DAYTON — A new business called “Sew Dayton” is scheduled to open Sept. 7 for at least an initial six-month period at 16 Brown St. in the Oregon District as part of the third phase of the Activated Spaces “Pop-Up Project” to fill downtown storefronts.
The business, owned by seamstresses Tracy McElfresh and Jesy Anderson, will offer fabric and patterns, custom party dresses, bags, and accessories, and will also offer sewing classes. Sew Dayton will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The store’s number is (937) 234-7938.
Two more Pop-Up Shops will be announced soon and will open this fall as part of the third phase of the project, according to a news release from Activated Spaces. STAFF REPORT
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