Golden Grace Boutique moves to expanded shop
Kathleen Reinert’s Golden Grace Boutique has moved across the street to larger quarters. The shop now occupies the elegant 19th century building at 175 E. Main St. in Batavia’s historic downtown district.
Barrels & Boards has moved into the former Golden Grace spot at 210 E. Main St.
The Clermont Chamber of Commerce performed a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Golden Grace on Friday, April 16, and the boutique followed with a grand opening on Saturday.
Golden Grace Boutique offers clothing sizes small to 3X, fashion jewelry, accessories, gift items, and home decor.
Golden Grace has leased the building at 175 Main from Adam and Courtney Huber of Courtney Home Management, LLC. The Hubers recently bought the building and the one next door at auction from Clermont County, which had used them for offices, and are renovating the buildings as modern business spaces, while keeping the mode and appearance of the original structures from the 1800s.
Golden Grace has a website at www.goldengraceboutique.com
Clermont County Commission President Claire Corcoran presents a proclamation to Kathleen Reinert at the April 17 dedication of the new Golden Grace Boutique. On left in photo are Commissioners David Painter and Bonnie Batchler.