Business


Queen Street Gifts & Treats Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Published: October 26, 2017 at 12:00 am

Print

Mary Wilson and Patrick Kearney, the co-owners of Queen Street Gifts & Treats, will be the guest speakers for the next Working Women's Forum.
Mary Wilson and Patrick Kearney, the co-owners of Queen Street Gifts & Treats, will be the guest speakers for the next Working Women's Forum.
Queen Street Gifts & Treats is celebrating its five year anniversary, Saturday, November 4, during regular store hours, 10 am to 5 pm. Visitors are invited to sip champagne, enter raffles, and have a few treats to celebrate, including the popular Sea Salt Caramels. Shoppers receive a 15 percent storewide discount November 4.

The "Queen" has expanded her product offerings to include more ladies' accessories, more gifts for men, more tabletop products, more jewelry, coffee table books, inspirational books, baby items, and still more.

A new Warhol coloring book, the second book that Queen Street Gifts owner Mary Wilson's family has released, is also now available.

Queen Street Gifts & Treats is always searching out small, independent artists, and invites the public to come meet three Connecticut artists between 11 am and 2:30 pm: Collin Robison of Newtown - Hound House Candles, handcrafted in small batches; David Fescier of DF Collections creates handcrafted jewelry in Greenwich; Carli from Carli Bruno Studio/Cristalida features jewelry made by hand in leather and fused glass, based out of Norwalk.

Queen Street staff looks forward to welcoming shoppers to the anniversary celebration. The store is at 3 Queen Street. For more information, 203-304-9755.

Change Text Size:

This Week's Poll

Is Nutella overrated?

Yes
40% (2 votes)
No
60% (3 votes)
What's Nutella?
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 5