Time revealed treasures on Ellsworth couple's life pathScott and Sheryel Reeverts of Ellsworth will hold a grand opening at their Hidden Oak Antiques and Collectibles in the Town of El Paso Thursday-Sunday, May 17-20.
By: Bill Kirk, Pierce County Herald
Just like what the future held for Scott and Sheryel Reeverts of Ellsworth, what they want to share with the public is hidden.
But finding their Hidden Oak Antiques and Collectibles could be as rewarding for people as the Reeverts’ journey leading to its creation. The Town of El Paso business got underway with a four-day-per-month opening last fall.
“We wanted to see who would come,” Scott Reeverts said about the abbreviated schedule Wednesday, since discovering many of their patrons are from outside this vicinity, including as distant as Eau Claire and Rochester, Minn. He held up a copy of “The Old Times,” a Sauk Centre, Minn.-based publication, to further identify their clientele.
As they head into their first full tourism season and a grand opening Thursday-Sunday, May 17-20, the couple cites 30 years of collecting experience on her part as being behind the treasures packed into their 60-by-80-foot headquarters building, constructed to resemble a Bavarian shop.
Read more in the print version of the Herald May 9.