Church street is bustling with life after a long rest, thanks to Eva Baker and Norma Haegan. These two women-owned businesses are the newest addition to a much-needed boost in Brady's retail options due to many small business owners closing their doors in the recent past. It is comforting to see open signs returning to these once abandoned buildings.
Eva's store, The Bus Station Antiques, Boutiques, and Collectables, provides space for other local artisans and entrepreneurs to sell their goods. At The Bus Station, expect to see a wide variety of antiques, vintage items, works of art by local artists, and boutiques throughout one convenient shopping location.
Next door, discover the thoughtful way Norma Haegan, the owner of Olive-n-Marley's, displays her reclaimed treasures throughout the store. Norma's artistry in repurposing items will leave you inspired and wishing you could take everything home to redecorate your own space.
Let's extend a warm welcome to this creative group of women-It is no doubt that they will bring a refreshing vibe to the Historic Downtown Square of Brady.