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Annastasia's Gift and Gallery


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Stacy Himonas is owner of Annastasia's Gift and Gallery, 60 N. 100 West, Price, 637-5196. It has been a gift store since 1996, and a gallery and bridal registry before. It first opened as Creative Needle and Gifts in 1976.

Annastasia's offers a place for artists to display and sell their art. The business has hosted many artists with an open house reception at various times. Annastasia's also offers a bridal registry, and ecclectic gifts for all ages, from baby to grandparents

Himonas attended college and worked for an accounting firm until she opened her own business. She is a member of Soroptimist International, the Greek Ladies Philoptochos Society and America's Needlepoint Guild.

"We feature free gift wrap and delivery," said Himonas, adding, "we have fiestaware, dinnerware, plus Blue Sky dinnerware for the young at heart."

In addition, the store also carries Meyda Tiffany lamps, hand blown glass, Wilton Armetall serving pieces and goblets, handmade and painted greeting cards, clocks, (miniature, wall, and tabletops) seasonal decorations, and home d�cor, also featuring local art.


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