Pictured above – Raniece, Maya Dalton, Tiege Dalton, Amy New, Luke Eldridge, Wayne Nabors, Abraham Viar, Gary Lee, Sawyer Johnson, Travis Flatt, Lewis Matheney, Ryan Griffeth, Terri Ritter, Jarvis Matheney, Tyler Gallagher, Cat Greene, Ryan Heath, Savannah Bell, Coral Jones, Jimmy Davis, Alejandra Cisneros Conohan, Palmer Wheaton, Laurin Wheaton, Lauren Grimes, David Uhrik, Lisa Uhrik, Karlyn Reel, Diego Alvarez, Randy Porter, April Maynard and Lynn Scuderi

Fully integrated retail, hospitality and entertainment experience.

Cookeville – Harper’s Rare Books and Collectibles (HRBC) recently celebrated its grand reopening, along with the grand opening of Harper’s Soundstage and Et Cetera.

“The integrated venue features used and rare books, antiques, vintage vinyl records, clothing, a live music venue and an art gallery-all under one roof,” said the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce (Chamber). “Stop by today to check them out.”

Harpers is located on Cookeville’s WestSide at 41 W Broad St. It’s a fully integrated retail, hospitality and entertainment experience. HRBC says it will “fully open” in a “week or two.” They will then have daily hours.

For more information call (931) 651-2013, visit HERE or hang out on social media on Facebook.

Photo courtesy of the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.

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