The Fourth of July at the Brewster Store - #60, print

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The Fourth of July at the Brewster Store - #60, print

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13.5x9.5" (16x20" matted) - print

 

The Brewster Store located at the intersection of Routes 6A and 124, proudly celebrates the annual Brewster in Bloom festivities. Built as a Universalist church in 1852, the structure was converted to a general store in 1862 and has been selling provisions and general merchandise ever since.

The Brewster Store offers a visual and educational feast of antique fixtures, machinery and memorabilia, in addition to a wide variety of items to delight shoppers of all ages. The main floor features coffee and donuts, groceries, toys and necessities. The Upper Hall is filled with fine gifts. The Brewster Scoop, underneath the store, is open summers to satisfy everyone's taste for fresh ice cream.

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