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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A Topeka shop known for vintage items, out of the ordinary gifts and home decorations is closing its doors after 34 years.
J.E.Dickerson's announced Wednesday on their Facebook page that they will be open through this Saturday (January 18th).
Owner Kris says closing shop gives her a chance to find something new to do.
J.E. Dickerson's will likely revive barn sales in Dover, KS and will keep their booth in Two Days Monthly Market in NOTO.
The store will reopen to hold a big sale beginning January 25th.
Sale items will be 25% off for the first week and increase each week.
The final week, (February 15th through 22nd) items will be marked down according to what they have left.
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