Alpaca to Apparel opens Thursday
Alpaca to Apparel plans to open its doors for the Christmas Season at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 19. Alpaca to Apparel formerly operated under the name Sandy Ridge Farm. The new name makes it easier to recognize what Alpaca to Apparel will be selling.
long with the new name, Alpaca to Apparel will be located about a mile down the road from the old location. The old location was off Wisconsin 29 on Church Road in Kewaunee; the new location is on the other side of Wisconsin 29 on East Townline Road. The shop is in an old milk house which has been remodeled beyond its former glory.
Alpaca to Apparel offers the area’s finest selection of alpaca products. This includes items such as premium fur hats, blankets, scarves, socks, headbands, jackets, sweaters, and gloves. The shop also encompasses many other local artists as well. Alpaca to Apparel offers Elderberry Acres Honey, Queen Bee Candles, Aster Park Floral, Bayview Organics, Little Harbor Designs, and many other Door County favorites.
Alpaca to Apparel is stop No. 16 on the Kewaunee Christmas Stroll and is located down the road from Aissen Tree Farm and Parallel 44 Winery. This is a family event and there are alpacas and horses on the farm for families to enjoy.
The store will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 24.
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