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Thursday, October 17, 2013

it's not just a craft store, it's a restaurant, too....Creative Differences

Creative Differences, a unique arts and crafts cafe that will offer many different types of creative options, opened recently at 111 N. Fairfield St.
“We're really excited,” said the shop's co-owner, Wanda Hill Sullivan. “This is going to be a very fun place to be.”
Equal parts craft center and intimate lunch cafe, the shop is owned by Sullivan, who resides in Ligonier, and her daughter, Jenny Goswick of Latrobe.
The women have shared a love of the arts for many years. Sullivan owned the Craft Loft in Ligonier years ago and said that her children grew up being in the shop with her.


Read more: http://triblive.com/neighborhoods/yourligonier/4415313-74/creative-sullivan-ligonier#ixzz2hypWBBGD 
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