Community Clothes ClosetCommunity Clothes Closet
Hours: Wednesday 2-4 pm, Saturday 10 am – noon
The Community Clothes Closet is run by the Presbyterian Church Women and offers donated clothing, shoes, accessories and a variety of household items.
Cottonwood Falls Collectables & AntiquesCottonwood Falls Collectables & Antiques
Cottonwood Falls Collectables is a mother-daughter vintage shop in beautiful, Downtown Cottonwood Falls. Our charmingly organized shop features unusual vintage collectables, antique furniture, salvage, artist made jewelry, Flint Hills photography, repurposed, and handmade items. All lovingly curated and created by Sandy and Sarah.
January-March: Friday & Saturday
April-December: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Flint Hills GalleryFlint Hills Gallery Contact: Judith Mackey
The artwork of Judith Mackey hangs in museums and permanent collections nationwide, including the Kansas Governor’s Mansion and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. Her honors are innumerable:”PrairyErth” Original Cover, first woman in American Royal Western Art Association, American Women Artists Master Member, Save America’s Treasures at the White House, Bill Kurtis’ Artist in Residence, a CBS Documentary, a New York Times Article, a lead story in nearly every major Kansas Newspaper, and many others.
Longbine Auto PlazaLongbine Auto Plaza
Located at 3012 West US Highway 50, Emporia, KS 66801
Prairie PastTimesPrairie PastTimes
In an effort to give people a hand-crafted item to remind them of the craftsmanship of the past, the artists and creators at Prairie PastTimes offer something to behold, touch, see, enjoy, hear, use, and wear. The members of Prairie PastTimes have a passion for the quality and process of making things with their hands. They can take a block of wood, a sheet of glass, a piece of cold steel, an old lump of clay, a single musical note, a scene on the prairie, a piece of thread, a piece of cloth, and turn it in to something you can love and treasure. The amount of energy, thought, work and skill honed over time that goes into each piece represents the artist’s love of life and their place, the Flint Hills. The process they follow is slow and meticulous, more reminiscent of past times. In our mass-produced world, you can buck the trends and take home a unique work of beauty, connected to a wonderful place and designed by a real person with a creative heart and skilled, caring hands.
Prairie Wheel Pottery and GalleryPrairie Wheel Pottery and Gallery Contact: Jolene Ratzlaff
Owned by artist Jolene Ratzlaff who has always admired artists and how they are able to create on canvas and paper and clay.
Finding inspiration in the history of the West and the pioneer life, including the prairie and western themes, Ratzlaff applies her passion to her paintings and pottery.
Prairie Wheel Pottery and Gallery, located at 409 N Oak directly west of the Historic Courthouse in Cottonwood Falls Kansas.
Reyer’s Country StoreReyer’s Country Store
Hours: Mon – Fri: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm, Sat: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Reyers has unique, western items including signs, candles, shoes, purses, etc. They also have a wide selection of animal feed/supplies and flowers/seeds and plant seeds. Wind & Willow box recipes also available.
Salty Cow MercantileSalty Cow Mercantile
Salty Cow Mercantile is a Western Apparel, Tack & Roping Supply Store. Offering a wide range of ropes, equine health products, tack, western apparel for the whole family, women’s fashions, purses & turquoise jewelry. Brock’s Boot & Saddle Repair is also located inside Salty Cow Mercantile, offering custom leather products, original artwork and his latest cowboy publications.
Symphony in the Flint Hills StoreSymphony in the Flint Hills Store
Hours: Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm
The Symphony in the Flint Hills Stores in located in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. It houses the headquarters for the Symphony of the Flint Hills as well. The store offers a wide verity of t-shirt, sweatshirt, hiking sticks, field journals, artwork, books, and gifts.
Tallgrass AntiquesTallgrass Antiques
The BankThe Bank
The old and since long (1933) closed Bank of Matfield Green, Kansas, enjoys a surprising new life, as “The Bank”.”
Not a location to deposit or withdraw money, but an inviting place where locals, travelers and visitors meet and where the coffee is always hot and fresh, where contemporary art is on display. Free Wi-Fi.
Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am – 5 pm.