Opening in the old Cleveland’s building on the Centreville Town Square will be a store called Once Again, which will feature vintage collectibles and once used items. There you will be able to find decor, furniture, kitchenware, knickknacks, and much more.  

Owners Bill and Dot Calderwood are excited about this opportunity to bring another small, locally owned business to the Bibb County community. The ribbon cutting will be held on March 1 (time to be determined), and the community is invited to attend and celebrate alongside everyone.  

Dot Calderwood shared with the Press that the meaning behind their chosen name for the business of Once Again came from the phrase, “once again God has blessed us.” She continued the phrase, saying, “and once again we re-use these used items.”  

Speaking of the building, she said, “The building has a great history. It’s been empty for so many years, and we’re happy to restore it.”  

Vendors will rent out spaces within Once Again to sell these vintage, collectible, and once used items. Dot gave credit to God, who she said sent all the current vendors so far their way without them even having to advertise. What a blessing!  

Be sure to stop by on March 1 to check everything out – and welcome, Once Again!