Jackson's Toy House announces it's closing shop after 67 years

Posted at 10:30 AM, Nov 21, 2016

Jackson's Toy House and Baby Too announced to customers on its website Monday morning that it is closing shop after 67 years in business.

In the online announcement, the Toy House cites changes in the toy industry, local economy and competition as reasons behind the decision.

The Wrzesinski and Conley families go on to thank the community for decades of support and says this is a hard time for everyone, especially Toy House staff and families.

The Toy House's "Going-Out-Of-Business" sale will begin Black Friday, November 25th. Everything in the store will be 20% off. The shop will be open through the Christmas holiday, according to the online message.

If you have layaway items, you're told to make arrangements to pick those up by Saturday, December 17th, otherwise they will be put back on the shelf.

Gift certificates need to be used as soon as possible.

We are working to get more information on this developing story.