An official ribbon cutting ceremony took place at Pinky’s Place at noon this Friday as friends, family, vendors and Township officials shared in this joyful event. The store enjoyed a soft opening a few weeks ago and according to owners Deb Myszka and Julie Bresko, business has been brisk.
Pinky’s Place is a unique Antique & Artisan Market located at 4790 Alpine Avenue NW in Comstock Park
Pinky’s Place features 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 store is fully stocked and has a waiting list for additional vendors.
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.
The store id named after Deb Myszka's mother Bert “Pinky” Anderson who suffers from Dementia. The owners have also set up a non-profit corporation Pinky’s Palace which 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.
|Deb Myszka, her mother Bert "Pinky" Anderson and Julie Bresko|
|Bert "Pinky" Anderson's daughter Beth Sproat|
|The Grand Opening was witnessed by an audience that included these International onlookers|
|The ribbon cutting ceremony|