Shoppe On Main is a gallery store featuring exceptional collections of original works of art, as well as limited edition pieces by local artists, oil and water color paintings, jewelry, chocolates, pottery, glassware, wood pieces from bowls to furniture and exquisite gifts.
Shoppe On Main is conveniently located in Western New York on State Route 78, 12 miles north of Lockport, 25 miles east of Niagara Falls. We are a stone's throw from the Lake Ontario shoreline, and are right in the midst of the Niagara Wine Trail and many WNY antique shops. With orchards and farms surrounding our Main Street, Shoppe On Main showcases all of this area's highlights.
Shoppe On Main is a Main Street store front allowing area artists to showcase their work. We feature work by well known artist Geoffrey Harding; woodworking artist Joe Stuart; pencil drawing artist, Nori Bucci, watercolor artist Sue Liddell and contemporary photographers, Ed Goodnight and Sally Johnson.
We pride ourselves on having a wide variety of carefully selected art.
When you enter Shoppe On Main's 1900s store front, it will take you back to a time when handmade meant excellence. Browse through 2000 square feet of quality art and American made products.
To complete our business block Scotchies Ice Cream & Coffee has opened two doors down from Shoppe On Main, serving regular, decaf, cafe mocha and flavored coffee along with a variety teas, hot chocolates and Perry's Ice Cream. You can get your cookies, scones and other fresh baked goodies from Three Sisters Bakery, a bakery right next door to our shoppe back door.
We welcome Eric Koch and Red House Music to our end of Main Street. Eric has been teaching guitar, piano,bass and drum for over 30 years. His shop carries guitar and drum supplies. Stop by and see the newly designed Red House Music Store, right next to Shoppe On Main.
Shoppe On Main is a destination for everyone, whether looking for that special gift or a unique piece of art for your home. Shoppe On Main is truly a Unique Presence In Newfane.
Shoppe On Main is one of the original members of the art trail, known as "78 To The Lake". This trail takes you as far north as Olcott Beach and south to Lockport's historic Erie Canal District. Along the way you will be directed to a collection of art studios & shops, wineries, places to eat and an orchard with some of Niagara County's best You-Pick Fruit. Stop by our shop to pick up your trail map.
You can make "78 To The Lake" art trail a weekend destination by combining it with wine tasting from our local Niagara County wineries, visit their web site at www.NiagaraWineTrail.org. Book a night at the new Brookins Inn, located within walking distance from Shoppe On Main. Here you will be pampered in the ambiance of the rich history of Niagara County. Visit their web site at www.BrookinsInn.com.
REGULAR STORE HOURS:
Friday & Sat. 10am -4pm
Events and classes at Shoppe On Main:
Local authors, David Brown and Janet Pfaff will be holding a book signing at the Shoppe from 1-3pm the day of Newfane's August Festival, Saturday, August 16. David's newest book, "Who Is Alpha?" incorporates characters from his first novel, "The Elusive Chauffeur". Set here in WNY, the reader will delight in recognizing familiar towns and places. Janet Pfaff's book, "Unfinished Rhapsody: The Other Side Of Fame", is a poignant recount of a daughter, struggling with fame and all that comes with it, and the end to a beautiful, promising life.
Crocheting classes at Shoppe On Main are held every Thursday. Students classes start at 3:30pm and adults at 4:30pm. Beginners and advanced learners welcome. $5 per class. For more information call Lisa at 751-6723.
Our Book & Wine Club continues to meet at 7pm every 2nd Wednesday of the month at the shop. Go to our Newfane Free Library where you can pick up the book we are reading for the month. All are welcome!
If you would like to be placed on our e-mail customer list, please go to our contact page and request "place on mailing list."
To view more of our artists' work, please visit our FaceBook page.
Map to Shoppe on Main