Stoney Creek Company

Our first goal as a company is to add to that enjoyment.

We design and build Solid Hardwood Fly Tying Desks, Windsor Desk Chairs, a Feather & Material Hutch, Fly Rod Stands, Tool Stations,
and a variety of accessories. We specialize in the extremely unique, the absolute highest quality and most affordable hand-made fly tying furniture you’ll find anywhere.

905 Mt. Rock Rd
Carlisle, PA 17013
(866) 399-7726

The Garden Gallery

The Garden Gallery, owned by Charles and Susie Andrews, was established in 1976 in historic downtown Carlisle, and is the oldest fine arts gallery in Central Pennsylvania.
The gallery is also famous for its custom framing/design center as well as for art, photography and frame restoration. Charles has extensive experience in using various materials and fabrication techniques, and is a technical consultant to artists and corporations regarding fabrication, display, and archival protection of art works.

Charles and Susie are also both artists working in ceramics. Their work is shown at the gallery along with a number of outstanding artists some of whom have been represented by the gallery for over 20 years. The Garden Gallery primarily represents Pennsylvania artists along with a few nationally recognized artists from New York, New Mexico, and Kansas.

The gallery showcases its fine arts and crafts with art shows throughout the year. You will find fine original paintings, hand blown glass, ceramics, (functional as well as non-functional), silver jewelry, photography and more. The Garden Gallery is a celebration of not only the handmade but of a community that exists to create for personal and public satisfaction, and to promote and enhance the world in which it exists.

Serendipity Antique Gallery

Serendipity Antique Gallery

Rick & Jane Wire have been collecting, buying and selling antiques and used furniture since 1995.  They moved to Carlisle in 2005, and have become very active in the community including Carlisle C.A.R.E.S. Homeless Shelter.  Rick & Jane became very good friends with Mary Roell, owner of Bedford St. Antiques where they rented space for 2 years.   In July of 2012, they had an “ah-ha” moment when they stumbled across a vacant 12,000 sq. ft. building that had the perfect location and could also accommodate in-house auctions, something that no other Antique Shop in the area could provide.  The fact that it was a mere 6 minutes from their home made it a no brainer.  This was it!  On August 1, 2012, Rick & Jane opened “Serendipity Antique Gallery”.  The Gallery features Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Coins, Silver & Currency, Primitives, Industrial, Quality Used Furniture and the LARGEST selection of Antique furniture in Central PA!

•       Located just 3 miles off Rt. 81 & PA. Turnpike coming into Carlisle
•       8,500 sq. ft. of space on ONE floor
•       Lots of parking
•       Monthly In-house auctions

876 N. Hanover St.
Carlisle, PA 17013
717-218-7715 or 717-554-4950

the Clothesvine

the ClothesVine specializes in contemporary womens and juniors clothing, jewelry, accessories and gifts. We are currently located at 115 West High St., but will be relocating across the street at 134 West High St. at the end of Sept. 2005. Come see us for personalized service and our unique clothing that you won’t find in department stores.

134 West High Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
717-249-7909

Lowe’s of Carlisle

The Lowe’s story began in North Carolina more than 59 years ago when H. Carl Buchan, part owner of the North Wilkesboro Hardware Company, envisioned creating a chain of hardware stores. At the time, Lowe’s was a typical, small town hardware store selling everything from overalls and snuff to wash tubs and work boots. Lowe’s even sold horse collars at its first store in downtown North Wilkesboro.

Carl Buchan later bought-out his brother-in-law and partner, James Lowe, and foreseeing the post-World War II building boom, concentrated on selling only hardware, appliances and hard-to-find building materials. By eliminating wholesalers and dealing directly with manufacturers, Lowe’s established a lasting reputation for low prices. Sales grew over time and additional Lowe’s stores opened in neighboring towns throughout western North Carolina.

The company went public in 1961, and began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in 1979 (NYSE: LOW). During this time, U.S. housing starts soared and professional builders became Lowe’s loyal customers, accounting for the majority of Lowe’s business.

In 1982, Lowe’s had its first billion-dollar sales year, earning a record profit of $25 million. Lowe’s stores then reported serving a new type of customer: do-it-yourself homeowners seeking to improve the value of their properties. Anticipating their needs while still accommodating contractors, Lowe’s began to enlarge its stores and expanded its merchandise offerings. Lowe’s prototype store today is 116,000 retail selling square feet — compared with the typical 11,000-square-foot Lowe’s stores of the 1980’s. Lowe’s stores stock 40,000 products and have another 500,000 items available by special order– offering practically everything customers need to build, beautify and enjoy their homes. Lowe’s uses the latest technology to track and order inventory and help customers create solutions for their home improvement projects.

850 East High Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
717-258-7700