We now have Online Shopping. Click on Online Shopping, and it will take you to our
Products Page. This is a partial listing of what all is available in our store.
If you would like a certain item in the store, but you can’t take it as you are
traveling, we can arrange to have it shipped for you. E-mail or call us for anything
you are looking for, and we’ll see if we can find it for you if we don’t have it.
A Gift To Remember is well known for it’s many crafter's and hand made items. We
carry a large selection of souvenirs, gifts, crafts and more
We have a large art gallery on our upper level featuring many Canadian Artists like
Bill Saunders, Doug Laird, James Lumbers, Tammy Laye, John Newby, Mary G. Smith and
many more. We also have Robert Duncan and Nancy Noel both of the U.S. We are authorized
dealers in Canada for Nancy Noel. If we don’t have the print you want, we can try
and get it for you.
Come in and see our new games and puzzle area. Up to 70% off selected items.
We are the biggest suppliers of
Lang and Pineridge Calendars
We carry the large wall calendars, vertical calendars,
pocket calendars, 2 year pocket calendars, magnetic
calendars, engagement planners, large monthly planners and perpetual calendars. If
we don’t have it, there is a good chance we can order it for you. These are all available
on our Online Shopping as well.
1395 King St. N., P.O. Box 617
St. Jacobs, Ontario N0B 2N0
Phone Number: (519) 664-1831
Fax Number: (519) 664-2845
Email us at: email@example.com
We also now have 29 of our own Postcards,all taken in St. Jacobs and the surrounding
area. So if you forgot your camera, we have the solution for you in our store. We
also sell stamps for Canada, the U.S., as well as International. If you would like
to mail your postcards, there is a post office across the street.
Here are a sample of our post cards
We are located in the Heart Of St. Jacobs
Waterloo Central Railway Our Heritage, Your Trip
Now you can get a ride on the Steam & Diesel hauled trains through the countryside.
From the Farmer s` Market and continues to the Village of St. Jacobs, across the
Conestogo River to Elmira and enjoy the Mennonite farms along the way in Woolwich
county.For more info go to waterloocentralrailway.com