It’s almost pumpkin spice time! Regardless of if the weather cooperates with our #fallvibes or not, moving into the autumn months is one of my favorite times of the year. Maybe it’s the new school year, but I’ve always associated this time of year with new starts, new beginnings and potential. It’s also one ofContinue reading “Fall tips from the garden”
Our August Chalk Paint classes were a huge success, and we are very excited to bring them back for September!•We have spots open for classes being held on 9/12, 9/19, & 9/26, all on Sundays from 11 to 3.•We hold these outside in our garden in the shade with very small class sizes, and theyContinue reading “September Chalk Paint Classes”
Labor Day weekend means it’s International Street Fair Weekend for us in Old Town Orange! As a heads up, starting today, Friday (9/3) through Sunday (9/5) the streets around our shop will be closed, and parking in the area in general will be extremely limited. We’ll be open our normal 10-5 each day, but weContinue reading “Street Fair weekend is here!”
Join us for our annual Holiday Open House! We’ll be celebrating that ‘most wonderful time of the year’ on Saturday, November 6th 2021. We’ll have snacks, raffles, and a store full of awesome holiday decor that will inspire! More info soon!
Check out the lovely article about our recent store changes, featured in the July/August 2021 edition of the Orange Plaza Review! A big thanks to Julie Bawden-Davis for taking the time to write it, and to Mike Escobedo for his ongoing support! You can read the article here: https://orangereview.com/article/508/country-roads
Chalk paint classes are back! We’ll be painting in the garden on Sundays in August. Sign up by calling the shop (we are old school, ha!) and getting registered: 714.532.3041 Price includes paint and tools, and instruction provided by one our resident chalk paint ninjas!
It’s been a rough year for us. As many of you know, we lost Sue, our matriarch, mom, and Country Roads founder somewhat unexpectedly just a few months ago, in November. 2020 was a tough year for everyone, and running a small business – especially dealing with being closed for over two months at theContinue reading “Changes”