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Beehive Bakeware

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Framed Bible Pages

This year, we have a very special gift idea for loved ones: a framed page from a 1500s Bible. Our rare book collector Reid Moon has several original Bibles, printed in the 1500s, and brought over to America by the … Continue reading

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Silent Night, Holy Night…

We spend a lot of time in our store thinking about heritage, about our ancestors, about where they came from and what their stories were. Many of us don’t get the chance to visit those far-off lands, so we wanted to bring their … Continue reading

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Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire…

As the weather gets chilly, we look to classic traditions to stay warm. We sip hot chocolate around the fireplace, bundle up in fleece scarves and mittens, and snuggle into thick blankets while watching the snow fall outside. May we suggest a new … Continue reading

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The Lighting of Riverwoods

Come feel the holiday spirit this Friday, November 20 from 6-9pm. Enjoy free wagon rides, visits with Santa, live entertainment, ice sculptures, fireworks, beautiful in-store displays, s’mores, and lots of giveaways! At Zion’s Mercantile, we have some special things going on that night too: … Continue reading

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Trick or Treat!

We’ve got a treat for you this week! What with the weather getting cooler and the Thanksgiving season around the corner, we wanted to give our customers a sweet deal on fall decorations. This week, take 25% off fall items! … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Make Family History Fun

Family History Month is nearly half over! In case you’re running out of ideas, here are some new ways to celebrate your family history and learn about your ancestors: Learn about the country where your ancestors came from. Look at pictures … Continue reading

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