Just a few steps South on Dalhousie St. is Terra Green Gardens. This store is one of the latest additions to Amherstburg’s downtown retail.
They feature over 25 local vendors from the Windsor Essex County Region. They want to “Share the joy of homemade”. From bathing products to handmade jewelry to wall art made from reused products they want to share with you what is locally made here.
Stop by. You are bound to find something you would love for yourself or to share with someone you love.
Pink Pisces is the latest “kid on the block”. They carry locally made and sustainable artisan goods (candles, cosmetics, jewelry, pottery etc) In addition to this they reclaim vintage furniture and add an updated mid century boho vibe to previously loved items.
They believe that sending furniture to a landfill is environmentally irresponsible. At Pink Pisces they inspire creativity by reinventing and reimagining new designs and new trends. Showing others what can be done to transform previously loved items will not only reduce waste but result in a one of a kind treasure.
They work with 15 vendors as well and accept consignment sales for vintage items. They aspire to feature many more local artisans as they grow. They carry new, original and one of a kind products daily. As their neon sign states “buy now or cry later”.
Lastly, explore the authentic treasures at the Gibson Art Gallery which is housed in a heritage building that was once a historic Michigan Railroad station. The Gallery not only showcases a number of exhibits from April to November, but also hosts a gift shoppe that features artists from Amherstburg and the surrounding region. Artworks available for purchase may include jewelry, pottery, wood turnings, or lovingly knitted clothing.