A vintage market is celebrating its reopening this weekend in the Landmark neighborhood (861 S. Pickett Street) with a week of door prizes and refreshments.
Evolution Home is a consignment shop that moved into the Landmark neighborhood earlier this year but has been at various locations around Alexandria since 1999.
“Evolution Home’s Grand Reopening at 861 S. Pickett St. in Alexandria’s West End is the next step upward for the small business,” the shop said in a release. “Part vintage market, part antique mall, and part home goods consigner, Evolution Home is proud to build on 23 years of bringing Northern Virginia customers one-of-a-kind furniture, décor, and gifts.”
The grand reopening event will run from Saturday, June 18, to Friday, June 24, and will feature refreshments, door prizes and a prize wheel while supplies last.
“As our customers and sales have grown, so has our need for space,” owner Susan Driscoll said in the release. “This is our fourth move in 23 years, each move to a larger and better space.”
Image via Evolution Home/Facebook
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