Courtney Collins is co-owner and the creative director of Little Junebugs, a new children’s boutique and crafting studio.
She says their goal is to “provide a place for children to take a break and unplug.” The means for accomplishing this is feeding their creative instincts and curiosity, one interesting and engaging craft project at a time.
Projects are new each week, and on weekends there is a guided crafting club (for ages 5 and up). Junebugs also holds musical and theaterical events; has author readings and signings; and they offer a slew of birthday party options.
Birthday girls and boys can choose their own theme and itinerary from seventeen different lines. There are fairies hunting for sparkling snails; a tea party in a make-believe garden; caterpillar capers involving clues and riddles with Inspector Insecta; and even creating butterfly wings in order to be the belle of the ball (and learn the butterfly waltz along the way).
27 S. El Molino Ave.