Handcrafted goods shop Scout 829 opens in Bothell’s Country Village
Scout 829, a new art and handcrafted goods shop, has opened at Country Village Shops in Bothell. The shop, owned by Jasmine Maki and Andrew Anderson, features artwork by local and national designers, as well as handcrafted home goods and accessories.
A grand opening event featuring live music and artist talks is scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. July 8.
Scout 829 is located in a red caboose and is open daily. Prices for the gift items range from $5 to $400.
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