Comin’ Home hosts Pawhuska Red Hatters
The Pawhuska Red Hat Society held their second annual Christmas party at Comin’ Home Antiques and Collectibles last Tuesday. Queens for the Day were Debbie Shepherd, Carla Parker and Judy Walker.
Walker talked about how Comin’ Home owners Ray Anne Cocanower and Carrie Ann Watters bounced back from the July 2013 Benson Warehouse fire that destroyed their new business.
“Comin’ Home had only been open a few days before the fire struck,” said Walker. “Scott Roughton was in the process of renovating two buildings on East Main Street and invited the girls to set up shop where we are now.”
In renovating their current location, Walker highlighted some of the buildings unique features. The rustic tin panels lining the east wall were remnants of her late father’s (veterinarian Doc Ray Walker) clinic. The exposed brick on the west wall adds to the charm of the antique shop.
Her sister, Ray Anne, selected the name “Comin’ Home” from a song by the same name. She was, after all, moving back to Pawhuska after living in Fort Worth, Texas, for a number of years.
Comin’ Home is located at 129 E. Main and is open year-round Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and “by chance” on Sunday afternoons. In addition to a unique assortment of collectibles, Comin’ Home is the distributor for Canus all-natural goat milk body products and Okie Candles and Melts.
For more information, call 918-214-6287.