Spring fever event held at Frazzleberries


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  • Photo by Roger Gavan From left, Frazzleberries owner Mary Beth Schlichting and her daughter-in-law, Katie, with Stephanie Dawn handbags, the storeþÄôs newest þÄúmade in the USA,þÄù handbag line.



WARWICK — It was spring weather on Saturday, March 23 but more like winter the next day.

Nevertheless, Frazzleberries Gift Shop, 24 Main St., Warwick, enjoyed a good turnout for its weekend Spring Fever event.

Visitors to the shop were treated to gourmet tastings featuring Apple Grove Farms Buffalo Wing Sauces, Bumble-berry Butter, Dipping Oils and Lisa's Cookies.

And the first 50 customers went home with goodie bags.

It was also an opportunity for Frazzleberries to show off its new window treatment department and launch its collection of Stephanie Dawn handbags, the store's newest "made in the USA," handbag line. .

A portion of the proceeds from the event was donated to the Warwick Ecumenical Council's Food Pantry.


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