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New Face on Former Newnan Bazaar

Those strolling down Greenville Street might have noticed a storefront transition that recently took place. At the one-time Wildwood Trader building, which moved earlier in 2022 to the Eastgate Shopping Center, Newnan Bazaar opened. One of the vendors in Newnan Bazaar recently took over the entire store.  

Little Southern Home Candle Co. was located in the Newnan Bazaar (formerly known as Wildwood Trader), since they opened in 2021. Cari Musgrave took over the store at 15 Greenville Street S, Newnan, and renamed it Little Southern Home Marketplace Inc. “Our store’s goal is to promote local crafters and offer a venue for local small businesses to operate at a fraction of the amount that it would cost to have a whole retail store to themselves,” Cari shared.

“We have over 30 individual shops under one roof, offering boutique fashions, hand-crafted jewelry, children’s boutique, skin care, hand-painted Bibles, specialty tumblers, glass art, specialty hand-crafted wooden signs, home décor, and on and on. I will also be joining the local creatives by making and selling my own LSH Candle Co. candles in the store,” Cari saidCari encourages everyone to come take a look for themselves. Their store hours are Sunday 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday 10 – 4, Friday and Saturday 10 – 6. You can also visit their Facebook at  www.Facebook.com/littlesouthernhomemarketplace or see them on Instagram now @lshmarketplace. A Grand Opening Celebration is scheduled for February 11.

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Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.