WHAT: Pik-Itz Arts & Antiques is moving to a brand-new facility at 1930 State Road 87 S in Navarre. The new 3,000-square-foot pole barn building will have retail space and room for art classes. The store originally opened in 2016 across the road. Owner Terry Light said she created Pik-Itz to be the "go-to place to shop for furniture and home decor" with a range of antiques and refurbished vintage furniture. Instead of vendor booths, the store will be arranged by items. "It will be designed for shoppers," said Light. "It will be arranged like IKEA where you see a designed kitchen and you can pick items. If someone is looking for an antique tool, they can go to the tool shed area." Art classes will be available for adults and children.

COST: Approximately $500,000 for land purchase and construction costs.

INFO: Light said Pik-Itz should open in the fall. Until then, art classes are still being held out of Light's home. To get updates on the Pik-Itz opening dates or art classes, call 830-3905.

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