Have you heard about Small Business Saturday? Well, it’s today and I am going to share with you some local businesses that I am sure would appreciate YOUR business this Holiday season.
Each of these businesses has touched our lives or our local community in same way or another!
Around About Books
Old books and new books, comics, vinyl records, cd’s and dvd’s Around about Books carries all of these things! If you can’t find something that you are looking for just ask they have more inventory then shelf room.
Candy on the Curve
Nestled on State Route 185 just West of Piqua, Candy on the Curve is hands down the sweetest secret in Miami County. The little bright yellow building houses an array of sweets that would impress Willy Wonka himself.
Dobo’s Delights Bake Shoppe
Offering everything from doughnuts to the finest Hungarian pastries, Dobo’s Delights Bake Shoppe has it all. Satisfy your confectionery cravings at Piqua’s oldest bakery.
K’s Hamburger Shop
If you are looking for the best milk shake in the county then you need to head to K’s Hamburger Shop in downtown Troy. Amazing food right off the square makes K’s the perfect stop while exploring downtown Troy.
Mayflower Arts Center
What was once the home of the Mayflower Movie Theater now houses the Mayflower Arts Center. Art classes for all ages as well as special movie screenings and improv classes await you at the Mayflower Arts Center.
The Olive Oasis
If you are looking for olive oils or balsamic vinegars then stop by The Olive Oasis for a quick taste test. Every six months the stock switches hemispheres to keep everything fresh and delectable.
Troy Bulk Barn and Deli
The Troy Bulk Barn and Deli offers bulk foods, flours, and homemade soups. If you are hungry and want a quick bite to eat or are looking for a specialty bulk food then this is your place to stop.
We were first introduced to WACO because of their Aviation Summer Camp that Eldest was a part of. Since then we have participated in a Kite Fly-In and love all the aviation history that WACO has to offer. It is one of the Wilbear Wright stops on the National Aviation Trail.
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