MANISTIQUE – The Hippy Dippy Homestead recently held its grand opening, also welcoming a “First Dollar” from Schoolcraft Tourism and Commerce.
Above, Schoolcraft Tourism and Commerce Marketing Coordinator Alycia Kaiser, left, presents a “first dollar” to Hippy Dippy Homestead owner Jennifer Levins. The presentation was made during the store’s recent grand opening. At left, Levins is shown posing inside the store, which offers a variety of goods and services. Courtesy photos
According to the STC, the “quaint and quirky retail shop boasts a beautiful, eye-catching turquoise wall as soon as you walk in and specializes in various flavors of herbal tea, soup, locally-made honey, handmade jewelry, crystals, organic body care products, and so much more.”
The Hippy Dippy Homestead is owned by Jennifer Levins, who states that the store is meant to be a place of natural healing with a focus on sustainability. Visitors can book appointments for natural healing modalities and purchase handmade products produced on their family farm.
To learn more, check out The Hippy Dippy Homestead on Facebook or visit them at 317 Deer St. in Manistique.
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