Attic Treasures:
Is located on the bottom and second floor in the Shoppes at the Red Brick Church. The main portion of the floor will be more of a free flowing crafting area. OUR Focus is on new and handmade items and do a few consignment and antiques.


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Shoppes at the Red  Brick Church.

Hours of Operations:

Attic Treasures
Mon - Sat:
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
12:30 am - 5:00 pm

M, Tu, Th:
3:30 am - 6:00 pm
3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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Attic Treasures is closed on Holidays.

Hours for The PIT and Frankie's Fun Center are subject to change.

Shoppes at the Red Brick Church

Shoppes at the Red Brich Church

Attic Treasures:

Attic Treasures opened in the summer of 2010 and contains a collection of vendor booths filled with antiques, collectibles, crafts and unique gifts. Each item featured is meant to be unique and special. Come and visit us and see the antiques and crafts we have available from our many vendors. As a gift or a decoration for your home, one or more of our treasures can be the perfect compliment for those gifts you just can't find anywhere else!


The PIT - Pizza, Ice Cream, and Treats - debuted at the August 2009 Fine Arts Fair. Located in the lower level, The PIT serves Picadilly pizza, ice cream, hot dogs, chicken bites, popcorn, pretzels, nachos, candy and more. The PIT is a cool place to have a birthday party, a sport's team party, or any variety of get-togethers! The PIT is also a great place to come and hang out with friends, grab a snack and play a few games.

Party room is available to rent for parties, showers and meetings.

Hours vary by season.


Frankie's Fun Center

Located right next to The PIT in the lower level, Frankie's Fun Center is a collection of arcade games, pool tables and air hockey. Frankie's Fun Center is designed to provide something to do before or after you to sit and relax with friends while enjoying food from The PIT. Groups can come and enjoy popular games like Guitar Hero and Deer Hunter among many others!

Banzai Balloons

Banzai Balloons & Novelties opened in January of 2008. Use Banzai Balloons & Novelties to send someone a cheerful bouquet of balloons. After all, they cost less and last longer than flowers. Banzai Balloons & Novelties offer a huge selection of mylar balloons.  Delivery is available with a minimum purchase, and we also provide FREE delivery in Washington. Come by and see our new location in The PIT.

The Enclave

The Enclave is a lovely church sanctuary available to rent for weddings.   The Enclave is an excellent choice for couples that are not affiliated to a church but wish to have an intimate traditional wedding. The building architectures lends itself to beautiful wedding pictures. We also rent the room out for meetings.

Akemi Amusements

Akemi Amusements moved from 110 N. Main Street in East Peoria, IL to this location in January of 2008. Akemi Amusements sells Bison Basketball Systems as well as pool and spa chemicals and supplies. Additionally, Akemi Amusements provides free water testing for pools and spas. Our office is located inside Attic Treasures.

History of The Shoppes at the Red Brick Church

Washington, IL was settled in 1825 by Wm. Holland from North Carolina. The town was known as Holland's Grove until 1832 when it formally became Washington. Four years previous to the towns renaming, a circuit rider by the name of Jesse Walker came to Holland's Grove and ultimately constructed a grand church located on what would eventually become the corner of Walnut and South Elm Streets.

As the country struggled to get back on its feet after the Civil War, a larger church was built at the corner of Walnut and South Elm Streets in 1870. It was a massive structure, measuring 65 feet to the top of the bell tower, which was 50 feet wide.

In the latter part of 1925, a new church was constructed where the church of 1870 stood. April of 1928 saw the church, now known as the Washington Methodist Episcopal Church, celebrating its centennial anniversary. Following the lean years of the depression, the town of Washington as well as the church experienced expansion. Beginning in the 1950's, the church experienced two decades of growing attendance. The basement annex was added, as well as an addition to the upper part of the building.

1956 saw the church change from the Washington Methodist Episcopal Church to Washington Methodist Church. Another change came in 1968 with the name Washington United Methodist Church. Major expansion and remodeling took place in the 1960’s and 1970’s - The Educational Building was dedicated and significant improvements and additions were made to the church. Church attendance continued to grow until the congregation made the decision to move from Elm Street church to their present location at the corner of North Main Street and Bypass Route 24.

Taken from History of Crossroads UMC:

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BBB member since 2003.

Washington Chamber of Commerce member since 2010.

Peoria Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau member since 2010.

Washington Specialty Shops member since 2010.