South Whidbey Record Business Briefs | July 12

North Star Trading Company will leave Langley. “We’re moving out of Langley, but not off the island,” said Liz VanDyke, owner of the store that sells locally manufactured sheepskin products and other gifts. “We would like to try and sell the ‘comfort store’ and we have it for sale at a great price.”

North Star leaves downtown Langley

North Star Trading Company will leave Langley.

“We’re moving out of Langley, but not off the island,” said Liz VanDyke, owner of the store that sells locally manufactured sheepskin products and other gifts. “We would like to try and sell the ‘comfort store’ and we have it for sale at a great price.”

The company was one of the few Langley companies that manufactured in town.

“Our plans are to concentrate on our Web site and our spot at the Pike Place Market,” VanDyke said.

Even though it is leaving Langley, the company is introducing a number of new products that can be viewed at its Web site at www.sheepskingoods.com.

“If we sell the store, our slippers will probably still be available there. If not, we’ll make sure we let everyone know how to get hold of us,” VanDyke said.

“Langley has been fun, but we’re looking ahead at some new ventures and we’re ready to move on,” she said.

New date for Langley ladies night

The Prima Bistro and Clyde Theater have announced a different date for the “Sex and the City” ladies night in Langley.

Catch the 7:30 p.m. showing of the summer blockbuster “Sex and the City” on July 20 after sipping Carrie and friend’s signature drink, the Cosmopolitan, at the Prima Bistro. The Prima Bistro will offer $4 cosmos from 4 to 8 p.m.

The theater will show “Sex and the City,” featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall from July 18 through 21.

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