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ST. JOHNSBURY — Heart Space Yoga and Movement Center founder and owner, Andrea Thibaudeau, was named the St. Johnsbury business person of the year by online small business site, Alignable.

Are you a black sheep, someone who stands out in a crowd in a cool and contemporary way? If you are or desire to be, you’ll be happy to learn Black Sheep has reopened with a tightly curated collection including cheeky gifts with personality in The Temple On Main. Owner Betty Egan said, “We reopened October 2nd and it’s going really well. Barbara (Williams) and I had closed the previous space because of COVID and personal timing. Our Main St merchant friends all had a great summer and we felt the time was ripe to reopen when this location became available.” Black Sheep boutique with modern vintage clothing, accessories and gifts is on the first floor inside the lobby of the historic Masonic Temple building above the RIDE Indoor Cycling studio. Black Sheep boutique is open Friday through Sunday and offers online shopping through the website, www.blacksheepnh.com. Visit Black Sheep at 137 Main Street in The Temple On Main in Littleton.