WARNING: THIS BLOG FEATURES SHAMLESS SELF PROMOTION.
Christmas Eve is exactly one week away. Have you finished your Christmas shopping? Maybe you need something for a gift exchange at work or a last minute stocking stuffer. If you are faced with any of these dilemmas, don’t worry, you have come to the right blog. After reading it, I promise that your stress over what to buy will be alleviated. Trust me on this, your problems will be solved.
If you have a sports fan in your life, give them, “Some Kenosha Softball”. If you have a history buff on your list, give them, “Some Kenosha Softball”. If you know someone that wants to read about their hometown, give them, “Some Kenosha Softball”. If you have someone who is an avid reader, give him or her, “Some Kenosha Softball”.
See how easy that was? Now all you need to know is where to pick up this wonderful gift. There are two places in Kenosha. The first is at the Kenosha History Center, located at 220 51st Street. The second is Sister Act Painting and Creative Treasures at 3816 Roosevelt Road. If you scroll down a bit, you will see the phone numbers on the right side of the blog.
Although both are fine local venues and would appreciate your business, I would recommend Sister Act if your gift needs are more diverse. Not only do they offer books, but also featured are jewelry, purses, ornaments, American Girl clothes and home décor.
If that isn’t enough, Sister Act is now offering homemade chocolates just in time for Christmas. Stop by and check their sample tray of turtles, angel food, truffles, pretzel sticks, mint flavor, maple goodies and many more delights. Hurry and get your order in now.
If you can’t decide on what treasure to purchase, purchase a gift certificate. Right now if you buy a $25 gift certificate, it is magically worth $35.
Stop by Sister Act soon. They will be open today until 5:00. The Christmas hours:
Saturday – 10:00 to 4:00
Sunday – 11:00 to 3:00
Monday – 11:00 to 5:00
Tuesday – ???
Wednesday – 11:00 to 5:00
Thursday – 11:00 to 5:00
Christmas Eve – ???
When I asked owner/operator Sharon Buege when she would be there, she told me, “If the OPEN sign is out, come on in!” And when you do, make sure you tell her I sent you. And buy a copy of “Some Kenosha Softball”!
Until next time…from the booth.