While strolling through downtown Elizabethton, make sure to venture into the Eagle Center Co-op, the city’s market for all things local and artisan. Inside the co-op, you can browse the diverse selection of vendors who offer items ranging from vintage to modern. Eagle Center Co-op sells antiques, collectibles, paintings, mosaics, and much more. They have a selection of vendors at the co-op who offer something for everyone. The purpose of Eagle Center Co-op is to provide a friendly environment for collectors and artists with the hope to be a vital addition to downtown Elizabethton and to promote shopping local. The co-op vendors include knowledgeable antique dealers and talented artists who have collected and sold for years.
For the Christmas season, the store has utilized the floor space to create a magical Christmas Village which features collections from all of their vendors. The little winter wonderland has new and vintage holiday items alike including hand-painted and hand-made items such as Christmas ornaments, Christmas houses, windowpanes, antiques, trinkets, and so much more. They also have collectible items such as hand-painted Santa’s, glass fused ornaments, vintage red trucks, hand-made and hand-painted dishes, and many other decorative items. Their items are contributed from local artists who work from around the region and each item is an original piece. If you happen to want a customized item, Eagle Center Co-op offers these too by commission, so you can describe what you want, and they will bring your item to life. Inside their shop, they truly do have anything you desire, going far beyond just Christmas decor, so make sure you step inside for yourself to experience the magic that is Eagle Center Co-op.
Eagle Center Co-op is located at 507 E Elk Avenue in the heart of downtown Elizabethton. You can reach the business by phone at 423-542-6674. They are open Monday-Saturday from 10-5 PM. They are also open for all of the late evening events downtown, including Evenings on Elk, which will take place again the second Friday in December.
Venture into Eagle Center Co-op today; you may find your next greatest treasure in their vast array of antiques and collectibles!