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Grand Opening of Sayville’s Vintage Gallery

Debi Wickliffe, owner of The Catbird Seat in Sayville in her shop, with Elaine Faith Thompson’s painting of the Fire Island Lighthouse.

Debi Wickliffe, owner of The Catbird Seat in Sayville in her shop, with Elaine Faith Thompson’s painting of the Fire Island Lighthouse.

“The Catbird Seat – Art Gallery and Vintage Shoppe” will have it’s ribbon cutting on Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 10:00 am at 18 Main Street, Sayville, N.Y. 11782. The celebration will continue all day until 9:00 pm. There will be also be live music and refreshments. It is just in time for Sayville’s Summerfest, which starts the next day. In the past Sayville has received the designation as the “Friendliest Town in America” – it is a destination.
This shop is filling the vacant, empty store in the middle of Sayville Long Island, on Main Street, that was formally occupied by the “Irish Crossroads”. Gallery owner Debi Wickliffe, recently moved the store from the East end of town, to be in the heart of the community. She even puts out bowls of water on the sidewalk, for doggies that stroll by. Before or after lunch and dinner at one of downtown’s restaurants, shoppers can browse the wonderful store. The Catbird Seat is a shop filled with Long Island art. We encourage the community to buy local art, support our artists, and take home your very own piece of Long Island. In addition to original paintings and prints, the gallery has one-of-a-kind, custom hand-painted furniture that has been repurposed and upcycled. Furniture can also be painted to your specifications. Hand-crafted artisan products include jewelry, carved pens, mosaics, crafts, home decor, local note cards, gifts, accessories and apparel. It has an amazing network of local artists.
For your fun and enjoyment you can create your own art. You don’t have to be an artist. The Catbird Seat offers art classes on painting (acrylic, watercolor, mixed media, chalk paint), mosaics, jewelry making, seasonal crafts and more.
For more information please call (631) 987-4213.

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