Dejavu Antiques and Resale Shop of Clarksville, Arkansas
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DejaVu in Clarksville AR, Will Make you Wonder if You Have Been There Before
After making your way off of I-40, taking Rodgers street exit 58 you will head up, past McDonalds, toward Sherwood Plaza. You will turn right at the Taco Bell. If you have taken the Arkansas Heritage Trail of Tears, on Hwy 64, you will be turning Left onto Sherwood Plaza.
Once you turn onto Sherwood Plaza, you will see her sign on the end of the triplex of businesses on the right hand side. There is the Shugyo Massage, and a consignment shop adjoining Margaret's shop.
DejaVu of Clarksville Arkansas
DejaVu Antiques & resale. A place you can't help but think you may've been before, seen that wardrobe, French Menu, or Raggedy Ann book 479-647-63
AR State Park Family Aquatic Center. In Central Arkansas, it is a perfect time to stop here. $6 pp except Mon & Tue Nights $3 pp 479-754-5050
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Have you always wanted to do one thing in your life, but you were stopped by such things as trying to make a living the traditional way? Were you blocked from promotions, and no matter how hard you worked nothing became truly satisfactory?
Have you always used your gifts and talents to make others prosperous. Is it just a dream or DejaVu when you say "yes" to the universe, skills and talents?
All of her life Mrs. Yarbrough was a designer. Even as a young girl, she would drive her family crazy, because they might leave for a little while, and when they came back home, she would have rearranged whole rooms, and possibly the whole house.
Ms. Margaret has always been drawn to places and things that needed re-doing. She likes to take things apart, fix them up, and put them back together better than before. This is what she was born to do.
Over the years, she worked in other shops, and loved using her creativity and excitement for organizing, decorating and designing their stores. She worked for several other businesses over the years where she was able to understand how a business is run, and always gave 100% of her talent and skills to the job
During our interview, I asked her where she finds her items. She gets her pieces the most enjoyable way of all; she is a picker. Part of what makes her dream of having her own business so fun, is she gets to rummage around in old farms and estates, finding pieces that she will bring back to her shop.
It finally happened. The economy slowed down, and there was not very much work to be had in other retail establishments, especially small businesses. Several things fell into place, and in a frightening economy Margaret Yarbrough opened her own Antique and resale shop.
Margaret finally said yes to using her talents and skills to do what she always wanted to do, and make her dream come true. She promotes other small businesses and artists. She displays and sells jewelry and other pieces for others in the community.
(If you have an old barn, shed or house that you want someone who will treat the items with respect, and not be greedy, please contact Ms. Margaret Yarbrough 479-647-6342)
The result is a favorite antique and resale shop in Clarksville, Arkansas called Deja Vu.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Singing "Deja Vu" by Unreal993
If you are traveling through Arkansas in the summer
What to bring
What to wear
How long to leave a child or animal in the car
Liquids for you and critters
Many places prefer cash
Do Not Do it for a minute
bathing suits - rated G
PDQ stations will let you get cash back
A car w/open windows = 100+ degrees
shoes and sandals
ATM Machines charge a fee
Many AR businesses will get water for your pet
A Dream or Deja Vu?
Stand in Front of Deja Vu, Pick For Hours
When you visit Deja Vu, you may find yourself entranced by all of the items on display outside of her door, as well as what you can view from the front window and door.
Not afraid of hard work, Margaret Yarbrough has made DejaVu into a place you want to return to.
If you are travelling through Arkansas, please put DejaVu of Clarksville on your bucket list of places to stop. A word of warning. If you are on vacation, you will have to figure out how to get that Camphor Wardrobe, or Kitchen cupboard home with you. The prices are unbelievably reasonable.
Deja Vu's Mission Statement - Life is A Journey Enjoy It!
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Life is a Journey - Enjoy it at Dejavu of Clarksville, ARClick thumbnail to view full-size
Johnson Co 72nd Annual Peach Festival July 2015
- Johnson County Peach Festival
July 2015 215 W Main St,(Downtown near the Courthouse) Clarksville, AR 72830
DejaVu; Different Things to Different People
Back in the old days (1960s and 1970s), when I was growing up, I was heavily influenced by a band called Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. In the spring of 1970 the band released the Album by the name of Deja Vu.The song of the same title is 5+ minutes long, and interesting. This was the first time I realized when you sometimes have a feeling you may have dreamed something or been in a place or time before; it is called Deja Vu.
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