FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Do you offer classes?


We do not currently offer classes.




Are children allowed or encouraged?


We love having children visit! We think all children should be exposed to the arts and have many small items if they want to take a treasure home with them. For kids who are getting stir-crazy and making their parents nervous, we have a nice yard for the children to play in. We’ve also hidden ceramic faces in the trees so they can hunt for them and see how many they can find.




Do you have parking for RV’s and trailers?


Smaller RVs will have no problem in our parking lot. Larger RVs and 3rd-wheel trailers may find it tricky, or sometimes impossible if we are very busy.




Do you have a bathroom?


There is not a public restroom on site. We apologize for the inconvenience, but due to our proximity to the wetlands, we cannot be approved for a public-rated septic tank. There are public restrooms nearby at The Shops at Salishan (to the south on 101) and also at the Siletz Bay Wildlife Refuge (to the north on 101)—a two- or three-minute drive to either.




Are dogs allowed?


Yes…and no. Oregon is such a dog-friendly place! And we are dog lovers. Outside in the yard, leashed dogs are welcome. Please pick up after your pet. On occasion a small, well-behaved dog can come inside, on leash or in the arms, if we are not busy and it is not disruptive for other guests. You are responsible for any damages caused by your pet.




What forms of payment do you accept?


In-store, we accept Cash, Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover) and Apple Pay. Online, we accept the same Credit Cards and also PayPal.





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Located just one scenic half-mile off U.S. Highway 101, the tiny, century-old farmhouse is easily found as you travel on Immonen Road through a forest of spruce and hemlock.

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