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New Colonial Williamsburg Store Brick & Vine Set To Open May 4

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WILLIAMSBURG-A grand opening has been scheduled for Colonial Williamsburg’s new flagship store, Brick & Vine, in Merchants Square.

Grand opening celebrations are set for May 4 starting at 1:30pm. Opening day will include a performance by Colonial Williamsburg’s Fife & Drum Corps, speeches, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Door prizes and a raffle are also planned as part of the festivities before doors open to the new store at 2:45 pm.

Brick & Vine will open in the former Binns clothing store next to Illy Caffe on Duke of Gloucester Street. Three of Colonial Williamsburg’s shops will relocate to form the new store: Craft House, Boxwood & Berry, and Williamsburg At Home.

Brick & Vine will carry a variety of merchandise including home décor, furniture, and accents; seasonal items; jewelry; collectibles; and gourmet food, craft beer, and wine.

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