Home Furnishings. Art, Gifts. Everything from CUPS to COUCHES, Gently used and new.
Medleyanna’s is a cute little junk shop located at the stoplight in West End. We specialize in junk, antiques, primitive, French country, chic, smell goods, garden necessities, quilts, candles, pottery, some old and some new!
Available at Medleyanna’s! and The Warehouse.
Antiques, Vintage, Refinished, Restored & Repurposed Furniture, Home Decor, Gifts & More! Located inWest End, NC For the latest visit our Facebook page or stop by and say Hi!
Vintage Treasures and Gift Shop, also offer custom designed gifts/ orders.
At Willabee, we believe that our market is so much more than selling products. We believe in bringing communities together, and therefore we work hard to provide products that include locally sourced and sustainable ingredients that are wholesome for everyone. We believe in bringing communities together, and therefore we work hard to provide products that include locally sourced and sustainable ingredients that are wholesome for everyone. We are a healing market that thinks big by acting small. Join the movement to living a more eco-friendly, sustainable lifestyle.
Friday 11 am – 5 pm
Saturday 11 am – 5 pm
Sunday 11 am – 3 pm
This wonderful old cabin has been the proud home of the Sandhills Woman’s Exchange since 1923. We are a member of the Federation of Woman’s Exchanges, the longest running women’s volunteer organization in the country.
Come Eat and Shop at this Historic Log Cabin! Gift Shop Open 10 am – 3 pm. Lunch 11:00 am – 2 pm. Closed Sunday and Monday.
We are a national organization of Woman’s Exchanges whose goal is to help members of our community achieve economic stability through consignment and sale of fine-quality, hand-crafted items.
The Federation’s mission is to provide mutual support and cooperation among its network of members and to provide a way to exchange ideas and business practices.
In 1922, a small group of women joined together based on a need and a desire. The need was the women and families of the Sandhills. Life was hard in the rural counties. Poverty was common. Health conditions poor. Paved roads were few. Telephones mostly non-existent and country women rarely left their homes. That was the need. The desire was how to help these women.
Having admired the locally made quilts, rugs, coverlets and other handcrafted items, along with the abundance of jams, jellies, preserves and canned goods at the Sandhills Fair in 1922, Katherine Tuckerman, Molly Lovering and Darthea Cowgill knew the Sandhills needed a Woman’s Exchange. The Federation of Woman’s Exchanges was an organization begun in the 1830’s that arose from the need for women to find a means to earn income. Giving women an outlet to sell their handcrafts and culinary goods was a radical idea at a time when women could not or did not work outside the home.
While Katherine had the organizational skills, Molly was knowledgeable in handcrafts and culinary techniques, and Darthea was practical, with passion and drive. Molly and Darthea became the connection to, and the delivery service for, the rural women. Driving miles along rutted, sandy country roads, they established relationships and friendships with the women, teaching them new crafts and processes for preserving, and if needed, providing them with the supplies to create goods to sell.
More women were drawn to the idea of an exchange, and on May 2, 1923, they met to discuss formally establishing the Sandhills Woman’s Exchange. They organized, divided duties, secured funds and searched for a place to operate. In the fall of 1923, the SWE began operations on the porch of what was known as the Way House on Pee Dee Road, between Southern Pines and Pinehurst. The season was an outstanding success and thus began the search for a larger space, and with the help of Gertrude Tufts, found a home in the log cabin still occupied today by the SWE.
The SWE log cabin was built in 1823 by James Ray, near his grist mill. The McKenzie family later acquired it for use as a kitchen. When James W. Tufts, developer of Pinehurst, saw it, he was so charmed by it, the McKenzies gave it to him. He moved the one-room cabin to the Pine Grove in the Village in 1896 and had it restored. The cabin had been used as a museum and caretaker’s cottage before his daughter-in-law, Gertrude, initiated the donation of the cabin to the SWE.
For 100 years, hundreds of women have volunteered their time, donated money, solicited funds and gathered supplies to aid the people of the Sandhills. Continuous since they opened their doors, the SWE has remained constant in their mission of “helping others help themselves.” Since 1922, hundreds of women and men have brought their goods, their crafts and their talents to the Exchange to sell, and in return, took home needed monies to their families. Today, the Sandhills Woman’s Exchange continues the mission set 100 years ago by a small group of women who saw a need and had the desire to do something about it. The SWE is proudly one of 15 remaining members of the Federation of Woman’s Exchanges, the oldest continuous charitable organization in the United States.
Cameron and Co is a family owned business located in the historical Village of Pinehurst, NC. They are known for their large selection of home accessories, gifts, local items, jewelry, purses, luxury bath products and much more.
Arts Council of Moore County at Campbell House
The Arts Council Galleries feature changing monthly exhibits, located in historic Campbell House.
For over 100 years, Campbell House has been a beacon of culture, enhancing civic life. The main block of the building was part of the original Boyd mansion, located 100 feet in front of present-day Weymouth Center. In the early 1920s, a section was moved across the street to its present location. In 1946, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Campbell purchased the property and gifted it to the town in 1966.
Founded in 1973, the Arts Council’s mission is to inspire and strengthen our community through the arts. Activities include annual programs for 15,000+ students, exhibits for 550+ artists, concerts by world-class musicians, and support for artists and arts groups through grants, ticket sales, and promotions.
As a destination, the Arts Council supports our economy with artists and visitors staying in local hotels, shopping and eating in restaurants, enjoying our nightlife and craft breweries, and coming to know our community. The organization is a cornerstone of the cultural activities we enjoy – the things that make this such a wonderful place to live.
Open 10:00 am – 5:00 pm weekdays and 2-4:00 pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month.
Admission is FREE
Address: 482 East Connecticut Avenue, Southern Pines, NC, 28387
Phone: (910) 692-2787
“Feather your nest at the Mockingbird”
Mockingbird is a shop located in the charming town of Southern Pines that is filled with great gifts and lovely finds for the home. If you stopped in and wished you would’ve picked something up while you were here but didn’t, then head over to our shopping website: http://mockingbirdonbroad.com/