Just north of the Filling Station Restaurant on Alpine Ave there used to be a remote toy shop called Twisted RC. As you drive north, you will notice a road sign that announces new ownership and that the building is now Pinky’s Place and will open to the public beginning this Friday, November 1, 2013. A grand opening is planned for November 15th, 2013.
Pinky’s Place is a unique Antique & Artisan Market located at 4790 Alpine Avenue NW in Comstock Park, and co-owned by longtime friends and marketing partners Deb Myszka and Julie Bresko. Together they have coordinated various vendor markets, annual 26-week Summer in the City events, festivals and a variety of activities for downtown Grand Rapids bringing over one-million visitors annually to their events. They are excited to now direct their creative talents and experience to Pinky’s Place, a premier West Michigan destination for vendors, patrons, and the Community.
Pinky’s Place will feature local artists and vendors displaying and selling their quality refurbished, recycled and distressed furniture & home decor, handmade crafts, art of all types, antiques, locally made farm products and a variety of other unique items. The marketplace will also hold activities including: Create-N-Take Classes, Kids Amazing Art Day, Sunday-Sundaes, as well as various events and activities throughout the year. Pinky’s Place will be open 6 days per week, Tuesday – Sunday, 362 days a year.
Pinky’s Palace (a non-profit organization named after local resident, Bert “Pinky” Anderson who suffers from 1 of 80 types of Dementia) will provide resources, awareness, community support, fundraisers, events and much more for those impacted by Dementia. Fundraising opportunities (supported 100% through charitable gifts) will help assist families in need of respite care relief, transportation, medications, supplies and other related expenses associated with those suffering this disease.
Welcome to Alpine Township!
To contact Deb or Julie please call 616-813-3867 or e-mail email@example.com
|4790 Alpine NW across from Alpine Church Street|
A pleasing display invites you in
|Co-owners Julie Bresko (left) and Deb Myszka|