November is just around the corner, and Christmas decorations are beginning to fill the stores.
Bismarck thrift store Seeds of Hope will open their doors for it’s annual Christmas store at 5 p.m.
The bottom floor of the store is covered from top to bottom with trinkets, wreaths, lights and all the second-hand goodies you could want.
Everything is sorted by color and there’s even a retro section for those who come in searching for childhood memories.
Proceeds from the store will benefit the Abused Adult Resource Center for women and children who are the victims of domestic violence.
Seeds of Hope Assistant Manager Dorinda Eckroth adds, “Outdoor decorations, lights, nativities, collectibles. There’s always some hidden treasure in here. We put new stuff out just about everyday, so come on in.”
This year, the store was put together in memory of Myrt Armstrong. She was a dedicated volunteer and Armstrong actually founded the Christmas store Bismarck has become so fond of.