The Village Store is being renovated now and is planned to re-open in
spring/summer 2011.

You can read about the plans for the store on the blog of owners Steve and Sonya Grasse of
Philadelphia and Tamworth. It will be called The Tamworth Lyceum, and will include a lecture space, art studio, and retail store
offering rustic dry goods, light grocery, packaged beer & wine, and a
seasonal beverage service.

For sale at the general store:
Coffee (organic, locally roasted, custom blends)
Looseleaf tea (organic, custom blends)
Seasonal beverages (cider, lemonade, switchel)
Pastry (daily feature)
Penny Candy counter
Packaged Beer & Wine
Reading selections: agriculture, philosophy, literature, art,
traditional crafts, history

There will be a print shop/design studio, on the main floor to the right:
Graphic design, screenprinting and letterpress will be presented here.
Artist books, limited edition totes/tees, broadsides, event posters,
product packaging, and newsletters will be printed in-house.

Tamworth contractor Tom Curtin and his Southern Slope Builders, known for their green designs, are hard at work now renovating and building a large cantilevered deck in back.

Tamworth Lyceum is on TUMBLR and FACEBOOK
@tamworthlyceum on TWITTER

Tamworth Lyceum

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  • March 24, 2011 at 11:58 am
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    Jay, I’m so glad you included the Tamworth Lyceum on the library web site.the site is so interesting , and I’m really looking forward to the opening and everything it will have to off

    thanks, Ann Mcgarity

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