Schoolhouse Health Foods
(814) 225-2255 (814) 225-2233 www.oldeschoolhousevillageshoppes.com
We are quickly approaching the most wonderful time of the year. A time of family, friends, and food. We continue to be very busy decorating the rooms in anticipation of many folks, both regular friends and new visitors, stopping in to see us.
Some of our most popular items are handmade and designed by some incredibly gifted vendors. These include "Designed by Cinda," "Handmade by Chris," "One-Of-A-Kind by Mary," and "Stiches by Pam." Wreaths, tablescapes, wall decor, home accessories, and more. What is especially nice is that these vendors are here on a regular basis so you can actually meet and talk with them.
Our Toy Room is gearing up for the Christmas Holiday, and product is arriving weekly. Some of the favorite items include Holgate Toys made in Bradford, PA, Channel Craft, and Green Toys, all made in the USA, Klutz activity kits, and an assortment of family games to name a few. We are also adding new items and in particular Made in the USA Lincoln Logs, and Knex products made in Hatfield, PA outside of Philadelphia. Remember, none of our toys use a battery. All products are designed to encourage hands-on learning, exploration and imagination.
One of our guests favorite items is the Smelly Jelly. This is an air freshener made of water absorbent crystals, fragrance oil, and distilled water. How long they last depends on the rate of evaporation. If the jelly is stored in a warm location, it will last about a month. If the jelly is used in a closet, it could last up to two years. One of the best aspects of the Smelly Jelly is that it can be re-hydrated. When the jelly is dehydrated, it will look like sprinkles. Fill the jar with 3/4 cup of warm distilled water. This may be done a couple of times before the jelly loses its fragrance. When it is time to dispose of the Smelly Jelly just dump the crystals in the trash. Do not dump them down the toilet or sink. The crystals will absorb the water and clog the drain. Also, the Smelly Jelly is not for consumption. Do not eat it. Here at the Village we have a dozen plus different scents. Something for everyone.
Thursday, November 3rd,
Friday, November 4th,
And Saturday, November 5, 2016
Long time doll maker from Ohio will be on site with an open chest sale. Nancy is a well known and sought after doll maker, and has attended many of the best Country Craft shows in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia. Nancy is greatly known for her unique one of a kind original designs. At very reasonable prices, stop by and meet Nancy.
Saturday, November 12, 2016
10:00am - 3:00pm
Wellness Seminar with Pastor Rovics
During his preaching Pastor Rovics has noticed more and more people becoming sick, and his concern initiated him to do research on health. He had studied to be a veterinarian to help animals heal. Now he helps people heal. He will be sharing his experiences and thoughts from several decades of research and hands on experience. He has seen people heal from Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Lyme's. He wants people to know their numbers (blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, PH, blood sugar, etc,) but then to see them in the big picture and how all the systems of the body are interconnected and work together for the whole body health.
The price is $15, which includes lunch. Go to Eventbrite.com to purchase your ticket. Purchase by November 2, 2016. After November 2, call the Schoolhouse Health Food Store at 814-225-2233.
Christmas Open House
This is our biggest event of the year. The store will be fully decorated for the holidays and will look even better than it usually does. Our feature this year, as it was last year, is artist Billy Jacobs. He will be here all day signing his work.
Local author Bill Robertson will also be here signing his books. Many of you are very familiar with his work, but if you are not you can visit his website at: http://bucktailsandbroomsticks.com, and then visit him in person here at the Village. We have a full selection of his titles which make for great reads during the winter months.
Additional vendors will be here, and details will be announced as we get closer to the event.
Lunch will be available from 11am - 4pm, and provided by the Duke
Center United Methodist Church Women's Circle. They will be offering
Chicken Noodle soup, Chili, Vegetable Beef soup, along with bread,
crackers, brownies, beverages and other goodies to fill you up.
Health Food Store Services
(Call for appointments)
Reflexology with Bob Smith
Raindrop and Release Therapy with Bri Pilon
General Health Consultation with Tanya Steele
Essential Oils Meeting Thursday, November 3rd (6:30pm - 9:00pm)
Jim Machuga who along with Selene his wife are the vendors who stock our Young Living essential oils in the Health Foods Store along with several other product lines at the Village. He will be speaking on current economic topics and why it is important to start your own business, and how Young Living essential oils is an absolutely great way to do it. This will be the only oils meeting this month so you will not want to miss it.
Keeping In Touch
As always, thank you for supporting us!
The Village Team
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