It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Pik-itz

The holidays are almost upon us and Pik-itz is already decorated in red and green with gifts galore.

“Everything’s on sale,” owner Terry Light said. “Find something you like, and I’ll tell you the price.”

The antique mall will be closed Thanksgiving Day, but make sure to stop by on Black Friday or Small Business Saturday to start your holiday shopping for the special people in your life.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Pik-itz

Pik-itz is more than your average antique mall. Located at 1922 Highway 87, Pik-itz is a “little store with a big personality,” designed with the shopper in mind.

They sell a range of items from antique and vintage pieces to new, handmade items. They have art, handmade children’s clothing, various gift items and assorted handmade jewelry.

Pik-itz takes pride in their local vendors making some of their products right here in Navarre.

“Ninety-five percent of what is in this store is made in the United States, some in Navarre,” Light said. “So, this is the made-in-America store.”

The colorful store has 60 vendors, which is unique because Light doesn’t rent booth space. Instead she does managed inventory, where vendors pay a flat fee based on their type of inventory.

“They just bring their inventory to me with a price list, and I place it. I clean it. I rearrange it. So, all the kitchen items go in the kitchen area. All the tools go in the same area,” she said. “Why not design a store for the shoppers?”

There’s a new food truck in Food Truck Alley called Gypsy’s Anchor. This fun food truck specializes in coffee and sweet and savory treats, including homemade chocolate truffles, which make a great Christmas gift.

Come enjoy some specialty hot dogs from Island Dogs Grill food truck, open Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Looking for something fun to do on a Saturday morning in small town Navarre?

The first and third Saturday of every month, Pik-itz opens its backyard venue space for the Highway 87 Outdoor Market at Pik-itz from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Here they have a farmers market with more than 20 unique vendors, selling produce, meat, home décor, sweet treats and crafts while a local artist plays live music on their Starving Artist Stage.

Feeling artsy? The Pik-itz Art Space is available for classes or private paint parties. For more information call 850-710-7128.

Pik-itz will be hosting a Solstice Celebration on the shortest day of the year, also known as the winter solstice. The seasonal event will take place Dec. 21 from 4-8 p.m. Everyone is invited to come to this free event and enjoy a festive evening as local musicians play Christmas carols and complimentary hot cocoa and Christmas cookies are served. Come take advantage of Christmas clearance sales and check items off your Christmas lists before Santa beats you to it.



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