FrostburgFirst’s Pop-Up Frostburg Program is celebrating Shop Small Season by hosting a rotating pop-up retail shop throughout the holidays and into the New Year. The Pop-Up Frostburg program brings together entrepreneurs, artists, makers, and small businesses with local property owners to activate vacant spaces in downtown Frostburg. The program is funded in part through the Main Street Improvement grant program through Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development.
FrostburgFirst welcomes back She’s So Pretty to the Pop-Up Frostburg space at 13 E. Main Street from February 1st– February 28th! She’s So Pretty features handcrafted articles sewn and designed by local artist Mindy Wilkinson. The shop will offer a variety of items from fashion-forward skirts to eye-catching handbags, incorporating vintage and upcycled fabrics, including brand new clothing items! She’s So Pretty also caters to the younger crowd with handmade fleece robots and monsters; an excellent toy for infants and toddlers alike. This month she will have lots of bling and jewelry for Valentine’s gifts and vintage fabrics for sale!
“I have always loved shopping and participating in events in Frostburg,” says She’s So Pretty owner, Mindy Wilkinson. “I am really excited to make She’s So Pretty a part of it this holiday season. I can’t wait to introduce everyone to my locally produced line of ladies and women’s clothing and all the fun accessories.”
She will be participating in the 3rd Annual Cocoa Crawl on February 13th by opening early, giving away free hot chocolate masks with a $25+ purchase, AND 20% off your entire order all day!
She’s So Pretty will be open Tuesday – Sunday from 1 pm – 7 pm at 13 E. Main Street, and offers curbside pick-up. Alterations will be available by appointment only. Visit shessopretty.com or follow @ShesSoPretty on Facebook for updates. To buy online, visit @prettybymindy on Etsy.com.
Our county is currently experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases. We still want you to enjoy all downtown Frostburg has to offer, but please wear a mask, sanitize and wash hands, follow posted rules for capacity and traffic flow, practice safe social-distancing, ask businesses about curbside and online options, and, most of all, be kind and patient with one another. Thank you for keeping Frostburg a COVID-compliant and safe community to shop and dine.