The annual Rising Tide Dock sale has begun!
We have a soft opening happening today 11am to 5pm, and then we should be open 10am to 5pm Monday thru Friday, barring any extreme bad weather. We shall continue to do so until it becomes too cold to keep our garage door open in October.
Come one, come all!
Find us at 221 Pine St (aka The Arts and Industry Building) in Florence, MA!
Lots of sales and great deals!
Heavy and light items and styles for all people from children to mature!
And don’t forget to check back monthly for our color of the month sale!
Rising Tide Summer Dock Sale!
We’ve got everyone from head bands to hand bags, scarves to shirts, ponchos to purses, beach covers, hats, gloves and more! Check out our One-offs, overstock, and clearance deals! Winter and spring styles available!
We have quite a selection out there, and our inventory is always changing! And each month we have a special Color of the Month, which makes anything that color 50% off the sticker price!
So, if you are in or around the Northampton, MA area, come check out our super deals! We are located at The Arts and Industry Building, 221 Pine St, Florence, MA.
Open Monday-Friday 9:30am to 5pm
All summer long! (Excluding holidays) and into the fall until it is too cold to keep our garage door open.
Hope to see you there!
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Question(s) of the Week: What did you think of the balance between plotlines?
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Question(s) of the Week: What is a fitting punishment for Wakefield? How you would you react to his return?
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