Ashland Living - Daily Independent Winter 2018 - Page 30

give away its fourth annual special edition Christmas “We’re people’s neighbors, we’re their friends. We are ornament with purchases of more than $35 during the community. People know who we are, about our Brunch & Browse, and the store will have exclusive lives, and we know about theirs,” she said. “We’re trying items for sale at Festival of Trees. Kentucky Mountain to revitalize the community and help the area grow.” Coffee will be onsite with samples Dec. 7 and 8. Find La Tee Da Boutique on Facebook: For more about holiday specials and promotions, @LATEEDABOUTIQUEASHLAND. visit or @ @ magnoliasouthernarts. If you buy Magnolia Southern Arts Camayo Arcade, 1536 Winchester Ave. (606) 571-9206 Store hours: Nov. 1 through 30: Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Brunch & Browse hours may vary, Dec. 1 through 22: Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Christmas Eve: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) If you buy - Dawn Nolan La Tee Da Boutique Before opening La Tee Da Boutique in the Camayo Arcade in April 2013, owner Cathy Fraley spent some time building a following by selling jeweled scarves she had discovered in a Myrtle Beach gift shop at local craft fairs, fall festivals and a kiosk at the Ashland Town La Tee Da Boutique 1526 Winchester Ave. • (606) 327-0045 Store hours: Monday through Friday 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m. (extended hours to be announced) - Dawn Nolan Pam’s Primitives Center. In addition to scarves, customers can  nd an Pam’s Primitives is situated next to FYE and Charlotte assortment of apparel, hats/toboggans, UK and Russe near the Belk end of the Ashland Town Center, MU merchandise as well as boots of all styles and but that hasn’t always been the case. In fact, the store customizable, interchangable jewelry from Lotti Dotties, has been through many changes in location since the Ginger and Petite Snaps at La Tee Da. business was started more than 10 years ago. “We try to get things that people ask for, but we also “We’re in our seventh location; however, it’s a like to stay on top of trends,” Fraley said. “Typically, permanent spot now,” owner Pam Johnson said. we’ve been a couple of years ahead of what’s to come.” And while “Primitives” is part of the name, Johnson said As another holiday shopping season approaches, that’s not the only style of items available at the store. Fraley encourages others to keep shopping small as a way to support others. 30 | WINTER 2018 | ASHLAND LIVING For the holidays in particular, Pam’s Primitives has a lot of seasonal merchandise, including UK ornaments