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For Immediate Release
Torrington CT, October 25, 2018
Prime Time House Prepares for 4th Pop-up Shop for the Holidays
Prime Time House announced plans to open its annual “pop-up” shop in the coming weeks, with the hopes of allowing local residents the opportunity to find unique holiday items and home décor, while bringing in funds to support their organization.
PRIME FINDS Home for the Holidays will offer shoppers gently used, previously loved home furnishings, accessories, holiday decorations and gifts at affordable prices. Thanks to the generosity of West Street Yard, LLC, this year the store will be located in West Street Yard, Suites #113/114 in Litchfield.
Donation of antiques, furniture, home goods and accessories, as well as holiday decorations and gift items, are welcomed in order to help stock the pop-up shop. Donations can be brought to the store Monday through Friday from 11 am - 4 pm starting October 29. One hundred percent of all donations are tax deductible.
The store will hold a Grand Opening “Sip & Shop” on November 16 from 4 – 7 pm allowing attendees’ first dibs on these wonderful items, as well as a dose of holiday cheer. You might even leave with your holiday shopping completed. The store will then be open from November 17 through December 28 with varied hours, posted on site in the coming days.
In addition to the generosity of West Street Yard, LLC, BD Medical, Thomaston Savings Bank, Torrington Savings Bank, Northwest Community Bank, Litchfield Bancorp, Northwest Hill Credit Union, E.J. Murphy Realty and Daley Moving & Storage have partnered with Prime Time House to support this effort.
Operated totally by volunteers, the store supports the programs at Prime Time House. Prime Time House empowers individuals from Northwest Connecticut who suffer with mental illness to lead productive and independent lives by providing them opportunities for education, employment, friendship, housing and transportation. It is the only program in Litchfield County that provides a no-cost social program to these individuals. This lack of mental health providers and services is especially challenging given the rapid increase of opioid addiction and the mental health problems associated with it.
For information on sponsoring, donating, or volunteering please contact Kathi Weinstein at (860) 618-2479, Ext. 103.