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Business INC. 10-18
A business well worth your thyme
Treasures on Main Street owner Angela Brown, right, and Knot Enough Thyme proprietor Connie Tjarks have combined forces on the Square downtown Smithville for a unique shopping experience.
Knot Enough Thyme and Treasures on Main – 109 W Main Street – www.knotenoughthyme.comI wandered into this business on a mission … to deliver the clues for this week’s pumpkin contest at the behest of Angie. Before I left I knew I had to include it in this week’s Business Inc. column as it was right up my alley.From local honey, coffee, dips and spreads, herbal blends and unique gifts and treasures, if you can’t find a unique gift for yourself or someone else here, it can’t be found.“Our goal is to provide a diversified and unique gift-buying experience you can’t find elsewhere,” said Angela Brown, owner of Treasures on Main.Brown decided to follow a lifetime dream after many years in the restaurant business to open a shop filled with unique gifts and treasures. Connie Tjarks started Knot Enough Thyme in a farm house on a kitchen table combining her passion of cooking with herbal blends that are naturally grown and certified organic.Brown and Tjarks found their skills complimentary and partnered with a shop in downtown Smithville.Just entering the business is a pleasure as the combination aroma of candles, essential oils, soaps and so much more creates a potpourri of enjoyment.Both agree downtown Smithville is the place to be and are hoping for even more businesses to join them offering even more attractions on the square for those visiting DeKalb County and walking the square.You can even find furniture from slightly used to antique.