Sit Tight in the Buggy

What with no basketball to watch this month as both the NBA and NCAA have canceled games, this waiting out the worst of the corona virus will take some resilience. But we can handle it! We at Canio’s are taking extra precautions, stepping up sanitizing at the shop, practicing social distancing, and teaching our photography & writing workshops on Zoom. While our in-house events are postponed for now, the lights are on, and we’re open for business, with reduced hours: 12-5, closed Wednesday.  We are also available other times by appointment. You are welcome to call or email in an order anytime!

We’ll get through this crisis as a caring community. We want to be sure you’re healthy and safe, and also well read. We’re offering FREE shipping/delivery and curbside pickup.  Please know we value your health and safety and your business.

We are looking into setting up virtual events via Zoom, YouTube & Facebook Live.  Stay tuned for details.

Many helpful healthful tips are provided in this article by Dr. James Hamblin writing in The Atlantic: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/03/coronavirus-what-you-can-do-help-slow-outbreak/607369/?utm_source=pocket-newtab

As a dear customer once advised us during another rocky time we had to endure: “sit tight in the buggy”  a local expression handed down from his mid-west ancestors accustomed to arduous rides over miles of rocky terrain in horse-drawn carriages. They must have been some strong people. And so are we!

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