Due to the growing health concerns from Coronavirus; Nettie Jarvis Antiques, Olde Sugar Valley County Store, Miss Merrifield’s Tea Room (any scheduled event tea parties) and the Olde Bloomfield Meeting Hall are closed until further notice.
It is a historic time, and life is turned upside down for so many. We hope to see you all again soon.
Until then please stay safe and healthy.
For private bookings call 502-252-9647
*If there is a private party booked, we are not open to the public during that specific time.
Please call (502) 252-8411 to confirm before coming.
The Stoker and Finn Building, an elaborately constructed two story commercial building from 1895, was once the home of A.C. Kolb Groceries. The Ash-Garmer Company (one of the state’s largest and finest clothiers and dealers in gents’ furnishing goods, shoes, hats, trunks and valises), a barber shop, an appliance store, a millinery shop, a teen center, a laundromat, and a church sponsored activities center.
Purchased by Linda and Jerry Bruckheimer in 1998, this building was restored to its unique and historic original style. A photo exhibit and historic memorabilia from Bloomfield’s past line the walls of The Olde Bloomfield Meeting Hall. It is now a family-style recreation center where children and their parents can bowl, roller-skate, and play pool, pinball, and video games. It is commonly rented for special occasions such as birthday parties, wedding receptions and high school reunions.