Simply walking into the color-bursting and toy-filled store ignites your inner child! The shelves are packed with games and activities of all kinds you just want to pick up and test out. Which we did, naturally. We raced push toys, talked about rubber chickens flying across kitchens, smushed clay, pulled train whistles and hugged stuffed animals.
Shop Owner, Suzanne Hemingway, is passionate about finding ways for all ages and all skill levels to enjoy play. She’s encouraged that hobbies like model railroading can be a link to inclusiveness of children and adults across the autism spectrum and other mental challenges. The toys, science projects, games and train building found throughout her store speak to this inclusiveness and remind us that learning happens in so many ways.
Tiny Tim’s inspires “unplugged” time away from screens. Model railroaders will find a train selection that is out of this world; and their Trainmaster, Russell Youens, can help answer questions from beginners to pros. Families and kids looking for better, hands-on activities need look no further than this shop. Puzzles, models, memory builders, train sets and even “silly fun” bring generations of players together – even at the store.As the holidays are upon us, our Hanover Chamber visitors (Michelle Herbert, Melissa Miller, Amanda Porch, Marianne Powell), encourages you to consider buying local this year. And we hope you enjoy watching the video as much as we enjoyed creating it. Thanks again to Tiny Tim’s Trains & Toys for giving us a tour. All aboard!
*Watch the video on our YouTube Chanel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ghHND9_ABc&feature=youtu.be