Locally Owned Businesses

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The Cross Eyed Owl Gift Shop
3143 Us Highway 9 Suite 8, Valatie
758.6755; crosseyedowl.com
Owner: Patti Varga
Describe your business with a brief history:
The Cross Eyed Owl is a gift shop that has a little something for everyone within its four walls. Every nook and cranny of the shop is filled to the brim with home decor, gourmet goodies, children’s toys, baby and wedding gifts, jewelry, scarves, cards, candles and so much more. The shop is a place where you can come to de-stress, relax, take a moment for yourself and leave with a smile on your face (even if you didn’t make a purchase)! As a teen, I used to make and sell my own items at craft fairs and after graduating from college with a degree in horticulture, the shop just became an extension of those childhood experiences. Twenty-three years ago when this all started, I never dreamed I’d even still have the shop today, let alone that it would be an integral part of our local community.
How do you keep your products current for your customers?
To offer our customers their favorites along with up and coming trends, we carry cards and gift items from hundreds of vendors. There is always something new and unique every week. This also keeps customers coming back regularly to check out what is new!
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our customers are family and we love getting to know them all. We constantly get to hear about how excited their friends and family members were to get that special gift they picked out here at the Cross Eyed Owl.
How do you unwind?
When I’m not working, I love hiking the many trails of the Capital Region. The rivers, the mountains and the lakes—the Capital Region has it all. We live in a beautiful area of the country and I love to explore it as much as I can when I get free time. I also love to garden and tend to my flowers whenever I get a free moment. You can tell this by the gardens we have outside the shop.
Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am-6pm; Wednesday: 10am-8pm; Saturday: 10am-5pm and Sunday: 12-5pm; closed most major holidays.

Lakeside Cider Mill Farm (Country Market and Restaurant)
336 Schauber Road, Ballston Lake
399.8359; lakesidefarmscidermill.com
Owners: Jeffrey Pearce and Richard Pearce
Describe your business with a brief history: Lakeside is a family-owned operation with three generations of Pearces, their relatives and friends striving to keep it growing! Lakeside serves a hearty breakfast and delicious sandwiches for lunch; it’s a place where families can come together in a relaxing atmosphere. Customers can also enjoy a variety of gifts in The Ye Olde House Gift Shoppe located on the Lakeside property.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
We get a lot of our produce from local farms and orchards from around the area. We offer customers local food that is fresh and at affordable prices. We also have a pavilion that can accommodate large group meetings, weddings, birthdays and other events at a very reasonable price.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
They love the family-orientated atmosphere when they come to Lakeside with their friends and family. For most people, Lakeside is their home away from home since they have made many memories here.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
The Capital Region is a beautiful place to grow up in. Yes, we do have harsh winters but the summer is a beautiful time of year to explore many of the surrounding places. The fall in the Capital Region is absolutely stunning and is the perfect time to put on a light sweater and enjoy a day of apple picking, fall festivals and cider donuts! How do you unwind? We unwind by cooking at home for family and friends.
Hours:
April through October: 7:30 am to 6pm. November and December: 7:30am to 5pm. Lakeside and the Gift Shop is open until Christmas Eve!

The Towne Tavern
2850 NY 43, Averill Park
674.3040; thetownetavern.com
Owner: Larry Dickinson
Describe your business with a brief history: Towne Tavern was established in 2005. Our building was erected in the 1800s and became a blacksmith shop. Read about our history at thetownetavern.com.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We keep our products and services current for customers by offering Daily Lunch and Dinner Specials. There are items that rotate each night of the week, such as $.99 ribs on Wednesday evenings and prime rib dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings. In addition, the chefs come up with a full page of specials every day. In the summer, we put out a summer salad menu and offer oysters paired with a pint of cold beer on draft. We have a full bar and 20 draft lines that are always changing, plus local brews and seasonal offerings.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Folks love coming to The Towne Tavern because everything is made from scratch, from soups to our BBQ sauces and even our salad dressings. We smoke all of our own meat! We roast our own turkeys and roast beef and even brine our corned beef ourselves. Live music every Friday evening and trivia twice a month on Thursday nights.  There is something here that everyone will love!
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
The Towne Tavern is in the heart of the Capital Region, surrounded by beautiful lakes and scenery. We are the perfect destination from Albany, Troy or Massachusetts for people out on a nice country drive. How do you unwind? Our motto is “Good food, good friends, good times.” We unwind by meeting up with old friends and making new ones.
Hours:
7 days a week; open at 11:30am for lunch, serving dinner from 4-9pm Sunday-Wednesday and 4-10pm Thursday-Saturday.

Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia Street, Hudson
828.4800; helsinkihudson.com
Describe your business with a brief history: Helsinki Hudson, often referred to as, “The Heart of Hudson,” is a dynamic force in both year-round entertainment and community gathering in the center of one of the most dynamic towns in upstate New York. It is comprised of Club Helsinki, a nationally recognized music venue, and the adjacent, award-winning Restaurant at Helsinki. In addition to serving up world-class music and elevated soul food, the versatile venue is available for hire as a unique site for private parties, meetings, weddings and events. Helsinki began in 1995 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts and opened in Hudson in 2010 after meticulous restorations to a historic building on Columbia Street formerly known as the Thayer Thatch and Blind Factory.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
Helsinki is one the country’s premier music venues. Our close contact with music industry insiders and artists all over the world keeps our calendar scheduling consistently varied and exciting. Chef Hugh Horner, heading up the kitchens, is one of the leaders of the Hudson Valley farm-to-table crusade and sustainable seafood movement. His long relationship with area farmers, growers and fishermen up and down the East coast keeps the Helsinki kitchens fresh, exciting and ever changing.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
The ever changing kaleidoscope of Helsinki-curated music and art events enlivens the community by contributing to the enlightenment of what others of varied backgrounds and ethnicities are witnessing in the world around them and commenting about through their art.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our steady loyal clientele, the happy faces of our customers and our long run are testaments to our work and contribution to the Hudson Valley. What would you share with the world about the Capital Region? The big secret is that the Hudson Valley continues to produce some of the best fruit and vegetables in the country. The new farmers taking up residence in the area is an excitement the world needs to know about and support.
How do you unwind?
We have the unparalleled pleasure of the tremendous entertainment that we bring to our stages. That is how we unwind.

Backyard Sheds
1208 US Route 9W, Selkirk; 767.2671 658 Rt. 50, Saratoga Rd. Burnt Hills;
399.3160 backyardshedco.com
Owners: Fred Becker & Sue Hulick
Describe your business with a brief history: Backyard Sheds is a family owned and operated business that provides our customers over 20 years of experience in the manufactured shed industry. All our products are handcrafted by the Lancaster Amish Community. Our builders are our trusted friends as well as business partners. Backyard Sheds takes great pride in supplying its customers with the Best Quality and Best Priced sheds, garages, gazebos, and pet structures available in the Capital region. We strive to treat our customers the way we ourselves like to be treated, with respect.
How do you keep your product current for your customers?
First and foremost, we constantly look for new long lasting green products to add to our manufacturing process. We also add new design features to choose from as you custom build your shed, pool house, or garage. This includes new siding styles, new finishes and paint colors, new door styles. It’s amazing how the little extras like adding iron window box holders add a new dimension, or curved trim on the door and windows creates a whole new look. Our flower boxes are made out of recycled plastic, and we use LP Building Products like SmartSide and TechShield!
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product?
Getting their cars back into their garage is what we hear the most. Not having to carry the lawn furniture down into the basement. Just having an attractive storage building to house tools, mowers, bikes, toys. The list goes on and on.
What feedback do you get on your product/service? 
“Wow! What a joy it has been working with you and your product is spectacular. David and I smile every time we look at our new shed” –Binnie & David. “We are thrilled with our new storage sheds and extremely impressed with Backyard Sheds’ integrity.” – Delores & Nick What would you share with the world about the Capital Region? The Capital Region has been our home for more than 50 years. How do you unwind? Fred loves a good round of golf while I like to garden and kayak.
Hours:
Monday–Friday: 10am to 5pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm, Sunday: 10am to 2pm.

The Open Door Bookstore & Gift Gallery
128 Jay Street, Schenectady
346.2719; opendoor-bookstore.com
Owners: Janet and John Hutchison
Describe your business with a brief history: We are an entirely locally owned independent bookstore, our 46th year. Opened in 1971, the store was owned by Betty Fleming who lived in Scotia. We started out as a children’s bookstore and gradually added adult titles. I came to work in the store in 1983 and in 1992, my husband and I bought it.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We stay up to date by reading and working with the American Booksellers Association.  Each week we report to them and to The New York Times our bestsellers, and then we see what the bestsellers are elsewhere so it’s a daily process staying up to date. The same is true with the gift gallery. I’m very lucky to have very experienced and talented creative energetic staff members who really put their heart and soul into the store.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
The personal service; having staff here who read the books and make good recommendations. With the gift items, we have staff who know what is special about what we carry.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
We get wonderful, wonderful feedback, which is great. That’s not to say that we don’t have a customer complaint here or there.  But by and large, I hear people love the store, and they tell their friends and that’s very important. What would you share with the world about the Capital Region? I love the Capital Region. I moved here from California. I love that you have Schenectady, Albany, and Troy all in close proximity.  This offers a lot of choices to people for things to do and places to go.
How do you unwind?
I read. That’s my guilty pleasure but I work out at the gym, walk a lot and love to garden.  My big release is playing the violin in the Schenectady Symphony.  I joined the symphony in 1970 and I’m still with it.
Hours:
Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm; Thursday: 10am-8pm; Sunday: 10am-2pm.

House of Polish
1111 Ellsworth Boulevard, Malta
289.5679; houseofpolishmalta.com
Owner: Linda Nguyen
Describe your business with a brief history: House of Polish has been open since 2014. We are a full-service nail salon, offering services such as nail enhancements, manicures and pedicures, gels, and ANC (Amazing Nail Concepts). We strive to satisfy our clientele with the services we provide.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We’re always trying to stay up to date with the latest nail products. Our main focus is ANC and currently we have all the colors available.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Customers will enjoy the décor and ambiance in the salon. We’re here to provide a quality service to our customers.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our clients enjoy the friendliness of our staff. We strive for cleanliness and the quality service we provide.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
The Capital Region is a wonderful area to visit with the four seasons and a variety of different activities available.
How do you unwind?
I unwind by enjoying time with my family and running. Being outside and enjoying the fresh air is a great way to reenergize the mind.
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday: 10am-7pm; Wednesday-Friday: 10am-8pm; Saturday: 9am-5pm

The King Advantage— “Putting College & Life in Focus”
2264 NY Highway 2, Troy
669.0741; thekingadvantage.com
Owner: Linda S. King
Describe your business with a brief history: I started my company over a decade ago to assist families and students with the entire college application process. As an 18-year-old girl, I was confused and overwhelmed. I never wanted another student to feel what I felt; after five degrees, and 20 plus years as a School Counselor/Director, Administrator, therapist, and Adjunct instructor at Sage Graduate School, I have counseled and advised thousands of students and families with competitive college admissions and counseling. Two years ago I rebranded my company to include life coaching for adolescents, and women.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
I stay current with admissions trends by visiting colleges and networking with college admissions counselors. Acceptance rates change yearly depending on many factors and may confuse the average consumer. Offering my clients the data necessary to make informed decisions ultimately helps them save tuition dollars.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
The amount of information regarding the college admissions process overwhelms consumers. Having a “go to” coach who provides undivided and uninterrupted sessions focusing on your specific concerns and goals is our greatest strength. The King Advantage will break down your goals into a manageable process with incremental steps that benefit the client.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Comments include, “We couldn’t have gotten to this point without you” and “Linda truly loves what she does—helping me greatly during high school and with college prep, she was a great mentor.” What would you share with the world about the Capital Region? We are so close to a variety of cultural events: restaurants, music, state parks, great schools, medical facilities, and the proximity to NYC and Boston, and so many amazing colleges. I’m fortunate to live here.
How do you unwind?
I enjoy spending time with family, friends, and my 2 dogs, Daisy and Zoey, and time outdoors that includes hiking, kayaking, and photography.
Hours:
By appointment, responding to email and calls

Lennon’s Irish Shop
164 Jay Street, Schenectady
377-0064; lennonsirishshop.com
Owners: MaryAnn and Dale May
Describe your business with a brief history: For more than 10 years, Lennon’s of Schenectady has been providing residents and visitors of the Capital District with one of the most unique shopping experiences. Although we specialize in imported Celtic wares, clothing, home decor and an extensive selection of Irish-made jewelry of both gold and silver, our gift shop goes far beyond items that are just Irish in nature.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
Whether it’s overseas buying trips or one on one visits with our vendors in the states, we have a vast array of Irish and domestic manufacturers and crafts people at our disposal. We are constantly looking for the new and unique items to add to our inventory to improve our customers’ lives and homes.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
We want our customers to feel special. We are all about service and being reasonably priced. If we don’t have it, we’ll get it. We don’t believe in gouging the customer just because something is unique and/or imported. Our favorite saying is, “You don’t have to be Irish to be Irish.”
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
We believe the number of repeat and long-term customers indicates we are on the right track in serving the Capital District a unique experience. And we are trying to change and improve that experience every day. You will always find something new at the shop no matter how often you visit.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
Lennon’s has been proud to be part of the revitalization of downtown Schenectady and the resurgence of the Jay Street Marketplace.  Time and again we have heard new customers mention how long it’s been since they have been downtown and how impressed they are with the improvements. Schenectady is a great place to live and a great place to do business.
How do you unwind?
Being open seven days a week and participating throughout the year in Celtic festivals in the Northeast and Capital District doesn’t leave much down time; however, our passion is our pups, obedience training and therapy dog work. We have two Irish wolfhounds, Mollie and Dugan. You can usually find one it not both of them at the shop in the official role as greeter.

Fusco Personnel, Inc.
4 Executive Park Drive, Albany
869.6100; fuscopersonnel.net
Owner: Patricia A. Fusco
Describe your business with a brief history: Established in 1994, Fusco Personnel is a NYS-Certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) executive search, recruiting and staffing firm headquartered locally, servicing nationally. Our team of eight specialists and generalist recruiters assists in various industries and types of positions including but not limited to technology, healthcare, finance, HR, engineering, administrative, operations and manufacturing.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We stay current with our services by knowing our customers and their needs. We take a proactive approach and constantly know their business when we recruit talent. Whether they need our assistance now or in the future, we are ready.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
People will love our team, culture and responsive approach, coupled with our approach to recruiting talent and culture! Our placement ratio is over 90% and retention is over 95%.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our list of testimonials is extensive and continuous: “You have become an extension of our HR department.” “Fusco is the best – we wouldn’t call anyone else.” “Your company knows us so well; all we have to do is ask and your team knows exactly what to do.” “Thank you for finding me the perfect career – I am so happy in my new career.” “I loved my experience with Fusco and would refer anyone to you.”
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
I absolutely love to recruit people here from other areas. Many people think we are near Buffalo or too cold and not much to do here! However, when I can get them to simply come here and see what we are all about, we have them sold and they never want to leave! We take it one step further – we also meet with the candidate’s family. The family has to love being here for the candidate to remain in their new role.
How do you unwind?
Lakeside with my family.

Chez Nous
707 Union Street Schenectady
344.6393; cheznousschenectady.com
Owners: Heather and Andy Chestnut
Describe your business with a brief history: Schenectady natives Andy and Heather experienced several relocations during Andy’s corporate career, including a 3-1/2-year assignment in France, living in the French countryside outside Paris. Heather had always been a foodie; this experience connected to something deep in her and she became passionate about bringing a French restaurant to Schenectady.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
Our menu changes four times a year to benefit from the freshness of local seasonal products. We also offer lighter fare either at the bar or seasonal outdoor patio.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Entering Chez Nous is to step out of the regular world. It’s brighter and bigger than it looks from the outside. We seek to delight all five senses for our guests.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Guests tell us they are glad we have brought a restaurant like this to the region. Lovers of French cuisine especially delight in Chez Nous’ attention to service and detail.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
Our area provides a great balance of natural resources and farms, without sacrificing access to cities.
How do you unwind?
We are both musicians, and we like good food paired with good wine, movies, theater, and travel (especially to France and Suisse Romande.)

CR Gas Logs & Fireplaces, Inc.
15 Drywall Lane, Voorheesville
765.4279; crgaslogs.com
Owners: Claude Rodrique / Administrator: Tom DePalma
Describe your business with a brief history: Over 35 years Hearth & Patio Products & Service Dept.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
Our staff is continually updating their training on new and upgraded products to remain competitive in the market.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
We provide free home/site estimates to assist our customers in choosing the right product(s) for their needs. Scheduling when convenient for customers.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
We have very high customer satisfaction feedback for product(s), price and service. Our team will do everything possible to make sure you receive the best quality service. This goes beyond just installation. It begins with the customer experience.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
Great area to raise a family; abundant resources available. How do you unwind?
Working Showroom hours:
Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm; Saturday: 10am-2pm. See our ad on page 42.

Wired Coffee
1104 Ellsworth Boulevard, Malta
400.1377; sipwired.com
Owner: Marty Michele
Describe your business with a brief history: Wired is a small-batch roasting specialty coffee shop and cafe featuring rare and fair trade organic coffees from around the world.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
I like to stay ahead of the pack, think like the consumer, and be creative and innovative.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Health! More and more studies and research suggest that drinking black coffee is healthy for you and loaded with antioxidants and many beneficial B nutrients.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our customers love our coffee, especially the nitrogen infused coffee and bourbon barrel aged cold brew. I believe in what I do and doing it right. I let the product speak for itself.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
Its a great place to enjoy the four seasons. Don’t get too dizzy from all the roundabouts.
How do you unwind?
By practicing patience.
Hours:
Visit SipWired.com for current hours and updates.

CAP COM Federal Credit Union
Various locations
capcomfcu.org
Owners: Our members
Describe your business with a brief history: CAP COM was established in 1953 as the Capital District Telephone Employees Federal Credit Union for the New York Telephone company in Albany. From our earliest days, we’ve focused on service, innovation and education to help our members make confident financial decisions.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We truly listen to our members and design products and services that make a difference for their families. We embrace technology, keeping our members connected when they are on the go. What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service? CAP COM employees are expert resources for life’s biggest purchases. We are here to guide our members every step of the way.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Our members have honored us with multiple awards for our service and we couldn’t be more proud! What would you share with the world about the Capital Region? We are committed to partnering with hundreds of local organizations through the work of our CAP COM Cares Foundation, providing memorable experiences.
How do you unwind?
Whether we’re cheering on our CAP COM Crusaders at Joe Bruno Stadium, coming together for a staff picnic or marking the end of another great year, we are good at celebrating success. We also know, however, that the best way to truly unwind is to spend time with the ones we love. So we give work-life balance a high priority.
Hours:
Branch lobbies – Monday-Wednesday: 8:30am- 4:30pm; Thursday-Friday: 8am-5pm; Saturday: 8:30am-12:30pm. Drive-thrus – Monday-Wednesday: 8am-5 pm; Thursday-Friday: 8am-6pm; Saturday:8:30am-12:30pm.

Pattersonville Furniture Store
1664 Main Street, Pattersonville
887.2741; pattersonvillefurniture.net
Owners: Greg & Betsy Welsh
Describe your business with a brief history: The store started when the Steins moved up to Pattersonville from Pennsylvania. Their daughter and son in law took over the business in the mid 70s and my wife and I took over from my aunt and uncle in the mid 90s. Back then, there was no Thruway; Route 5-S was a major connection between Amsterdam with its rug mills and Schenectady with GE. Pattersonville is half way between the two cities. Now, we attract customers from all over.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
We review our trade magazines for what’s current in furniture designs. We are on the Houzz website for current colors, trends and designs. We listen to our customers as to what they might like to see, style- and color-wise.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Customers get quality furniture at less cost, that is American made, not imported from overseas, and is built to last. Many times, the furniture we sell is handed down to other family members. We stand behind what we sell. If there is a problem, someone direct from the store will come to the home and take care of it. We do not contract our deliveries out. We also offer free financing.
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
Customers like that there are no hidden charges and no delivery fees. They like to know the person they just bought their new furniture from is likely the person delivering it the next day. They appreciate that we remove their old furniture and donate it to a local organization that will find a family in need.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
It truly is a great place to live and grow a family. How do you unwind? Betsy and I like to canoe, hike and camp in the summer, all over the Adirondacks—the more remote the better. We ski and snow shoe in winter. As someone said, “If you don’t do it today, you will only be that much older when you do.”

Countryside Stove & Chimney
839 Route 50, Burnt Hills
384.0598, countrysidestove.com
Owners: Dave and Jodi Crouse
Describe your business with a brief history: Countryside Stove & Chimney was established in 1997. Our staff is certified, knowledgeable and ready to discuss any of your needs in purchasing a gas, wood or pellet stove, insert or fireplace for your new home or addition. Sales, service and installation are available with a purchase of any unit. A stove, insert or fireplace décor from a country, modern or contemporary look is awaiting just for your home.
How do you keep your products/service current for customers?
Our products are manufactured by Travis Industries in the State of Washington—USA made. Every year, Travis Industries manufactures the products according to the trend of that year, customer requests and dealer input. We introduce the newest technologies and products for easy, efficient and green living.
What benefits will folks love utilizing for your product/service?
Our customers love using our gas products to heat their homes and have a benefit of keeping warm even with the loss of power. All of our products have a high efficiency rating and are of great quality and serve a purpose for all heating needs.
What feedback do you get on your products/services?
Customers love our products, service and installation. Almost daily we receive phone calls from our customers complimenting our technicians on their knowledge, courtesy and cleanliness while at their home on an installation.
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
The Capital Region is full of shoppers who are always looking for some alternative heating. There is no place else in the area where you can find so many of these options and local products under one roof. We are proud to serve over 7,000 customers here in the Capital Region.
How do you unwind?
Our busy months are August through December. When January comes around, we are sure to take a vacation to unwind.
Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9am-6pm; Thursday: 9am-8pm; Saturday: September-June: 10am–4pm; Saturday July-August: 10am-2pm; Sunday September-December: 10am-4pm

Truly Rhe
One Broadway, Troy
273.1540; trulyrhe.com
Describe your business with a brief history: Ten years ago this year I discovered Troy and Truly Rhe, the unique boutique , was born. Truly Rhe is a women’s boutique nestled in the heart of downtown Troy specializing in Rhe-inventing a women’s wardrobe.
How do you keep your product/service current for your customers?
I keep the assortment fresh with new shipments arriving weekly, specially hand-picked by Me for you!
What feedback do you get on your product/service?
My customers embrace the Truly Rhe way of dressing and carry that into their daily wardrobe—looking fabulous everyday! She tells her friends and they tell their friends and so on and so on. Can’t ask for anything better!
What would you share with the world about the Capital Region?
The Capital Region is a high energy area that offers a diverse cultural experience for any age.
How do you unwind?
I end my day discovering one of the many wonderful restaurants in Troy.
Spring/Summer shop hours:
Tuesday: 12-4pm; Wednesday-Friday: 11am-6pm; Saturday: 11am-4pm; Sunday: 11am-3pm

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