Repeat Street, a Ridgeland consignment store specializing in modern and vintage clothes, furnishings and components, transformed its 2nd building and turned it into a new garments retail store referred to as Rethreads on Tuesday, Sept. 7. Photograph courtesy Repeat Street

Repeat Avenue (242 US-51, Ridgeland), a Ridgeland consignment keep specializing in up to date and classic outfits, furnishings and add-ons, remodeled its next setting up and turned it into a new clothes keep termed Rethreads on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

Michelle Austin, proprietor of Repeat Avenue, made the decision to transform the creating and make modifications to her shop in honor of the store’s 15th anniversary. The creating earlier served as a seller mall that Repeat Road allowed vendors to rent room in to established up booths for promoting their wares.

With the opening of Rethreads, Repeat Road will now focus on selling dwelling goods and home furniture while the new store focuses on consigned clothing from distributors across Mississippi, Maureen Coyle, head of consignment for Repeat Street and Rethreads, informed the Jackson Absolutely free Press.

“We have been paying the earlier month curating outfits for the new retail store, doing work with our consigners to pick out the best merchandise for it,” Coyle states. “Our purpose was to generate a boutique-fashion house to fill with special things that individuals will appreciate and cherish when they convey them residence, no matter if it can be outfits, sneakers or purses.”

Repeat Avenue and Rethreads are open up Monday via Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more facts, connect with 601-605-9123 or check out repeatstreet.internet.

WellsFest Heading Virtual for 2021

Wells Church (2019 Bailey Ave.) in Jackson announced that it has improved its 2021 WellsFest celebration scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25, to a digital format because of to COVID-19 concerns.

In advance of the principal event, Wells Church is web hosting a virtual art auction and silent auction of donated merchandise and products and services that will open on Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. and close on Sept. 25 at 5 p.m.

The 2021 digital WellsFest will involve an on-line music night on Sept. 23 with digital performances by Chris Gill with Meredith Michelle and Gary Scott, the Jackson Gypsies and Barry Leach with Patrick Harkins and Raphael Semmes. Viewers will be able to check out the performances by way of livestream on Fb and at wellsfest.org.

All WellsFest proceeds will go to Grace Property, a area nonprofit that helps very low-revenue individuals with HIV/AIDS and gals working to get over dependancy.

For much more details, check out wellsfest.org or call Wells Church at 601-353-0658.

Van’s CCG Keeping 5th Anniversary Celebration and Alzheimer’s Fundraiser

Ridgeland comic, card and video game store Van’s CCG is hosting a celebration for its 5th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 25. The shop has also partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association to enable elevate recognition and fundraise as section of the function, with a part of all profits going in direction of the charity.

The celebration will involve a satisfy-and-greet with the 501st Star Wars Legion, online games, trivia and comic strip artwork contests, shows from area artists, a image booth, board game demos, wargaming, a miniatures paint competition, a Magic the Accumulating charity event, Quidditch beer pong, Beyblade and Yugioh tournaments, a Dungeons and Dragons find out-to-enjoy function, no cost grilled food and a lot more.

Doorways open at 10 a.m. and the 1st 100 shoppers will acquire present baskets and reward playing cards for community places to eat such as Scrooge’s, Eco-friendly Ghost Tacos and Pelican Cove Grill. Shoppers who share the occasion on social media prior to Sept. 25 or have on purple on the day of the occasion will also be entered into a raffle for a $50 Van’s CCG reward card.

For far more info, call 601-898-9950, take a look at vansccg.com or come across the occasion on Fb.