Two unique new stores have found a new home in downtown OKC at 7 N.E.10th Street. Their opening event featured a Greater OKC Chamber ribbon cutting and a champagne toast celebrating the beginning of this family’s amazing adventure.
My sister Kathy is a graduate of Putnam City High School, Class of 1969. They’ve always been a spirited bunch but some kind of magic happened at the 40th reunion a couple of years ago and they decided to keep the spirit going reunited every summer… just for fun. One of her PC69 friends is Tina Fausett (I know – sounds like Fawcett!). She is part owner of Les Debris with her daughter, son, and granddaughter and maybe others. Tina had sent a blast to the PC69 group and Kathy, who lives in Houston, forwarded it to me. I thought what the heck! I’ll be downtown and will stop in. The words about their pickles intrigued me.
Here’s the scoop take from the What’s UP in Downtown OKC
Features antiques, art and consignments. Guests will have the opportunity to meet their featured designer, David Stinson of the Stinson Design Group and get a sneak preview of Ginette Adamson’s paintings (exhibit opening & celebration happens on June 9, 2012, sponsored by L’Alliance Française). Also displayed are the works of artists Matilde Alberny, Gustavo Duque and Marcia Turner
Home of the Original Cajun Sweet & Spicy Pickle. This store will feature Made in Oklahoma products:
- The Original Split-T Hickory Theta Sauce by Brad and Chad
- Prima Café, Gourmet and Organic Teas and Coffees
- Apple Envy-Gourmet Candied Apples
- Furniture, Jewelry, Scarves, Paintings and much more by local artists Jennifer Gaines, Dionne Woods, Rebecca Yeager, Anthony Pego, Jac Guthrie, Gwen and Nekapol Gajajiva.
Part of the proceeds from sales will benefit Trinity Legal Clinic, Oklahoma Lawyers for Children and Branierd Baptist Mission Team for Uganda.
The entire store is interesting! Parking is available across the street behind the UPS Store and by the 1910 Cafe. Yet another cool addition to Automobile Alley!