Vickery Village holding grand opening event
SUAMICO – A grand opening event is coming to Vickey Village to showcase what the area has to offer.
Located on Riverside Drive in Suamico, Vickery Village has seen postive changes recently.
New businesses have opened, existing business are thriving and new buildings have gone up.
The area will hold a grand opening event the week of Feb. 19-24 with an evening event on Thursday, Feb. 22.
A large prize package worth more than $1,500 will be awarded to one lucky attendee who will be announced on Feb. 27.
The area has a history with the Suamico lumber and fishing industry.
Until recently, the area has remained status quo for the past 20 years.
But residents and businesses alike are excited about the new life breathed into the one-of-a-kind area.
Village Mane Salon occupies the Weed Mill Inn and has expanded to add two more stylists.
It houses six stylists, all with many years of experience.
Village Mane also offers many varieties of hair care products and enjoys hosting bridal parties for that special day.
It is open Monday through Saturday year-round.
The welcoming, unique atmosphere is like no other salon in the Green Bay area.
Paramount Performance Physical Therapy and Performance Training is new to the area and resides in the Old Town Hall.
Paramount operates as a direct access therapy clinic which means people don’t need a referral.
“We want to be the go to source for people when it comes to overuse injuries, aches or pains or whatever. If we can’t help you, we’ll point you in the direction you should go,” said Dr. Bryan Schwebke, founder.
Paramount also offer movement training which helps clients either get in better shape and athletes meet their goals.
Lea’s Boutique and Wildlife Classics has been a Vickery Village shop for the past 20 years.
The boutique was added a few years ago and features unique clothing, hats and accessories.
Lea’s also offers gift items, Packers memorabilia, limited edition art prints and custom framing.
Lea’s Boutique and Wildlife Classics is located in the Depot building.
Willow Clothing Company recently opened right next door to Spork.
This new shop has been busy since the day the doors opened selling out of items the day they go on the racks.
Willow is geared toward comfortable, casual and affordable women’s clothing that can be worn every day.
People will find unique tops, soft leggings, comfortable jeans, locally made jewelry and other accessories.
New items are added weekly.
Willow Clothing Company is quickly becoming a destination spot.
Design a la mode has been in the Vickery Village area since 2006.
It has recently expanded and moved for the third time.
Design a la mode now resides in the newest building to the area and houses Grey Dog Textile Co. (a sister company) inside. Interior design services are offered for projects of all sizes.
Custom furniture, window treatments and blinds, rugs, lighting, artwork and accessories can all be found in abundance at the newly expanded store.
Gift items, jewelry and gift certificates are also available.
A bridal registry is also new to design a la mode’s offerings.
Tile and Stone Gallery will be the newest addition to the area.
With a planned opening in February, they will participate in the Grand Opening event and anxiously awaits the residents of the area.
For Tile and Stone Gallery, this is a second location in addition to their De Pere store.
It is the area’s only flooring design center specializing solely in hard surfaces.
Whether someone is looking for the high-end “wow” factor, or everyday durability, Tile and Stone Gallery’s team will source the right product for people’s needs and budget.
It is a full-service store offering design, extensive product options and highly detailed installation service.
Tile and Stone Gallery is located in the new building at the corner of Riverside and Side street, next to design a la mode.
Additional businesses in the historic area consist of Ashtanga Yoga Green Bay, Spork, Riverside Engineering, Chives Restaurant, Fourway Bar and Grill and Suamico Garage.
The variety of professional, service, retail and food options make this a one stop, extraordinary community unlike any other. A bicycle/walking path will also be added this spring.
Check out the Vickery Village Facebook page at “Vickery Village Shops & Dining” for information on events and the area.
Also visit the Facebook pages of the businesses mentioned in this article for more information.