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A Likely Story Bookstore

7566 Main Street #113
Sykesville, MD 21784-7392
Tel: 410.795.1718
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A Likely Story Bookstore
Opening Hours:
Sunday: Noon to 4PM
Monday, Tuesday, and Saturday: 10AM to 5PM
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 10AM to 7PM

The Greenberg Building, originally called The Arcade Building, was designed and built by J. H. Fowble for Wade H. D. Warfield about 1907. Typically, an arcade building had a wide center corridor with stores on both sides.  Until at least the late 1940s, the Arcade Building had a two-story, open walkway from Main Street to the back entrance. For many years, the third floor had a skylight to provide interior illumination. The skylight was covered before 1935. You can still see the open areas where the glass windows once were, between the children’s section and main area of our bookstore.


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