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Scranberry Coop has more than 170 dealers and thousands of antiques, vintage, & collectibles all housed within a 10,000 square foot yellow building right on Rt. 206 in Andover, NJ!
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Photo courtesy of wallpaper.wiki. Bunnies, eggs, and candy are common sights for Easter, but some of us at Scranberry Coop wondered why these secular symbols are even associated for what is known as a Christian holiday. So we did some research, and have found some explanations for the presence of bunnies, eggs, and candy in Easter. What's up with Easter Bunnies? (according to history.com)? The exact origins of this mythical mammal are unclear, but rabbits, known to be prolific procreators, are an ancient symbol of fertility and new life. According to some sources, the Easter bunny first arrived in America [...]
We had a fun night at the Scranberry Coop Shop Paint & Sip! Attendees painted with our Dixie Belle Paint-Chalk like mineral paint with a great selection of colors, finishes and glazes provided by Scranberry Coop! Feel free to leave a comment below to let us know about your experience with this Shop Paint & Sip! If you are interested in learning easy painting techniques, drinking your favorite beverages, listening to awesome music, meeting great people, & having an unforgettable night, check out our next Shop Paint & Sip Event! Next Paint & Sip Event
With Saint Patrick's Day around the corner, it is time to stack up on the green that you may have been missing during this (hopefully) passing winter! Whether the reason be religious, cultural, or festive, green is a great color to sport, & where else to check out but Scranberry Coop! Did You Know? 10 Facts about St. Patrick's Day (Courtesy of Wikipedia) The color green is associated with Catholics in Ireland, while orange is the colour associated with Protestant Christians. St Patrick is said to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity [...]