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New Business – Stuff and Things

| Canyon Country Magazine | October 7, 2018

If it’s been awhile since you had a package to mail, you may not have noticed the changes in the Canyon Country Post Office shopping center.

Most of the businesses remain the same, and they’ve always included a wide-ranging assortment of industries – Mom Can Cook, Santa Clarita Valley Pawn Brokers, Molly Maid, Caramba Sports Bar, Santa Clarita Center for Spiritual Living, and others.

The newest business on the block is fitting in nicely with its neighbors, bringing the same eclectic spirit to its showroom floor. Stuff & Things is a new “bargain boutique” in the space where Vintage Watch and Clock Repair used to be. A father-daughter team took over the space about six months ago when they simply brought their eight-year-old eBay business to a brick-and-mortar location.

It’s fitting that the store is situated in the space that was once occupied by Vintage Watch & Clock Repair, because the walls of Stuff & Things include displays of clocks sitting beside artwork, tapestries, mirrors and other items.

Known for its “bargain prices,” there are some vintage, pre-owned goods, but much of the merchandise is new.
There is a non-stop flood of customers driving into the parking lot, and those who like to hunt for treasures make a point to stop in. The store also gets a lot of “regulars” checking in for specific items, where new merchandise hits the floor at least every week.

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There are antiques, furniture, trinkets and gifts, new kitchenware, jewelry, bikes, and a surprise hit – musical instruments. They don’t accept donations and it’s not a thrift store.

Stuff & Things is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. On Saturdays there is usually a “sidewalk sale” with specials.

The store is located at 18364 ½ Soledad Canyon Road. You can reach Stuff & Things by calling 661-450-7581 or reach the shop through social media – Facebook and Instagram: @stuffandthings661.

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About Martha Michael

A professional writer for decades and the editor of multiple products from Valley Publications, Martha is in a constant search for new challenges. While maintaining her editing post for more than eight years, she also opened an antiques business and authored her first book, “Canyon Country,” by Arcadia Publishing. Martha manages two blogs—one for business and one that is more personal—and works to market and perfect her craft in every arena. Lack of energy is never a problem, and Martha is daily generating ideas, taking photos and talking to members of the community. She believes strongly that “everybody has a story.”

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