Photos: Business is blooming

Small Victories owner Isa Wang works on a mural painting on the store walls last Thursday afternoon ahead of the retail shop’s grand opening on this coming Friday inside Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, along with pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns.

Small Victories owner Isa Wang works on a mural painting on the store walls last Thursday afternoon ahead of the retail shop’s grand opening on this coming Friday inside Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, along with pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

The Small Victories retail shop will host its grand opening on Friday, March 29, on the first floor of Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, and pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns.

The Small Victories retail shop will host its grand opening on Friday, March 29, on the first floor of Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, and pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Small Victories owner Isa Wang works on a mural painting on the store walls Thursday afternoon ahead of the retail shop’s grand opening on Friday, March 29, inside Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, and pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns.

Small Victories owner Isa Wang works on a mural painting on the store walls Thursday afternoon ahead of the retail shop’s grand opening on Friday, March 29, inside Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. The shop will offer a variety of handmade wares from greeting cards that can be planted to grow herbs or wildflowers, and pins for easy identification of a person’s pronouns. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Published: 03-25-2024 4:02 PM

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