37 S Main St, Janesville, WI 53545
Angie’s On Main is the perfect corner store consignment on Court and Main. With two stories packed full of antiques, oddities, collectibles, furniture, home décor, books, and one-of-a-kind articles of clothing, you don’t know what to expect when walking through their doors. If you are seeking a cool place to browse after enjoying Courthouse Park this weekend, make your way to Angie’s On Main before strolling down to enjoy the view of the Rock River.
31 S main St #1, Janesville, WI 53545
Next door neighbor to Angie’s On Main is Carousel Consignments. Carousel Consignments specializes in antiques, collectibles, and houseware. Whether you seek decorations, knick-knacks, or even musical instruments, Carousel Consignments has a vast array of items to peruse. If you are looking for a place to start your thrift store extravaganza this weekend, the intersection of Court and Main couldn’t be better. Begin your day here before heading Southwest on Court street over the river and heading to Home Again LLC.
215 W Milwaukee St, Janesville, WI 53548
While having slightly limited hours compared to Angie’s and Carousel, you will want to make sure you keep a close eye on the time to be able to pull up to Home Again LLC while they’re open for business. Celebrating their seventeenth anniversary, receive seventeen percent off any and all purchases while additionally walking away with a free Bucky book on all purchases exceeding one hundred dollars! Home Again LLC is participating in the West Milwaukee Street construction giveaway allowing enterers the chance to win a fifty-dollar gift card that is redeemable at twenty participating West Milwaukee Street companies! To learn more about this situation, head over to Milwaukee Street Strong-Downtown Janesville to keep the doors of these local businesses open.
1141 Black Bridge Rd, Janesville, WI 53545
Gifts Thrift Store works to aid Gifts Shelter to provide food, shelter, and rehabilitation services to the homeless men in Rock County, Wisconsin. To receive help, men must complete an interview. Interviews are conducted openly Monday through Thursday from one to three in the afternoon. If a gentleman would like to transfer into the Life Recovery House, a few steps are required. After five months of living in the Life Shelter and proving to the staff they can be trusted, individuals are allowed to start the application process. In order to be allowed in, the individual must commit to a minimum of six months, have worked their way to being a Senior Guest Supervisor with no issues for at least two months, be able to articulate their three-, six-, and twelve-month goals, agree to uphold all expectations set forth by Life Recovery House, and receive the approval of the A-team Member, Men’s Ministry Manager, as well as all current Life Recovery House residents.
2043 Humes Rd, Janesville, WI 53545
Just Northwest of the US-26 and US-14 interchange lies the humble Agrace thrift store. Agrace thrift store has three other locations scattered about south central Wisconsin. Stocked full of furniture, home décor, houseware, collectibles, books, gifts, and even clothing, you are sure to find unique items at a reasonable price. By donating, shopping, and volunteering at Agrace, you are giving to a nonprofit community charity providing health care services to those in need living in southern Wisconsin. The sales and profits from Agrace fund the store’s goal to give humane hospice care and grief support to individuals in need.