December 12, 2013
PDT Staff Writer
Looking for some unique Christmas gifts, and for a chance to have your child’s picture made with Santa? The Warehouse, located at 438 Second St., in Portsmouth — two doors east of Wright’s Farm Center — is having its grand opening this Saturday.
“It’s a little bit of everything,” Pat Flanagan, owner of the store, said. “We have a photo studio. We have a gaming bartering business. We are a consignment shop, a little bit of everything in one little spot.”
Stuffed animals, dishes, decorations, primitives, Hull and McCoy pottery, games, consoles and accessories, handmade jewelry, even sports collectibles, await those doing their Christmas shopping this weekend.
“We have Christmas wreathes brought in by a consigner, Christmas ornaments,” Flanagan said. “Saturday we’re going to have pictures with Santa. We have a little courtyard in front of our store, and we’re going to do the pictures with Santa out in the courtyard. We have all kinds of gift ideas - antiques, clothes, gaming systems, games, sports memorabilia. We have a little bit of everything.”
The Warehouse is open Monday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
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