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Hidden gems of Thiensville: Glaze!

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Thiensville is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisc. with a population of 3,150. Although what some people might not realize is that Thiensville is filled with small businesses with intriguing stories and interesting backgrounds — this series will cover such hidden gems nestled in this quaint town.

Week three:  This week features an interview with Kristina and Phil Eckert. The couple opened up their business, Glaze, first in Cedarburg and then moved to Thiensville. Not only can you go to Glaze to paint pottery and blow glass, but indulge in their crisp toast and delicious ice-cream.

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Hidden gems of Thiensville: Glaze!