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Delivery: Really?

We deliver. Oh, yes, we do.

And you can order safely and securely from your computer or mobile device for local pickup / delivery.

In Canyon, TX: We'll deliver to your business (work) location during business hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

That's right: 

  • Get your order to us by noon Monday for Tuesday delivery and we'll get it to you by 5:00 pm. 
  • Get your order to us by noon Wednesday for Thursday delivery and we'll get it to you by 5:00 pm Thursday.

And another thing... Orders can be picked up on the courthouse square in Canyon: Every Saturday morning between 9:00 am and 11:00 am, you can pick up orders on the south side of the courthouse square. Yep, we'll be there but please get your orders to us by midnight Thursday for Saturday pickup.

How to Order


Order for pickup here on our website: OrderOr, click the "Product" tab just under the cover photo at the top of our Facebook page. Either way it all goes to the same secure system. Your choice.

Be sure to let us know in the "instructions" area of the checkout where you want us to deliver in Canyon or if you'll pick up on the square Saturday!


Caveat: Event Saturday December 12th


There will be no pickup at the courthouse square on Saturday, December 12th. On that day you'll find us (and pick up orders) at the Cole Community Center in Canyon from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm for the 4th annual Flea to Fab Market and Craft Show. There are over 44 vendors setting up for this shindig and it will be a good one.

Here's the Facebook event invite and information: 
Flea to Fab Market and Craft Show

Ya'll come see us now, hear?

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