Business Briefs

New hours at 1504 Coffee shop

New hours at 1504 Coffee shop

The 1504 Coffee shop is expanding its hours.

During the summer, the coffee shop is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week.

The shop offers coffee drinks and other specialties, such as Typhoo English tea, chocolate-covered McVitties and HobNob biscuits from the United Kingdom.

1504 Coffee is located on Highway 525 next to the Texaco gas station.

Antique malls

celebrate America

Mutiny Bay and Red Rooster Antique Malls will hold their fourth Annual “Celebrate America” Flea Market on Thursday, July 3.

The sale is held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at both store locations on Main Street in Freeland.

While shopping in Freeland, stay and enjoy the “Celebrate America” festivities at Freeland Beach.

For more information about the flea market, call 331-0150 or 331-3656.

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