skin Deep offers facials, microdermabrasion, make-up application, waxing, massage therapy, and reflexology. Skin Deep also carries the most up-to-date beauty products.
The Loft features all sorts of adorable gifts, whatever the occasion. From their assortment of picture frames, candles, and baby items to gourmet coffee, dips and desserts, you won't want to miss shopping here! Come thirsty! the Loft also features a vast assortment of coffees, smoothies, iced lattes and more.
Located within easy walking distance of the Millikin University campus, the Oakwood Business District is home to restaurants, salons and specialty shops at the intersection of West Main, Wood Street and Oakland Avenue. Watch your favorite team on the big screen while sampling Southwestern fare, or choose from an extensive wine list to complement a savory Italian dish. After lunch, check out bikes and gear, order flowers, get a haircut, or even unwind and relax with a soothing massage.