Visitors to Country Comes to Town are in for a sweet treat at Rhubarb Boutique, where the theme of honey takes centre stage.
A window display will incorporate a bee hive, protective clothing, beekeeping equipment and bee-related products while Dromore Beekeeping Association will have a stand outside the shop.
James Graham, proprietor of Rhubarb Boutique, points out that bees play a vital role in nature and their importance is largely overlooked. He invited the Dromore Beekeeping Association to get involved in this year’s festival and their educational team helped with the window display.
Outside the shop, Lorna ? will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate the role of bees in nature as well as the health benefits that they provide.
Nicola will be doing cute bee-themed face painting for children who can also join in the fun by finding the Queen Bee in store at Rhubarb for the chance to win a prize.
Meanwhile, the boutique will also be showcasing some of the best in fashion at 12 noon when manager Pamela Forrest will be explaining how to transform your outfit with accessories.
There will also be free samples of apple juice from Helen Trouton’s Armagh Cider Company and some bottles will be available to buy.
Rhubarb are offering an even greater range of international brands this season and continue to be one of the biggest independent boutiques in Co Armagh.
With new labels like Mos Mosh jeans, Lerros (Germany) and Pour Moi (Italy) customers will be spoilt for choice while the popular favourites of Whitestuff, Esprit and French Connection bring fashionistas back time after time.
Professional sales staff will also be on hand to advise on the latest trends.