Everything Must Go at Downtown Claremore Business

Waterfront Frame & Art (508 W. Will Rogers) is closing its doors. Linda and Dave McFall are hitting the road to travel the world and enjoy retirement after serving Claremore for 13 years. In order to cut down on moving and to get things ready for the next tenant, they are selling everything!

Of course, there is plenty of art available for purchase, as well as frames, matte board, and wall samples. It’s a crafter’s paradise! They’ve also got some large items like work tables and flat files, a light table, holiday decor, and more.

Waterfront will be open this week from 10a – 5p, Monday – Friday, and will be participating in Saturday’s Taste of Claremore before closing the doors forever. Swing by this week and make some deals!

Best of luck to the McFalls in their new adventure!

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