Current owners Joel Marcus and Judy Swartz Marcus received the Sauk County Historical Society's Historic Preservation Award in 2002 for restoring the building's facade to its 1920s vintage splendor and earning the building a Sauk County Historical Site designation. While the ambiance evokes a warm sense of nostalgia, the merchandise reflects the latest in contemporary trends.
You will find a large selection of Woolrich and other brand name clothing for men and women and specialty departments featuring gifts, toys, cards and housewares. Tucked into its own alcove at the back of the store is a complete yarn shop featuring natural fibers, books (including those by owner Judith L. Swartz) and knitting and crochet accessories. Displays and merchandise constantly change, reflecting the seasons and holidays. Nina's is a perennial favorite with tourists visiting the Spring Green area.
143 East Jefferson Street Spring Green, WI 53588
Although mining has left, it has paved the way for a wide variety of other industries which, along with agriculture and tourism, create a successful economic blend. Dodgeville, which has a population of 4,220, is home to several internationally recognized companies. Lands’ End, direct merchants of clothing, linens, and luggage, moved to Dodgeville in 1978 and has since reached sales in excess of $1 billion.Read More
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Green County is lush with its green forests, rolling hills and small streams that call the tourist to the rural country area. Come to bicycle, shop for antiques, amble through museums, canoe, picnic in our parks, hike our trails and just get away from your hectic lifestyle.Read More
Most of us have heard of the now famous ‘Cows on Parade’ art exhibit in Chicago where in 1999 hundreds of cows were painted, posed and all gussied up for the city by Chicago artists. Spring Green’s Albany Courtyard has her very own colorful "Cow on Parade".Read More