/Penny's Place goes online 
Alexandra Harrison seen in this file photo with her daughter Penny is moving her consignment children’s clothing shop from its Bobcaygeon Road location to her home on Deep Bay Road. /CHAD INGRAM Staff

Penny's Place goes online 

By Chad Ingram

Penny’s Place the consignment shop dealing mostly in children’sclothing that opened on Minden’s main drag during the winter no longerhas a storefront along Bobcaygeon Road amid the COVID-19 pandemic butit is still in business.

“We are no longer on our beautiful mainstreet” owner Alexandra Harrison told the Times in an email. “We havemade the hard decision to move Penny’s Place home. We are located onDeep Bay Road outside Minden about a 10 minutes’ drive. We plan onhaving a storefront here in coming months. When we feel it is safe to do so we will open to the public.”
In the meantime customers cancheck on pennys.place.minden on Facebook or @pennysplace on Instagramand Harrison is doing doorstep drop-offs of clothing.

“I understandthe inconvenience” Harrison wrote. “As a mom of three I understand that I am taking the convenience of shopping local for affordable children’s clothes away. Because of this I am offering drop-offs right to yourdoor. One day a week you can expect drop-offs to Minden Haliburton andsurrounding areas. Busier weeks will be split into two delivery days. Ihope that everyone is finding their new normal incorporating balance and peace.”

Harrison can also be reached at 519-820-0552.