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April 24, 2015
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Memorial Day is a little over a month away, and our floral designers are whipping out memorial arrangements just as fast as they can to keep up with our customers. They are also kept busy filling our large selection of floral bushes (psst….they’re 50% off everyday). If you’re interested in adorning the resting places of

March 16, 2015
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We’re a little late getting to this, but…Happy Quilting Month! We at Wavering’s Ben Franklin love any reason to celebrate fabric and the art of quilting, especially a whole month dedicated to it. We relish the interaction that quilters bring to our stores—picking out fabrics, tales or challenging patterns, and our favorite being show and

March 6, 2015
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With the weather starting to warm up­, albeit slowly, we all anticipate the arrival of spring. For our stores, that means the unveiling of our spring/summer themes. This year’s themes include Antique Chic, Lavender Blooms, Potting Shed, and Back Porch. Antique Chic is a romantic feminine theme that has a lightness and airiness to it.

As March rolls in that means our Spring Open House is just around the corner—March 14 to be exact. We invite you to come in and see all our new spring merchandise and enjoy some fantastic deals throughout the day. Perhaps the most exciting draw for this day is 50% OFF the white ticket price

March 4, 2015
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Below is our March television commercial featuring our new Spring Themes for 2015! However, it only shows a taste of what our stores are offering for spring so you’ll have to grab your family and friends and come on in to check out all that we have to spruce up your home this season. You’ll

October 15, 2014
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Peculiar things are happening around our stores — employees acting bizarre, customers oohing and ahh-ing, and children trembling. What could be the cause of all this foolishness? Halloween, of course! It is this time of year that brings out either the excitement or repulsiveness in people, even the workers. For the most part, though, we