Ally Bally Bee Celebrates 10,000 Unique Creations!
This past weekend marked a great achievement for Ally Bally Bee. While tracking recent inventory, founder Morag Grassie realized that since opening, the store has offered more than 10,000 handcrafted products for sale.
The diversity and quality of items that artists bring to Ally Bally Bee never fails to amaze us but 10,000 unique items in three years is an incredible landmark! Grassie details her joy in discovering that one of her favorite new products, a brushed cotton ballerina pinafore dress, was item number 10,000 in the computer-based inventory system.
Grassie grew even happier when noticing the range of local artists' beautiful creations that surrounded the 10,000th item: Redding artist Pam Elkow’s fused glass creations, Norwalk’s Go Lightly Clothing and unique jewelry by Fairfield’s Jessica Morgan, Wilton’s Emmy Starr, and Danbury’s Justine Aspinwall.
If you’re interested in meeting the artists, or celebrating the 10,000th item, join us at Ally Bally Bee for a “Fabulous Fall Event” on October 22nd, 6-9pm. Meet the artists, browse local creations, enjoy refreshments and enter to win our now famous handcrafted door prizes! Look out for more info over the next two weeks.
Located at 45 Ethan Allen Hwy, Ridgefield (next to Tusk and Cup on Rt 7 across from the Branchville train station), Ally Bally Bee is open 10-6pm Monday through Saturday and 12-4pm on Sunday. Remember to like us on Facebook.com/AllyBallyBeeBranchville to keep up to date with all new arrivals or call 203-493-5037 for more information on any item or event.
Thank you for your loyal support and helping us share these beautiful creations - please tell your friends about Ally Bally Bee or better still bring them along on October 22nd!!